Do you love creative bullet journal layouts but you feel like you don't have the skills to make them? Have you tried to draw but it's been a disaster? Me too! In fact, this is why we started MoxieDori.
Everyone deserves the bullet journal they desire. If you want adorable woodland animals, graceful fall leaves or cozy cups of coffee on your bujo pages, you should have it.
Keep reading and watching to find out which tools and know-how you need to create gorgeous bullet journal layouts you will be proud of.
1. Woodland Animals
Jumping foxes, adorable hedgehogs and chattering squirrels grace your bujo layouts - even if you can't draw! Create fall wreaths, decorate your monthly calendar or include some fall feels on your weekly layout.
Check out the little how to video below to see exactly how to make a fox wreath.
Everyone deserves a gorgeous and creative bujo if they want it. Here is a short video on how to create a foxy wreath using the Fox Stencil.
How about a cute little hedgehog?
Here is the how to hedgie video.
2. Fall Leaves
Include nature's fall splendor in your bullet journal layouts using Distress Ink and the Fall Leaves Stencils. Grab your yellow, orange and red stamp pad and a dauber. Watch the video below to see how easy stencils make decorating your bullet journal.
Fall leaves are easy to include in your layouts.
Tea or coffee? No matter your preference you can include an ode to your favorite hot beverage in your bullet journal. The Coffee Stencil makes cozy bevvie layouts a cinch.
You can create the bullet journal you want. If you want to make creative layouts with flair but can't draw, invest in a few bullet journal tools that will help you achieve the results you want. I can't draw but I made all of the layouts in this post.
You CAN draw and you can create gorgeous bujo layouts!
Amy and Kris
Back to school 2020-2021 is most likely different than normal for kids and for families. Whether you are in person school, remote school or home school it is important to keep your student's schedule, activities and assignments organized and easy to reference.
Do you have to remind your child to get on their Zoom calls for class?
Are assignments coming in from multiple platforms?
Does your student need to take class notes but they are not sure what to write down?
Are you exhausted and stressed from keeping all of this straight? Sad from the strain it is putting on the relationship with your child?
Use a Student Planner Notes Guide to create a notebook that organizes:
* task lists
A student planner:
*teaches kids how to document and keep information straight
* helps them remember their schedules and assignments
* fosters independence
* forces responsibility
Finally, a student planner provides the academic accountability needed so you as the parent can step back from the intense monitoring and prompting.
Sound good? Of course it does. Let's do this.
Grab a Composition Notebook
Composition notebooks make great, inexpensive student planners. You can create monthly and weekly layouts to organize schedules, activities, to do lists and assignments.
Composition notebooks make great tools to take class notes as well.
Not sure how to set up or where to start?
No worries - we have created a tool just for you. The Student Planner Notes Guide is a tool that creates layouts AND provides step by step directions for note taking. It was designed by an educator (Kris!) specifically for kids to use.
This student planner tool breaks it down and creates layouts that are proven to work. Finally - a place for everything and everything in one place!!!!
Watch this 2 minute video to see how the Student Planner Notes Guide works. Make student layouts fast and easy. Most importantly - help your child become more independent and responsible for their learning.
Grab Your Student Planner Notes Guide Now!
This durable, waterproof, flexible tool doubles as a straightedge and a two-sided guide for creating your own weekly planner and how to take Cornell Notes, all in an affordable College Ruled Composition Notebook.
Use the Student Planner Notes Guide to create the academic independence and responsibility that your entire family needs.
Happy 2020-2021 School Year!!!
Kris & Amy