Since I'm only 18 and still in full-time education, I haven't had a great deal of opportunity to go travelling. I have, however, had a lot of time to think about all the places I want to go.
At the moment, the place I'm wanting to go to the most is Japan. When I say this, I'm not talking about the cities with their millions of people, the fast-paced streets, the smoke etc. In fact, I'm desperate to go to the ancient parts of Japan and be very, very peaceful. I want to be surrounded by cherry blossom and temples and silence.
So here's a quick rundown of the parts of Japan that I want to visit the most.
According to their website, bullet journals are a "customisable and forgiving organisation system. It can be your to-do list, sketchbook, notebook, and diary, but most likely, it will be all of the above. It will teach you to do more with less." It feels like everyday I'm reading another blog post about how all the different symbols, colours and the hours spent drawing out the index and the future log have "changed my life." But I don't just don't buy it. Here's why:
I was going to start this blog post by saying that I'm incredibly sorry for it's lateness but I've been listening to the Guilty Feminist Podcast and I've realised that when it comes to my blog, the only person I'm really accountable to is myself. So, whilst this blog post is slightly late, that's okay. Worse things have happened!
Anyway, I love Spring. For me, it's definitely a refreshing time; a clean slate; a chance to sort everything out. That's why I really enjoy spring cleaning and taking the opportunity to get my space organised and clean. So, I'm going to share with you three ways in which I'm going to Spring clean this month: