One year and 14 days. 🙂

Is it too soon to start setting up my next #BuJo ?!

My next one will be a #nuuna notebook. Again I find myself torn between: Love how fountainpens write in a #Leuchtturm1917 but also love the look and feel of the more sturdy paper in a Nuuna (but not how ink is feathering there...)

@Julia_Schmeer so far I had to start a new bujo twice a year, so I obviously can't advise on if it's too early for you to set up the next one. XD

@Anke twice a year means MORE PRETTY LEUCHTTURMS 😍 I support this!

I really put a lot on one page - full pages tend to look like handwritten pages of a novel or something like that...
Do you use more empty space or just have more collections than me?

Follow

@Julia_Schmeer probably more empty space - I like being able to tell where one day ends and the next starts.
In the past, for a while I tried a fixed layout with half a page per day, but I dropped that.

As to Collections, the one I started this month has 4 double page spreads of Future Log, 2 of long-term trackers, and 6 of other collections before the calendar page starts. I don't have access to previous journals right now.

@Anke Yes! That is a good point - having the old journals around or not. I used to look at some old collections, but I want to completely drop that habit with my next one
I only mark new daily logs by leaving one line. I used to underline the date, but having that blank space is enough visual order for me.
But since my new book has un-dotted margins, I will most likely find myself with more empty space on my pages,which will be nice(my old nuuna was much less crowded than my LT)

Sign in to participate in the conversation
Toot Planet

Welcome to the Planet! We're a small but unrestrictive community and customized Mastodon server.

We welcome anyone who wants to come join and whatever language you speak! Especially if you're a creative type, queer, a nerdy enthusiast of Something, you'll feel right at home, but we're proud to be a friendly and welcoming community.

We also have certain features that don't exist on most mastodon servers, such as being able to post to only other members of the Planet.

Toot Planet does not keep local image archives more than a year after posting. Don't use social media as a media archive!