How have you all been? I know it is been an awful long time since my last blog post.
April has been an incredibly busy and full on month, I completed my teaching placement and had an abundance of assessments to catch up on. I was also lucky enough to go see Matt Corby in concert earlier this month and all I have to say is if you ever get the chance to see him, make sure you go! He was absolutely phenomenal. 😀
I am glad to be back and blogging again, I have a lot of fun and interesting posts planned for the near future so make sure you keep an eye on them.
*cough* super cool giveaway and etsy sticker shop *cough*
Over on my Instagram I recently re-uploaded a picture of a checklist that I added in my bullet journal and I got a lot of positive feedback and many found it super helpful so I thought that i’d create a fun, simple and clean printable version of this checklist for you all to use.
To download the printable, click the link below:
All printables are saved as PDF’s which you can then download and print to your desired sheet size.
You can change your sheet size in the customization options when you go to print your layouts. If you have any questions regarding printing please send across a message and I will be more than happy to help.
Checklists are one of my all time favourite lists and organisational tools I like to use in my bullet journal and planners, I honestly dont know where I’d be without them. I use checklists to keep on top of home tasks, school assessments, day to day duties and basically anything else I can write down and put on a list.
I hope you enjoy this printable just as much as I do and that it helps you keep on top of everything you have to do. If you decide to do it, make sure you tag me on instagram so I can see.
I’ll be back soon with some more exciting blog posts very soon! Stay Tuned. 😀
PS. Doesn’t my cat Milo have the most beautiful eyes?