Twenty Four Tiny Thoughts started out on Instagram not that long ago – a little less than a week to be exact – as a way for me to share little glimpses of my bullet journal with the hopes in inspiring others.
At the suggestion of a friend and for the sake of keeping the new Instagram account active with new posts, I joined the #PlanWithMeChallenge for April. I quickly found that the captions for my posts were often long and I didn’t go as in-depth as I could have because I didn’t want to write a novel with each post. I also noticed that I had an urge for some posts to include more than one picture, but then struggled to adequately explain each one. Thus, the idea for this bullet journaling blog was born.
I’ll still be sharing my bullet journal via Instagram, but a blog lets me go better in depth with certain topics and posts. I can explain the spreads I use and their different elements and how I’ve come to adapt them in ways that really work for me.
The bullet journal community is a truly remarkable community and a great resource for anyone, no matter where they are in their bullet journaling journey. It’s a community that’s all about sharing ideas, collaborating, and helping and inspiring others and by adding another blog to the bullet journal community, that’s what I hope to achieve with Twenty Four Tiny Thoughts. Whether you’re just starting out or you’re a well-seasoned veteran, or somewhere in between (where I am!), I hope you can draw inspiration from my journey and my journal.
In the next few days (and weeks), I’m hoping to share my posts from the Plan With Me Challenge thus far and explain each post a little more, including why they really work for me. I’m also hoping to compile a master list of supplies I use every day for my bullet journal, so you all know what I work with, in case you want to try anything out!
If there’s anything you want me to cover or you have a suggestion, feel free to reach out to me.
This community is one where we share ideas and learn from each other, so I’ve very excited to hear from you all and learn from you as well.
Until next time,