NaNoWriMo Bullet Journal

NaNoWriMo Bullet Journal

Hi everyone, it’s Kara here from Boho Berry and I’m back with a brand new video for you all today. Last week I know I promised to come back with a recap of my mega planning weekend, and I still have that in store for you, however this video kind of took precedence. The main reason for that is that this video is all about NaNoWriMo, and for those of you that don’t know what NaNoWriMo is, you are in for a treat. If you’ve ever wanted to write a novel, write a book NaNoWriMo is for you. It is short for National Novel Writing Month, and I announced on my blog earlier last week that I’m actually going to be participating in my first ever NaNoWriMo this year. The gist of NaNoWriMo is that it’s a challenge, it takes place every November, and your goal is to write a 50,000 word novel, from scratch, throughout the month of November. So you start on November 1st and you have to submit your novel by the end of November at midnight on November 30th. And if you are able to do at least 50,000 words you win. And NaNoWriMo is something that I have thought about doing for several years now and I never really got around to it. I always said that I didn’t have enough time, and funny enough this year when I have a million things on my plate was the year that I was like “Hey, I’m gonna go for it, It’s now or never”. So I’m really excited to be doing NaNoWriMo this year and I’m excited to write some fiction. I haven’t really written a whole lot of fiction really since my high school years. I used to write a lot of short stories and poems and things along those lines, and I kind of lost that throughout the years and I’m excited to dive in and write a fiction novel. If you’re curious about how I’m getting started with NaNoWriMo, I’ll link you to last week’s blog post and then I’ll also have a companion blog post for this video out today, so definitely head to my blog to check those out. Today’s video is all about my NaNoWriMo bullet journal. Originally my plan was to just track my NaNoWriMo progress and do my NaNoWriMo planning within my current bullet journal. However, I soon realised that I was writing down a lot of information like resources, and plot ideas, and things along those lines, and that made me realise that I was going to run out of room in my bullet journal very very soon if I kept that up. So the idea was born to have a separate notebook for my NaNoWriMo planning and I have dubbed it a bullet journal because I’m actually using a lot of the bullet journal basic techniques in order to keep everything organised. So today I’m going to give you a quick overview of how I’m using this notebook to plan for NaNoWriMo, and I also have a special treat for you at the end, so stay tuned. So if we’re ready, let’s do it, let’s open her up. I started with my favourite, an A5 size Leuchtturm, in a dot grid. This is the Lime Green color and I’m kind of in love with it. I never really thought I would like this color, and kind of on a whim I was like: “You know what, I want something different, I want something bright” so I went with this Lime Green and I love it so much! Okay, so let’s open her up and I’ll show you the inside. So on the very first page you’ll see that I have this set up in true bullet journal style, I have my index at the front and I’ve decided to use a little color code as well. So green is for world building, purple is for plot orange is for characters, light blue is for titles, and pink is for my general planning pages. So I have all of these color coded here and then they are also color coded throughout the book. You’ll see when I turn the pages here a little bit you can see my color codes on the edges of the pages. My idea here is that I’ll be able to easily flip to, if I’m trying to do some character development I know I can flip to my orange pages and get some ideas on whatever I’m working on. So we turn in, I’ve got our index here, and then I did a little cover page. I’m planning on doing some little doodles and decorating this a little bit more, but I just wanted to have a little cover page here. And then my very first spread is my Preptober checklist: and Preptober is what a lot of NaNoWriMo participants call the month of October because a lot of people, me included, like to have a really solid plan when you head in to actually writing on November 1st. So my plan in October is to have my plot outlined, have all my characters at least mostly developed, and do some world building as well, so I wanna have a general idea of my story, how I want everything to go. That way when November 1st comes I can hit the ground running. Now in the NaNoWriMo world there are planners like me, and then there are pantsters, and pantsters are the people that fly by the seat of their pants. On November 1st they might have a general idea of what they’re gonna write but they don’t have an outline done or anything like that, they just hit the ground running and start writing. And if you are one of those people, kudos to you, I wish I was that way. Unfortunately, the way my mind works I would freak out and just freeze and not be able to write anything. So having a general idea and a plan in my head for me is the way to go. So on the left hand side here I have my checklist for the month of October I’m doing pretty well on it. And then throughout this you’re gonna see quite a few resources that I’ve pulled off the internet, different blog posts that I’ve loved, and things like that. And this is one of them, this is one of my very favourite resources for novel writing, especially in the month of November. It’s from and she