Category Archives: #BuJo Tips and Tricks

How to use Faber-Castell Gelatos in your Bullet Journal (without water)

How to use gelatos in your bullet journal

Do you love spreads that use lots of colour and watercolour, but hate bleeding, ghosting and buckling? Me too, but most notebooks are not set up to handle all the art we want to throw at them. It’s hard to fit hundreds of pages into a Bullet Journal when they’re made from thick artist paper. […]

Improve your hand lettering in your Bullet Journal (using the Polaroid Zip)

how to improve your hand lettering and calligraphy in your bullet journal using the polaroid zip mobile printer cover

Did art teachers tell you off for not being able to draw a straight line? What about geography teachers chastising you for not colouring within the lines? Maybe science teachers were appalled at your inability to draw to scale? Here’s something not many people know… I actually have a real artistic handicap and experienced all […]

How to use your Tombow Dual Brush Pens – 7 Techniques and Tutorials

how to use your Tombow dual Brush Pens 10 pack set pastel galaxy brights bullet journal new zealand 7 techniques and tricks tutorials

You’ve heard all about them in the Bullet Journal community. Available in 96 colours with flexible brush tip and fine tip in one marker, the Tombow Dual Brush tips are proving to have so many uses, people just can’t get enough of them. I personally bought a couple from a recent visit to the USA […]

Have you heard of the man who uses a Bullet Journal ?

Did you know, the original Bullet Journal system was created by a guy? If you said no, I’m not surprised. It’s hard to believe all those flowery, feminine spreads were inspired by one man – Ryder Carrol. While we’re on the subject, you should check out his website here. The initial system is supposed to be simple […]

Six easy ways to mark pages in your Bullet Journal

“A place for everything and everything in its place.” Keeping order in your Bullet Journal is as important as the content you have in there. There’s no point keeping heaps of information if you can never find it again. Here are some tips on how to find your place in your Bullet Journal. Indexing Indexing […]

Don’t reinvent the wheel | How to keep things simple

“Complexity is your enemy. Keep it simple. Keep it honest. Keep it you.” So you have been watching videos and scrolling through Pinterest and you are overwhelmed with the amount of pretty spreads – you’re close to giving up. I want to let you in on a secret. We keep shit simple. Our spreads may look […]