“At first, I thought you and the others were gods. Then I realized you’re just men. And I know men. You think I’m scared of death? I’ve done it a million times. I’m fucking great at it. How many times have you died? Because if you don’t help me… I’ll kill you.”
Hey everyone! It’s been a while since I did an update on my bullet journal. In December 2015 I bought a Midori Traveler’s Notebook and since the beginning of the year I’ve been using that as my bullet journal! I’ve used it for a few months now so I can show you some actual pictures (16!) haha. Enjoy!
So this is what it looks like when it’s closed. It’s a blue leather cover and it’s absolutely beautiful!
When you open it, this is what you see. I have a zipper pouch insert in the front, where I keep some sticky notes and paper clips just in case. Behind that, you can see my monthly insert for 2016.
And this is what that looks like! I use a magnetic clip to keep the pages together that I dont use (I usually put it in the middle but now you can see what I wrote there lol). I really like having a seperate notebook with monthly overviews that are already pre-dated!
So when you close the monthly diary, I have a kraft folder where I put some loose papers and to do lists. This one is folded around the notebook on the right, which is my actual bullet journal.
The first page is supposed to be an index but I haven’t used that yet so it’s still empty :’) I’ve used these pages to write down important dates for school, concerts and stuff like that. I just copied the year schedule with its color coding.
‘Women making fishing nets in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam, preparing for the annual flooding of the river, when they can catch fish and shrimp.‘
photograph by: Tuyet Trinh Do, Fishing net marking in Mekong Delta, Vietnam, 2012
‘Fishing village of Vinh Hy, Vietnam. I knew their husbands fished for a living, It’s a typical
image that everyone visiting the village would see. It expresses the
life of the villagers, [as though they are] drifting in the ocean.’
photograph by Quang Tran, National Geographic Your Shot