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Smash books, Bullet Journals, And Activity Books

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Has anyone heard about these before? They are amazing things you can do to keep organized, something you can do to express yourself, and keep track of lots of hings.


A smashbook is like a scrap book, but instead of being in a binder or a handmade book they are done in a notebook or sketchbook. You can fill them up with anything you want and there are tons of things you can put in them like "100 things I want to do with my life" "50 things that make me happy" and "This is me" pages. I'm not sure if anyone else had those books you would get that you can fill out and put pictures and draw in, but it's very similar to it! You can put pictures, magazine clippings, drawings, and even pressed flowers in it as well. 


A bullet journal is similar to a smashbook, but it's used more like a planner to keep track of things. You fill out the pages day to day, week to week, or month to month. You can put down your goals and how far you've come to reaching them (Like losing weight, keeping track of how many books you've read, how much water you drink every day and stuff like that!) One of my favorites is a page filled out to look like a bookcase and you fill out the books as books you want to read and after you finish reading them you color them in. It can also be a good way to relax at the end of the day by coloring in some things and making a new page for the next day.


Activity books are very well known and often incorporated into a lot of coloring books. You can usually buy these or make your own. I know it's something both Middles and Littles can enjoy. Depending on what little age you have they have younger sensory activity books you can make as well!

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I know what all these things are and I'm really considering starting a smash book or bullet journal. I just finished a 30 day journal challenge, and enjoyed it quite a lot, so I'm thinking of doing a lot more. It's interesting the things you learn about yourself when you stop and take the time to write your thoughts down.
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