I didn’t take a break from bullet journaling, but I didn’t do any artsy spreads and such recently. In the past few weeks I felt a surge of energy and inspiration go through me and… More
Hiho guys, it is time for another 1000 questions to ask yourself -post. If I continue doing them as rarely as I do right now and if I keep being so slow and all, we won’t be done until 2222….
So grab a cup of tea or coffee and cozy up, time to answer some questions again!
We may be well into November but it is not too late to show you guys my November bullet journal spread – it’s my birthday month, so I went all out. This is one of the most elaborate spreads I have done so far.
November’s spread is kept floral with pearls and gold accents on black, paired with pink. So a rather elegant and classy spread.
Let’s have a closer look…
Trick or Treat,
Give me something good to eat.
Give me candy, give me cake,
Give me something sweet to take.
Our family just absolutely loves Halloween, we are huge horror fans, so it kinda figures that we thoroughly enjoy this part of the year. The kids love the costumes, they love anything creepy and well, then there’s candy, so it’s a no-brainer regarding them as well.
The love for Halloween runs deeply and for the past few weeks it’s been tested to the limits as well.
“Is it Halloween yet?”
“When is Halloween?”
“Can we go Trick or Treat right now…?”
These and similar questions haunted me for months and weeks leading up to the 31st of October.
I can’t believe October is almost over already, like, where did the time go? This month was full and hectic, family gatherings, new kitchen appliances were delivered, we had a conference at school, then there was fall break and time just flew by without me even noticing. On top of everything, I am ridiculously tired, exhausted and right about now, hibernation sounds like a really great idea.
I wanted to post my bullet journal spreads for October a while ago, but never came around to it, so here goes.
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