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Imagine a blank notebook. Just imagine it. Now imagine what could be written in that notebook. So many endless possibilities. Luckily, I have gathered 8 of my most fun and creative ways to get those notebooks from naked to clothed.
If you are feeling overwhelmed with all your new notebooks then this is the perfect post for you. I know when it was back to school time, I would go to Staples and buy a ton of notebooks. How could you not when they were 10 cents?
So get those notebooks, your creative side and let’s go.
Do not forget your supplies– Top stationery supplies you should own
Top 8 Ways to Fill A Blank Notebook
It is your journal so make it as creative as you want. The possibilities are endless
Related post- Need help in Journaling? Rebekka has a great post over at RLS Photogenic
There are all kinds of journals as I previously mentioned.
- Bullet journal
- Journal of your daily life (usually kept as a teenager
- Prompt journal
One of the most popular is a gratitude journal. This is a journal where you write what you are grateful for.
I love these. It is something that is great to have when you are feeling depressed. Just look at your notebook and see a reminder of why you should keep fighting.
I do have a post on a Positivity Tree which is almost the same except this is a sheet of paper or even real branches with paper leaves. Where you write what you are grateful for. It is a way to have it always on display. You can read that here (comes with a printable)
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I personally love to keep to do list when I need to do something that is important. I even have a list of what I need to do with my blog each week
All kinds of ideas. You can write down things for your blog, YouTube or other ideas that you have.
If you are into drawing, lettering or anything of that kind then a notebook would be great. They make specific notebooks for making art. These notebooks have blank sheets of paper that are thicker so your markers will not seep through.
You don’t need to be a perfect artist to have an art book. It is a common misconception. The point is to have fun and learn how to do things
You can make a whole notebook for traveling. A section dedicated to each place you wish to travel to or been.
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of paper should you use?
How often should I journal?
What do I do when I fill my notebook?
If it is a notebook for to do list or random notes that you don’t really need in the future or want to look back on, then it is ok to recycle it
A good idea is to keep a notebook with you all the time that way you can jot down anything that comes to mind. Also, keep one by your bed. I know when I am getting to sleep is when my brain goes insane.
Of course, you can use a notebook app on your phone or tablet. I prefer actual paper since I am old school and love the feeling of writing. Not to mention, if you don’t save something on your phone or it breaks then you lose what you created forever.
What are some fun ways you use your notebook for?
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