February 22th, #11 blog post
Lessons from…On the Wings of My Pen
What is a bullet journal collection?
In our 6th blog post we focused on monthly collection pages, such as Gratitude, Prayer list, and Bible promises pages.
Today we will focus on a different type of Collection page (and the types are only limited by your imagination)
Definition of Collection…
Notes, tasks, or creative ideas that are related by a common theme or purpose can constitute a collection. A collection is also called a spread.
Ryder Carroll, Father of the bullet journal, gives a minimalists bullet journal overview.
The term Collection can include:
1. Grocery list
2. Reading list
3. Bucket list
4. Camping list
5. Art page(s)
6. A theme
8. And the list goes on…into infinity..and beyond!
**To create a Collection
Just move to your next blank spread page and give it a topic! Don’t forget to add the topic and page number(s) to your index/contents pages for easy access!
Here are some Collection ideas from the online journaling community…check these out!
⦁ @Amy at MomSpark – Love the US map one!
⦁ @Wee Share – Mood tracker in pixels
⦁ A Few of Evon’s (my) FUN Collections are pictured throughout this post!
Do you have any Collection pages you’d like to share with us? Sure would love to see them!!
Or maybe you have some cool ideas, but you haven’t had the chance to create them yet? You can list your ideas in our comments section below as well…
Let’s put our thinking caps on and have some FUN!!! This exercise should be a ‘no brainer’…
Please leave me a comment, question, or pic of what your Collection pages look like (if you have any) in the comments section below. I will answer all of your questions and comments promptly!
Soo happy to have you with me on this journey! Are We having fun yet?
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**Next we will begin Lesson #12, stay tuned…
***Look for my previous 10 posts if you haven’t already.