bujo bullet journal february goals

The longest month in the year is finally behind us and I know I’m not the only that’s glad it’s behind us. A new month means setting some new goals and reviewing the ones from January.

Reviewing January

The full list of my January goals are over here if you guys want to have a look. I only set myself four goals because I thought it might ease me into the new year a bit more. Especially since I haven’t set proper monthly goals before. And yet I still only managed to her through half of them. I managed to smash through my goals of reading two books within the month and got through four. Now, that was a bit of a surprise since I had exams but never underestimate the power of procrastination.

I did get around to practicing a bit more self care though. Even though it may not be a whole load but I did make sure to look after myself through exam season: taking regular breaks, finishing up early in the evening and just making time to still do other things that I actually enjoyed. I’m pretty damn proud of that one.

My other two goals pretty much went down the drain though. I really wanted to try and get myself back into the habit of doing yoga again. So, I thought it was pretty manageable to set myself the goal of at least doing one yoga session a week. However, I managed to get one session in for the entire month. So, not exactly what I was going for but I mean, at least I managed to put some effort into it, right?

February Goals

bujo bullet journal diary february goals

I went to town on my goals for this month. I even split them into subcategories and everything! But I’m not going to bore you with all of them so I’m just going to point out a select few.

I really want to try and keep on top of positing some what consistently on here and YouTube. So, I’ve get myself the goals of positing a minimum of four times on my blog and two times on YouTube. I have when I’m inconsistent with posting because it means that I’m not keeping on top of something that I really enjoy doing.

Uni wise the main  thing that I really want to keep on top of are my revision notes. Last semester got a little busy towards the end with my sister going into hospital and I wanted to spend more time with her whilst she was there rather than on uni work. So, insha’allah, as long as everything stays okay with everyone in the house, I should be able to keep on top of everything.

Since third isn’t as far away as I keep telling myself it is, I guess I should start thinking about my dissertation topic. There is a prewritten list that I could pick out of come Summer but I just want to see if there’s anything out there that I might want to propose to my lecturers with if it’s something I’ve got a huge interest in.

Other than that though, I’ve going to try and get through another two book which shouldn’t be too difficult since I’ve already finished one and for some reason I’ve decided that I’m going to try and get eight sessions of yoga in instead on the one that I managed in January.

Those are my main goals for this month, let me know if you have any in the comment.

Sai xo

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jan 2018 bullet journal january goals

Hola, everyone! We’re over a week into the new year and I thought it was about time that I shared my January goals. I’ve never been a monthly goal setter to be honest but it’s something that I think I’m going to benefit from. I kind of just hope that I’ll do things in the month and they don’t happen. Either because there’s nothing really pushing me to do those things or because I forget. Since I started to use my bullet journal though I’m trying to get my life just a little more organised. I’m hoping it’s going to help me make more time for myself between uni work and give my mental health a chance to get better. I’ve got about four goals that I want to achieve this month. Some of them are changes that I think might improve my life and some of them are general self care things where I hope I’ll take more time for myself. View Full Post

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Happy New Year, my lovelies! We’re into 2019 and I kick started my year in the best way possible! By going to see a show on New Year’s Day. Matilda’s been on a UK tour for a couple of months now and have been doing a pretty long stint in the Wales Millennium Centre. So, having booked tickets a year in advance, it was finally time to go and watch it.

Matilda has been one of those shows that I’ve heard so much about. There’s been a lot of hype and everyone that has gone to watch it has always had good things to say. I love the book and I love the film but, to be honest, I wasn’t entirely sure how I was going to feel about the play. Sometimes when a show has too much hype, I feel like my hopes get a bit too high and I just end up disappointed.

This was so far from the case with Matilda. I was in love with this show from beginning to end. There’s not a single complaint that I have about the show because everything about it was just perfect. I was absolutely enamoured by the staging. It was so bright and colourful. I kept hunting for hidden words in the letters that framed the stage and all of them related to the show somehow.

I was in absolute awe of the child actors and the shear commitment that they have to put on a performance like that. The energy they had was electric, between the dancing and the singing you could just tell them amount of effort that was put into it all. The way that the dancing was incorporated into some of the props was beautiful to see and I was a massive fan of it.

The play does stray away from the film and the book a little bit but I didn’t mind that. It still had the same basic plot with a few twists and turns in the way. And I’m extremely glad that I didn’t listen to the full soundtrack beforehand because the songs were just another surprise. But I can tell that I’m going to be listening to the songs fora little while now.

Matilda still has a couple of stops in the tour left with tickets still available. So, if you have the chance, I’d definitely recommend going to watch it. You won’t be disappointed and you’ll be leaving the theatre with a massive smile.

Sai x

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Only nine days left until Christmas! Admittedly, I’ve not been in the most festive of moods lately and normally I’m ready for Christmas from November. But our Christmas tree is all up and I’m slowly feeling a bit more festive bit by bit so I thought I’d share with you guys the Christmas ornaments that my sister has gotten me over the past couple of years. Every year we get get each other one special ornament to add to our own collection so here’s what I’ve got right now.

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Hey there, beautiful people. I’ve managed to tear myself away from work long enough to get some blog post writing in at last. You have no idea how much I’ve missed it but I’ll explain what’s been going on in another post or YouTube video. Today, I want to celebrate the wonders that are small businesses. I’m a massive believer in supporting small businesses and helping them thrive and that belief has only grown since me and my sister set up on our Etsy shop selling handmade nail polishes.

Whenever possible during Christmas and for birthdays, I try to look for a small business alternative. Whilst it isn’t always possible to but from a small biz, I try my best. So, I thought I would share with you guys some of my my top picks for Christmas gifts from a few small businesses!

Gifts Under £10

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