Journal Set Up Ft. Mori Notes Pursebook
Hey, guys! Back with another planner post, but this time I'm showing you my 2018 journal! [Well, my journal for now. You know how quick my mind changes sometimes. I might end up changing my journal set-up after a while.]
This actually feels good quality! And I like how small it is, making it easy to carry around. It's even a tad smaller in height than my Mini Happy Planner. I have here the 5x7 version, but there's also an even smaller 4x6.
It comes with four notebooks, and each has a motivational quote on the cover.
It's not the smoothest paper, though, and that's kind of important to me because I do a lot of brush lettering in here, and I don't want my brush pens to fray easily. I do have a calligraphy pad, but it's too tall for the cover.
Also, although this paper does not feel thin when you touch it, the level of ghosting/show through on this is quite high. My writing always shows up [quite heavily] on the back side of the paper (you'll see this in the video). You will even be able to see what's written on the next page.
|Savings tracker based off Peso Sense's Shade-and-Save Ipon Challenge - Cross one box off per one piece of denomination saved|
|Strip-style bills tracker - Color in box after paying bill for the corresponding month|
|The good ol' bookshelf reading tracker - Color in one book per book read and write the title in the spine|
|Filmstrip movie tracker - Fill in one box with title of movie watched (will use this only for 'special' movies because if I write all, I'd need way more pages!)|
|Travel log - For every place visited, draw a circle (or anything, really!) and write inside it the location and date of travel. On the side, write other relevant info like flight details or a short to-pack checklist, etc. If the page can still accommodate, tape printed photos from your trip as well!|
|TV show (per episode) tracker - For every episode of a show watched, color in corresponding box.|
|[Very simple] wishlist - Write in random areas and style the things you want to buy for yourself this year. Then once bought, draw a cloud/highlight around the text.|
|Gratitude log - List one or two lines per day of something you are grateful for that happened that day.|
The second notebook is allotted for my doodles and brush lettering practice.