Bullet journal Ideas

This years Resolution was to be organized… maybe too organized?

I dont think there is such a thing is too organized… Here is a list i have compiled of different Bullet Journal ideas, use them all or use a little! either way this can def help you assess your life and prioritize important things such as doodling haha!

What Bullet Journal Do i use?  Leuchtturm1917 Dotted pages

Scroll to the bottom to see other Bullet Journals on the market today

The Basic’s

Weekly Spread

Monthly Spread

To do list week/ month / year

Yearly Goals

Future Year list important days to remember throughout the year such as concerts, vacation, important events (i.e weddings, showers)

Grocery List

Meal Planning

Health and Wellness

Weight Loss Tracker

Habit Tracker

Exercise Tracker

Period Tracker

OPK Tracker

Pregnancy Tracker

Symptom Tracker

Disease/condition tracker (ie Diabetes ect.)

Beauty Routine

Hair Care Routine

Sleep Log

Dream Log

Fit Bit Tracker

Hiking Tracker

Mood Tracker

Parenting pages

Children Schedule

Lunch Tracker

Homework Tracker

Music Lesson Schedule

sports Schedule

Milestone tracker

Child Habit Tracker

Doctor Visit Tracker

Due Date Tracker

Labour And Delivery list

Baby Name list

Baby shower ideas

Collections

(Collections are a list that are all base on the same theme)

Book List

Movie Tracker

Birthday List

Wish List

Special Quotes

Bible Verses

Tv shows Watched

Netflix watched

Monthly Favourites

Sticker Collection

Address Phone Numbers

Lifestyle

Zone Cleaning

Recipes

Travel Plans

Travel bucket list

life bucket list

De clutter your life

30 items in 30 days list

Gratitude Journal

Favorite. Memories Log

Lessons Learned

Write some poetry

Dream wedding inspiration page

Engagement party inspiration page

bridal shower inspiration page

Wedding list

honey do list

Party games to remember

Wedding Registry list

Home Management

Zone Cleaning

honeymoon list

Meal planning

Room decor inspiration

Money

Monthly Budget Tracker

Utilities tracker

income growth

Saving tracker

Buying and Selling list

Car Payment Tracker & Car Care

Water plant Tracker

Pet Tracker

Dog tracker

Cat Tracker

Illness Tracker

weather tracker

Temperature Tracker

Travel

Travel Destination Tracker

Travel Wish list

Packing List

Cities to visit

Arts & Crafts

Doodle Page

Quote Wall

Paint page

Sewing Project  Tracker

Crochet  / knit tracker

Craft Tracker

Social Media & Blogging

Blogging Ideas

Blogging Schedule

Youtube Ideas

Youtube Schedule

Instagram tracker

Twitter tracker / schedule


Other Notebooks Great for Bullet Journals

BondiBook

North Books

Miliko Transparent Cover

Miquel Rius

Moleskine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hobbies keep students Happy, Healthy and Productive

Hobbies bring countless benefits to children, teens, and their parents — and not just because they keep kids busy and out of trouble. Rather, hobbies enrich children’s lives in deep, lasting ways, from improved self-image to improved grades. Don’t believe it? Here are a few ways that a hobby can keep your children happy, healthy, and productive.
Hobbies promote:
     Goal-setting skills: If they want to be successful in their hobby, it’s up to your kids to set goals for growth. This is a stark contrast from school which uses deadlines and grades to keep students on track. When they’re the commander of their own ship, kids will develop goal-setting skills that they can take into school and beyond.
     Problem-solving skills: A child learning and growing in a hobby will inevitably face challenges. And since hobbies are a self-directed activity, they’ll be in charge of finding ways to overcome the obstacles in their path. By finding creative solutions on their own, kids will develop valuable problem-solving skills.
     Self-expression: As schools are feeling the pressure of standardized testing and budget constraints, creative programs like art, music, and even science are being cut from curricula in favor of focus on reading and mathematics. Since it’s becoming harder for students to find opportunities for self-expression in school, it’s more important than ever for kids to have extracurricular hobbies that let them explore their interests and develop their unique personalities.
     Confidence: Hobbies give children something they’re good at, even if they’re struggling with school or other responsibilities. Having an outlet that provides a sense of accomplishment can be an incredible confidence builder. With luck, that self-assurance will translate into improved performance in the classroom.
     Friendship: What better way to bond than over shared interests? Hobbies are a great way for kids to make friends that last beyond the school year. And when kids make friends through positive activities, they’re less likely to end up a troublesome social circle.
     Stress relief: If you’re an adult reading this, you’re probably wondering how kids could possibly need stress relief. But even if the problems of youth seem trivial to you now, they can seem like the world to an adolescent who is actively coping with them. By offering something fun, relaxing, and rewarding to look forward to at the end of the day, hobbies can boost mental health in kids and teens.
Now that you know all the great things that a hobby can do for your children’s growth, you’re probably wondering how you can lead your kids to a hobby they’ll love.
If your child has shown interest in a particular topic, say astronomy or baking, consider ways to turn that interest into a lasting activity. A budding baker could explore new recipes and start selling baked goods to raise money, while a love of the stars could become a hobby of learning constellations and building a DIY telescope. If budget is a concern, work with your children to brainstorm ways they can raise money to buy supplies.
Some kids may immediately gravitate toward one activity and stick with it for years, while others might dabble in countless hobbies before finding one that clicks. No matter the situation, offer nonjudgmental support to children’s interests as they arise. If you can, look for ways to relate to their hobby — working alongside your child and getting involved in their interests is a wonderful way to strengthen the parent-child bond.
Whatever you do, don’t force children into hobbies they’re not passionate about. If you push your children into activities they don’t enjoy, it could attach negative emotions to hobbies in general and make it harder to find something they do want to commit to. Be careful to not overschedule your kids’ time: The ideal hobby is one a child pursues of his or her own volition, and it’s still important for kids to have unstructured downtime.
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