has a NaNoWriMo outline, and the idea here is, in these pre-stages these are what you’re going to do in the month of October: you’re going to get your idea for your story, chart your characters, and then describe your plot. So you have a general idea and then outline everything. And then based on this story structure if you write 1,667 words per day, which comes out to 50,000 words at the end of the month, and you write 1667 words on each of these topics, you’ll have a rough draft of your novel. So I’m not sure if I’m gonna follow this per se, but it was a pretty cool layout and a pretty cool idea, so I decided to throw it in my bullet journal for future reference. After that I have my two monthly logs. This is another nod to the bullet journal system, and I have one for October and one for November. So this is basically my prep month – Preptober. So I decided to kinda color code this as well with tasks and events for NaNoWriMo, with my work schedule and my personal schedule as well. The idea here is that I’ll be able to kind of see what I have going on during both of those months and be able to plan around that. So in November I have a lot going on personally: I’m going to be doing some travelling, and there’s a couple of birthdays in there, and of course Thanksgiving so there’s going to be some days when I’m not going to be getting a whole lot of writing done So my plan was to have this at-a-glance so that I can see when I need to write more, when I can afford to write less, and try to plan everything out so that I can hit that 50,000 goal at the end of the month. After that, I have some ideas for titles, and you’ll notice some of these I have some little sheets washi taped over. That is just because they are complete spoilers for my book, and I don’t want to leak any of that out before anything is written. I have some title ideas, I have some plot ideas, different plot twists Then I have a list of character names. And basically what I’ve done here is I’ve gone online or thought through my memory of different names that I love and I’ve just written them down – male and female and some surnames. And then I’ve started combining them into some of my favourite combos And I have this blocked out as well because quite a few of these ended up becoming characters for my novel so I don’t wanna spill those beans quite yet either! And then after that I have some character archetypes. I got this from another website, up here, it’s And she has a great breakdown of some different character archetypes, so we have heroes, heroines, and villains. So I just wrote a short synopsis from her website of each of the different archetypes so I have those for future reference later. And then after that this is from, I loved this little list she had of 33 ways to write stronger characters. So I decided to include that within my journal as well. And then after that I went on to personality types, and for personality types I like to use the Myers Briggs assessment, or MBTI. And I love this because I can quickly see at a glance each of the different 16 personality types, what their main characteristics are. And I got these brief descriptions from a website called And on that site you can actually take a test for whatever your personality type is, so you go on there and take a test and it’ll let you know what your personality type is from the Myers Briggs, and it’s really cool to get those insights. And every time I’ve taken this test for the most part I get INFJ, every once in a while when I take it I get INFP so I feel like I’m kind of inbetween those, but I love it because once you know your characters, if you go onto this website and take the test from your characters’ perspective, you can get a lot more insight into your characters as they evolve, it’s really really cool, so I love that. And then this list here is again those 16 personalities, and I wish I had a reference for this it was just an image on Pinterest, and when I tried to find the source of the image I could not find it. But I copied it down, and I really liked it because it broke down each of the personalities and what their main characteristic is, and then a few of their different strengths and weaknesses. So I really liked having that in here as well After that I have a couple of pages for world building, I have some different settings where my story can take place. And then magics and sciences, so getting really into – because my novel is actually gonna be a sci-fi novel so it’s going to have more science than magic, but I really liked having a place to just jot down quick ideas for different ideas for sciences and magics that could occur in my story. After that I have some plot archetypes, so these are some typical plot themes that are found in books. I found this online as well in a variety of places and I kinda just summarised the seven different plot archetypes. And then I have a page on the right here for ‘What if’ questions. And I really like ‘What if’ questions, especially when you’re trying to think of different sciences and magics if you’re doing a fantasy or a sci-fi novel, I feel like those ‘What if’ questions really help you to kind of further everything. So I have a couple here. I decided not to blank them out because they don’t directly correspond with my current story, but I thought you might find them interesting. So ‘What if human souls could live on the internet?’ or ‘What if everyone has a visual expiration date?’ So any time a ‘What if’ question comes to my mind, I gonna jot it down here. And then after that I have my NaNoWriMo tracker. And if you saw my blog post last week then you will remember that I had a different kind of tracker setup, and that was this one that I created and printed and put in my Filofax, which P.S. I’m going to be moving into my Filofax at the beginning of next month. So the Plan With Me video this month is going to be all about me transitioning into my Filofax which is so exciting! But this is the original tracker that I came up with. It’s a little more in-depth I have my daily goal, my daily actual, words-to-date goal, words-to-date actual, and how many words to go. And then I have this setup to where I can just color it in and write in rewards for my milestones along the way While I really like that, I kind of got to thinking, and I was like “How can I make this different?” in my NaNoWriMo bullet journal?” And I decided that I wanted to do a line graph. So it’s kinda based on the line graph that exists on the NaNoWriMo website, which is I decided to do a line graph And when I set it up here on the left hand side I had all this room on the right, so I decided “What the hey, I’m gonna draw a bookcase” So I got to doodling in here and I decided to draw my little bookcase. And, lo and behold, when I finished it up the idea hit me like “Oh man, I should have done it to where each book was a day and I had 30 books on the shelf, and I have to color one in for each day that I write in November.” And once I did that I decided to count them and I realised that on these top four shelves there are exactly 30 books. So I think it was meant to be. So I decided to just color everything else in, leave those 30 books blank and then during the month of November I can color in a book for each day that I write. And then the way this line graph is going to work, you can see the faint mint line that goes up, and that goes up at a consistent pace, because your main goal is to write 1667 words per day. And then what I’m gonna do is draw a different line in a darker green, down here, and that is going to be the actual amount of words that I write, so that line is gonna be a little bit different than this main line. And for those of you curious, I colored this in with my Tombow Dual Brush pens. I really really love these pens because you can see I was able to color everything in and still, when I flip the page, you can’t see it on the other side. That is one of the reasons I absolutely love those markers, especially in the Leuchtturm notebooks there’s no bleed-through to the other side. So I highly recommend them if you’re doing something like that. And then, I belive this is my last page. Yep, this is character motivations, and I got this from She had a list of some different character motivations, and why you would want to give you characters motivations, and what motivations do to advance your story and things like that. So I really really liked that and I decided to throw that straight in. And that is it so far. I’m gonna have a lot more resources, a lot more planning pages in here as time goes on And one thing that I love about having this as a separate bullet journal is the fact that it’s gonna last me a lot longer – this is basically gonna be my writer’s journal, my writer’s bible, so any time I have ideas or resources or research, that’s all going to go in here. I have decided that I am going to be handwriting my novel. I know that sounds crazy, but I am going to be handwriting everything, so I’m actually gonna have a separate notebook in which I’m going to be handwriting my novel, so none of my actual writing is going to go in this journal. This is mainly for planning and reference and resources. Also I had posted a picture of this on Instagram earlier this week and y’all went gaga over it so I decided to turn it into a free printable for you all. So I actually have a couple of versions: a lot of people really liked the tracker itself, so I have the tracker with the bookshelf on the right hand side and this is printed on a regular 8.5×11 printer paper. So I have it set up to where you have this faint gray line as your goal, and then you can fill in your own color for your actual writing. And this will be available as a pdf so what’s great about that is you can resize it when you print it, so if you want to shrink it down to fit for example on the side of an A5 page you can absolutely do that. Another option is to just tape it in to your journal, as so. And then a lot of people wanted the bookshelf on its own, they thought it was really cute, which I agree, I think it’s adorable. So I did the bookshelf on its own and I did it nice and big to fit an 8.5×11 sheet of paper. The reason I did this is so that when you shrink it down it doesn’t lose any of its quality. So if you decide to download this one with just the bookshelf, remember you’re probably going to want to shrink it down so that it fits inside your A5 journal unless you have a larger journal and you want the larger size. Or maybe you just want to print it on a big piece of paper and color it in. Up to you. And as always, any of my free printables, they are always available in the Tribe Resource Library, which if you don’t know what that is, it’s a free resource library that all of my Tribe members have access to. To become a Tribe member you simply need to sign up for my email list, I’ll leave that link below for you as well and you’ll get a link and a password to access the resource library, and you’ll be able to log in and download not only this but any and all of my free printables that I have available for you all. So that is it y’all, I hope you enjoyed a tour of my NaNoWriMo Bullet Journal and I will look forward to seeing you all on Monday. Bye!

100 thoughts on “NaNoWriMo Bullet Journal

  1. Kara, You are such an inspiring person! When I just glanced this colour of notebook, I couldn't believe, because I bought the same some months ago and I also wasn't sure, whether I would like it – for first I've chosen the navy blue, but I decided to give the lemon one a chance, and it was really good decision πŸ™‚ I wanted to thank You for giving me so much motivation to finally get myself in and plan my life – thank to You I'm finally not lost in my life, I have all my duties set up on a different day and I'm so glad, because it works! Thank You for saving me <3

  2. A novel πŸ™‚ I began writing one a year ago – fantasy genre – and wrote the bulk of it by hand. Then I transcribed it onto a doc and began to edit. In between editing I researched every angle I could – lands, cultures, alchemy, calendars etc…am still researching! I ended up after editing with half of what I'd written, honing it down to 40k words and room for another 30k. And then I took a breather for 8 months! One of the hurdles I faced was how to publish it – submit it to publisher/s or do it myself online? But as I'm now into comic strip art I'm considering a graphic novel (I'm a visual artist by trade)…tried NaNoWriMo but didn't keep up with it – think it will defo suit a lot of new writers. All the best with your wordspinning πŸ™‚

  3. Great video! Best of luck to you during NaNoWriMo!! I wanted to suggest another source to you for character development. Consider using the Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM5). You can access it online. If any characters in your story have disorders (even depression or anxiety) the DSM gives lists of symptoms and character traits that can really add a depth of reality to your characters.

  4. Have you ever thought about designing a book to assist other people in things such as this? Like a template activity book so to speak? All these pages are so so well thought out and research and it's just so inspiring! Becoming an author is my #1 dream goal in life, and this sounds like such a good way to get truly engrossed in story writing! All your work is so beautiful and so filled with love and I am so happy and excited to see your videos and your planning methods.

  5. I am in so much awe of your organizational skills. I've been doing NaNo for many years. I'd say I'm halfway between a plotter and a pantser. This year I'm trying to beef up my novel prep so this video has been extremely helpful. I'm also working on just sticking to my bullet journal in general. I'll keep plugging away. Thanks for the endless supply of inspiration!. And good luck with NaNo! It's my favorite holiday and it lasts all month long! =)

  6. did all of your plans truly work for you? I mean, I always try to make them but in the middle of making i feels like it's useless, wasting money, time, and everything. but i need to organize my life too. omg please help me

  7. So about a month ago I joined both your newsletter/notifications and another who happens to be a writing coach. Her website is and I just felt like I should connect you two. I've been following her fb group too which is pretty inspiring. This was so well timed a video for me!

  8. This is a great video. I thought I was the only person crazy enough to handwrite a novel. I am unofficially doing nanowrimo this year for the first time. Good luck to you on your novel.

  9. What an amazing video! I really wanted to participate in NaNoWriMo this year, but I was so intimidated and stressed out about it because I didn't know how to organize what I was doing. I am a [casual] writer, but writing a novel in a whole month like the "pansters" do (as I believe you called them) is very off putting. When I first heard of NaNoWriMo, I was under the impression that you aren't supposed to plan it. However your video inspired me to participate and plan! In fact I am so inspired that I even ordered a notebook right after watching the video. Thank you! =)

  10. Love the bunch of resources you put together, this year's my first nanowrimo as well! can't wait for it, I'm prepping like crazy, my main concerns are food and human interactinos XD

  11. Oh if only this was in the December where it's an easier month for me than November when I have finals. Are there other writing challenges similar to this?

  12. I have so many ideas whirring around my head after watching this video. i love it. I have been considering how to set up my October/November writing and planning and writing, and I am doing mine in a a3 ring binder with some space in my personal filofax. Thank you for sharing :3

  13. I've always felt like I wasn't good enough/cared enough about planning to have a bullet journal for my daily life, but now thinking about NaNo this year & how I have soooo much to keep track of, I think making a journal just for it would be super beneficial. Thank you so much for making this video, it really inspired me πŸ™‚

  14. I am looking into doing a similar bullet journal in my filofax just like you and I want you to post more videos about it! I know you still have to get through your bullet journal but cant you just start the filofax now? I am so excited for it i cant wait!!!! πŸ™‚

  15. I finished NaNoWriMo handwriting the book twice, finishing in 17 and 18 days. A few tips – take a break when you know what's going to come next. Then you'll never have to deal with writer's block, staring at the page wondering what to write about because you'll already know. Stop to count your words on a fairly regular basis, and note the page and total counts in the corner. I count about every 5 pages, and never more than 10. It gives my brain a little reset and I'm able to write faster. I only write on one side of paper, which seems wasteful, but I'm always adding stuff in later and then there's space for it. I use bound notebooks to write in vs spirals because they stand up better. Re-outline if the story takes on a life of its own vs forcing yourself to stick to your original – you can circle back to where you want to end up and the crazy detours sometimes are the best parts of the book. And if I'm feeling a drought coming on – like in the evil middle, so much harder than beginnings and ends, don't give up if you hit 22K and think you'd rather have teeth pulled than write another word – I get up and go write someplace else. You'd be amazed how much you can get done if you take yourself out to lunch and write between bites. Writing outside is another perk of writing by hand.

