HERE. (she also has a Northern Hemisphere version of course)
That PDF is also where I get my weekly journal pages which start out looking like this
When I glue them in I make sure there is space at the bottom to print out a few photos so at a glance I can remember some highlights of my week. And I note my Oracle guidance for the week at the top of the page.
If you follow my blog at all you will have read this month about our gorgeous family holiday in Hawaii. I was really good about keeping up my daily and more detailed written journaling but when I was flicking through the pages they weren't looking colourful and interesting enough so I spent a bit of time sorting that out.
I decided that I could add tape to my pages and I have now made that a regular pretty addition to my written journal pages
Whilst in Hawaii I collected some postcards and ephemera
I put these to good use as flip-outs and an insert of ephemera built up on one of the maps
Other things that go in this journal are my #arteveryday photos for my own continued motivation
Inspiration from others as well as printing photos of my own art
and at the end of every month I print out what I've been reading and watching
My focus for January came from the first letter of my word Shine : Self-care. I've tried to establish good habits for the year ahead and I enter February with my focus on Healthy practices.
My art project list feels manageable for the year, and I may have an opportunity to teach in February which will be fun if there is enough interest to enable that to happen.
I hope I've inspired you to start some kind of life documentation and regular written journaling. It really is a wonderful addition to any kind of creative practice.