New Year, New Bullet Journal

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If you follow me on tumblr, you’ll know I have an obsession with bullet journals! (I even have a whole tag for inspiration!) Now that 2017 is here, I figured it’s time to start setting up my bullet journal for the year.

I’ve just finished setting up my bullet journal for the first week of January and I’m so excited to work on it throughout the year. I’m really proud with myself– it’s not perfect, but I love it!

Spring 2017 Semester Goals

Yesterday, I made a post about all the things you can do to prepare for Spring semester. One of those things was to make a list of goals. Thus, I figured that I should share some of my own goals!

I’m working on creating an upward trajectory for myself, to make up for a pretty bad first semester. Thus, I’m determined to become a better student after every semester. Fall 2016 wasn’t too bad, but there are still things I can do to improve. I’m really looking forward to starting this fresh new Spring 2017!

December 2016 Goals

It’s six days into December and one day until my finals, so what better way to spend some down time than writing down a few goals for December. I’ve been very stressed, to say the least. It’s a different kind of stress because I’m not crying in libraries to random strangers anymore. It’s more like I have a lot to do and very little time to do it so I’m just doing everything I can do to stay afloat.

I have finals one right after the other, because the universe likes to torture me. But before I get into a long and winding tale of complaining about my woes, let’s get into this post.

Goodbye, September + October Goals

Oh, September.

You’ve come and gone so fast that I’m left reeling in your wake. I remember sitting around waiting for August to end like it was just a few days ago. The mediocrity of blandness of my summer left a bad taste in my mouth. I missed the rigidity and structure you brought, even if it is in the form of school.