Having mini stitch journals to quickly plan out your tasks is a very simple, fun, and effective way to organize properly. I dedicated one stitch journal to a specific topic that way I can go into depth with the goals I set.
Often times we use one universal planner to set our entire goals. This may not be productive to do because the goals you set may be too broad as you aren’t able to focus exclusively on one. Instead, try purchasing mini journals that may you are more likely to use all the pages and feel less overwhelmed.ll
All my stitch journals were purchased at Michael’s Art’s & Craft’s Store for $2 each! There were many stylish front covers to choose from with different layouts inside.
Below I’ll share some fun ideas on how you can use these stitch journals:
- Searching through Pinterest may lead you to discover fun DIY’s you’re eager to try, try noting some to create, make a list of all the art’s and craft’s project you want to make for the month
- List your favorite DIY supplies
- Create an artistic wish-list of things you want to try/buy
For the paint-stroke journal, I record all my art plans and blog ideas. I like to plan out each blog post with a breakdown of how I will create it from planning, filming, editing, and posting. To add, I love creating my own DIY projects within these journals as well with the latest supplies I’ve purchased!
- Write down all your goals for the school semester from overall mark, studying habits, or challenging yourself to learn a new course
- Set a fixed schedule with all your courses included to do your homework
I love to use this journal to plan out the work I have to do for the rest of the week by creating a schedule tailored for that specific week. I also like writing some academic goals like choosing to book appointments with my professor or to earn a certain mark on an assignment.
- Fitness goals and workout routines to try
- Motivational quotes
- Productive morning/night routines to start doing
I love use this journal to set my own personal goals which includes fitness, creative, mental, and bucket list goals. The goals I set are usually simple but effective to making my days more manageable.
The journals I have came with two different layouts: lines & dotted
Let me know what your thoughts are? Do journals help you to organize your creativity and goals?
Thank you for reading,