Art Journal, Travelers Notebook

My Journaling Week at a Glance

Hello everyone! It’s been days or weeks since I last posted about my journals. I am now logged out on all other social media networks, so, I thought of sharing them here.

I decided to join a doodle challenge for this month since I have this one last page on my regular Traveler’s Notebook monthly insert that I didn’t have any use for, doodling on it seemed fitting because it would be a shame if I don’t finish this insert before I put it in the archives.

And then I got this two new Taroko insert in passport sizes and decided to use one for my mini lists, because why not? I love making lists!

On my weekly passport sized insert is where I write to-do’s, errands, and reminders for the week. The lists are not specific to the days/dates.

On my weekly Midori Notebook is a simple journaling of my days.

I am ready for June’s calendar page on my Midori B6 Slim notebook.

I always do art on my pages a week or days ahead before a new week comes in, that I way, I won’t be so behind. All I need to do is add the entries effortlessly.

This week’s gratitude journal is kinda unique. I usually make everything work even when I make mistakes but I really messed the original spread big time, enough for me to cover everything. This will be a great reminder in the future that I need to be more mindful, but really… I don’t mind at all that this turned out differently as I have imagined.

This is how my gratitude journal spread looks like for the incoming week. I added watercolor splatter so that the area where I write on will blend with the art that I made on the right page.

And that is all for last week’s journals.


Thank you for reading and for stopping by. I may not be on Instagram for a while because as predicted by many when it got sold to FB owner years back, it has literally become Facebook already. And by that, I mean a lot of show-offs. I am not saying that everyone has become one, but to me, I just want to focus on sharing my art projects, art journals, mail art, and snail mails in a simpler way, without the distractions of the many “brand” stationery show-offs and temptations. Of course, the experience is always subjective. I just thought that the time has come for me to slow down before I get sucked up.  

6 Comments

  1. These pages are gorgeous, Prem! 😀 Glad to still be able to see your lovely journal art & craft here! I miss you on IG. I too have used it less frequently as compared to previous years. I’m thinking of getting back to blogging on WordPress instead.

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    • Hi D! glad to see you here… Yes, I’m trying to be a better blogger this time. And thanks for appreciating my journal pages. Hope all is well with you. Would love to see you get back to blogging and see your travel stories esp the one from Japan.

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  2. I love the way your journal looks!
    I love the doodles and drawings, and it is so cheerful and colorful.
    Thank you for sharing it here!
    Have a wonderful week.
    xo.

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  3. A. BC says

    Thank you for sharing. I love what you are doing and looks like it is a wonderful pastime. I am inspired by all these.:)

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