I hope you all had an incredible weekend and for all of those from Europe and Australia I hope you had a fun Eurovision!
This weekend was jammed packed with some pretty fun and exciting things. I had a lovely dinner for my mums birthday at Mr Miyagi, if anyone lives or visits Melbourne be sure to have dinner there, the food is absolutely to die for. The highlights were definitely the Nori Tacos and bao pork buns.
To the left is the soft shell crab nori taco and to the right are the beautiful steamed pork buns.
I know before I disappeared from the blogverse I promised that I would make a post exploring what was inside my journal during the month of April… Well fast forward to May and I’m finally going to do that.
No months complete in my journal without the use of my weekly and daily spreads, I honestly wouldn’t know what to do without them. I love that they offer me the flexibility to utilize the page in a way that’s practical for my own personal use. I know when I began this system of organisation I was extremely overwhelmed by the endless possibilities of what I could put on my page, at the beginning I tried to cram as much into my daily spreads as I could but I have now learnt that less is definitely more.
This month my weeklies are made simple, clean and minimal. I have 4 separate boxes that explore my weekly goals, checklist, exercise plan and tasks during the 7 days of the week. This hands down is the most practical and efficient spread I use.
The last thing to feature repetitively so far in May are checklists. Can I just start by saying I love checklists, I’m a checklist junkie. There is just something so incredibly satisfying when you are finally able to mark something off your list. So far this month, I have made checklists for almost everything, ranging from assessments and uni tasks, shopping lists, holiday planner and even what I’m selling on the app Carousell.
I recently just uploaded a blog post containing a minimal, clean and simple printable, you can check it out here
If there is anything you’d like to see next, please feel free to send me a message or email.
I love you all!