  16. Your bullet journal is amazing!!! I'm so jealous. I have to do this for NaNoWriMo now! I hope you don't mind if I take inspiration from your journal format. ☺️

  17. This is a fantastic video! I had thought a lot about participating in NaNoWriMo but I was (and I am) a little bit scared, but your video gives me the right incentive. A new adventure and a new bullet journal? I simply cannot resist! ^^ So thank you and good luck for your NaNoWriMo! πŸ™‚ And also thanks for the "special treats!" I hope to put it to good use πŸ™‚

  18. If anyone's wondering I think this is the Pinterest photo she used! (it should be the first photo that comes up)

  19. You are so amazing. I'm definitely adopting the bullet journal method. I'm also going to try writing along with everyone this November, it's my first time too. Good luck, I looking forward to watching your other videos.

  20. I love the tracker you created! I think this year I'm going to take it easy and set myself a lower goal (maybe 10,000 words?). I think this year it's more important for me to actually finish my story instead of reaching a certain word count. Good luck with your writing!

  21. I've been watching NaNo Youtube vids for Preptober. I love this video Kara. You spoke clearly, at a good pace with interesting information. And your artistry is inspiring. Kudos to you! I've saved this to watch again!

  22. As soon as you said you were handwriting it, my jaw dropped. Literally dropped.
    I'm doing wrimo and as you may be able to tell, I am typing, so I just wanted to tip my hat to you and admire your bravery for handwriting the whole thing. Good luck to you.

  23. So inspiring. I love this video! Question though: tips for keeping track of word count goals while handwriting? I'd love to handwrite things for NaNo, but I find it super tedious to sit and count every single word by hand. :/

  24. Hi Kara, I'm an Italian girl and I really love your channel. Unfortunately, I don't understand all that you say, so could you paese explain me using clear words what nanowrimo exactly is? Sorry for my bad English and thanks a lot. Kisses from Italy.

  25. Thanks for making your free downloads available. I am definitely doing NaNoWriMo this year. I would love to use some of your free download on my journey but I am not able to. I signed up and requested access but I have not received a reply. Can you help me. Thanks again

  26. Okay, but, this is so beautiful. Oh my god. Your handwriting is so pretty and you're so organized. AND THERE AREN'T LINES. I need lines or things get hella messy.

  27. Wow those resources are awesome. I wanna check out she's (clever name too!) I love love love the 16 personalities site. Esp the part where they show pop culture characters and what types they are. Helped me out a lot to figure myself out and understand certain quirks of mine. I'm INFJ too (it's freaky how accurate it is!) and I tend to withdraw from people even though I also crave spending time with my close friends. Now I get it's just my recharge time I need. Anyways I think you'll do awesome in Nanowrimo, Kara, you've got such great resources here to use!

  28. OMG if you would do that journal for sale I would buy it right away, it looks so cool and organized, sadly I'm a college student and I don't have the time to be that detailed but I'm gonna download the pdf and check what you have, later on. Also will get some of your ideas cause I'm a planner πŸ™‚

  29. I wonder if it's a good idea to continue a novel that's already in the works for NaNoWriMo, mine has already 25000 words but Id really want to do some progress!

  30. I really wanna do nanowrimo, but the problem is that I am loaded with school work, since I have exams this month. I have been wanting to write a novel for very long and I had an idea for a novel, but I never got to really finish the whole idea. Not sure whether I should do it or not..

  31. I am doing NaNowrimo and its my first year as well. i'm trying to plan it in my bullet journal and hoping this video will help me.

  32. It's funny…I'm an artist and writer but I can't seem to get my bullet journals nice. I also do a strange mix of using a planner and my phone…I have entire sections of painting sketches and such but I rarely doodle in the writing parts lol always so fun to see.

  33. Great notebook. I am totally pantsing it this year. I have to get my notes together for my other scripts. But something told me to do something completely different. Writing had become a bit of a chore trying to force myself to outline. I think this will allow me to just let loose and have fun.

