One of my goals for this year was to get a chance to explore some of the local islands of Washington State. My husband was keen on seeing whales, and since my mother-in-law was due to visit, we thought we’d make a weekend of it. So we packed up our vintage Samsonite luggage, which we… Continue reading San Juan Weekend
A little update on stationery items I’m using up, so I can stay on track with my minimalism journey.
I dig the passport wallet setup. As soon as I got my hands on the camel passport edition for TN’s 10th anniversary, I set it up as such. I keep it streamlined, using a business card holder with the zip pouch to display important IDs, credit cards and coupons I wanted immediate access to.… Continue reading TN Passport Wallet Setup
When I shop, I do research, asking myself plenty of questions – is this going to benefit my life somehow? Will I end up donating this in a year? Is it worth the cost? After years of minimizing and Kon-Mari-ing, this is what happens in my brain. Then I soul-search – will this item feed… Continue reading Dr. Martens Satchel Review
I’m more than halfway through the year of using my passport sized Midori Traveler’s Notebook and very much enjoying the setup. I love that the main weekly view insert goes for only half the year, so I’m not weighed down with carrying months of old information. My system works: I prefer a weekly view, with… Continue reading Passport Planner Update & Setup
I have to admit, I was quite surprised at how much I’ve come to love the camel Traveler’s Notebook. I pre-ordered the passport size not knowing if I would truly appreciate the colorr and wondered perhaps if I were getting caught up in the 10th anniversary hype. But because I so happily enjoyed using… Continue reading Camel Traveler’s Notebook Unboxing & Setup
In case you haven’t been keeping up, I’ve posted my latest journal flip-through on my Youtube channel, which you can check out here, https://www.youtube.com/user/TheEmpireDays/videos. (I’m unable to link the videos at the moment, so bear with me…) I really enjoyed reviewing some of the techniques I use to make my journal mine, and sharing with you… Continue reading Journal Flip-Through Pt. 2