  34. Love this idea! This is not the November for me but maybe next year. It would be a cool storyline for your novel to be about a character writing a novel, and detailing the journal you used. An autobiography of sorts:)

  35. is the link to the myers briggs image you found on pinterest but couldn't find again

  36. I love this set up ! I love writing and want to publish drama books so this is going to help me brainstorm because I always start a story and never finish

  37. Oh my God, I think I barely have words to describe how much I have loved your video (and your notebook!). I like to use notebooks too to write down my ideas for my novels, divide them in sections and get all the information that I need right there. When Nanowrimo came, I couldn't find videos about the writer's notebook and I'm so glad to have found yours now, it doesn't even matter that is not November anymore. You've inspired me a lot to make my own "writing bible" (I have an independent notebook for each story). Thank you very much, I loved your notebook! Have a so very merry Christmas :D.

  38. Hey Kara. I have a question. Did u ever actually fill this notebook up? Since nanowrimo is over now, what are u going to do with this notebook? Thanks

  39. OMG!! Thank you so very much for doing this video. I'm just emerging from dealing with a severe tragedy and I feel ready to embrace life and my writing again and I was looking for some help and ideas and found this video. This is such a blessing! Thanks again!!

  40. Wow! You could totally publish your journal with blank pages. Personally, I'd never get the novel written if I did all that. But I would like to have it as a reference. I would never do all the details, but it would give me a place to scribble ideas and then put the best ones into Scrivener for later.

  41. By the way, are you telling us some things or asking us something that you don't know? Why do you end every sentence with a rising intonation?

  42. your dedication to this astounds me. i just had a note book for characters and setting, another for plotting chapter by chapter and a folder to put my printed out research in.

  43. This is a great idea! In 2015 I did NaNoWriMo "by the seat of my pants" and did well. In 2016, that method did not work for me. While I had a general idea of what I wanted to do, my schedule was completely out of whack so I could not finish it. I think I'll try this method, especially to see my schedule and write around it. THANKS FOR THE TIP!!!!

  44. Quick question: On the character motivations page, what is sideways word, second from the top?? It looks like nofle lol
    EDIT: nvm! I just realize it says noble lmao

  45. This is one of the best videos I have seen on this subject. I have participated in NaNoWriMo for three years now and really enjoy the challenge. I am a pantser and have "won" twice, but last year realized I needed more organization. I am now writing a series and trying to get a better handle on the plotting and planning techniques. I have a collection of notebooks and journals that desperately need consolidating. The bullet journal is perfect! Thanks for making this video and sharing.

  46. This is such a fantastic NaNoWriMo journal! I've been doing Camp NaNoWriMo but off the grid and I'm dying for a journal. This has definitely helped so thank you! πŸ˜€

  47. As someone who is currently planning a fantasy novel, I found this really useful! I've been looking at starting a bullet journal for my novel, and yours is my favourite example so far! Massive help!

  48. Excellent video! I've always wanted to participate but, as you mentioned, I've a million things to take care of too! This bullet journal can also work for anyone NOT participating in NaNoWriMo, I think! I'd love to be a WriMo but my job is far too time consuming, a bullet journal can help me spread my writing out beyond the one month, and the idea of starting/finishing a novel while working is making me all giddy!

  49. I somehow missed this last year. I was looking up NaNo prep videos and was like, "What?! Boho Berry has a video?!" Are you going to do NaNo this year?

  50. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I came over from Kristen Martin's video, and I must say this is a brilliant idea. Not just for NaNo, but for writing in general. This will be a lifesaver for me.

  51. I'm just getting into bullet journalling and you are my favourite bujoer! None of the other lovely youtubers (however fabulous) have captured my attention enough for me to go through every single upload like this channel. Now it all makes sense as I too, am an INFJ! Love the idea of nanowrimo (even though I'm in the UK?).. maybe next year ❀

  52. oh this is awesome!!!! also, thank u for adding subtitles, I have auditory processing issues and it helps a lot πŸ™‚

  53. Great Video, gave me some of the ideas i was looking, I have several half finished novels, and this year (2019) is time to finish them. thanks for the help

  54. Needless 2 say U luv what U do. Thats Y whatever U do, it is inspiring. Love watching UR videos. Wish everyone took their jos as seriously as U do. We would b living in a better world.

  55. So I'm three years in the future from when you posted this but I just have to say that I love love love the way you've combined writing and bullet journaling. I never thought about doing that until the other day but the videos I watched weren't really capturing me. I'm a writer AND an artist, so I need doodles and color and whatnot, and they just didn't have that stuff. YOU DO AND I LOVE IT. Thank you so much for sharing this, and thank you for all the wonderful resources as well! -A fellow INFJ/INFP

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