15 Things to do with a Leuchtturm1917 or Any Notebook

A few weeks ago I gave you 10 Reasons to Keep A Journal, so today I thought it would be cool to share some different types of journals you can keep, or, 15 Different Ways to Use your Lechtturm1917 or Any Notebook. A new notebook is a blank canvas for you to create something special and express yourself.

 

15 Things to Do with A Leuchtturm1917

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Personally, I’ve become addicted to Lechtturm1917‘s but you can use any notebook or system that works for you, even if that system is pieces of paper stuffed in a folder.

 

  1. A bullet journal 
  2. A Write Every Day Journal
  3. A gratitude journal 
  4. A food & recipe journal
  5. A dream journal
  6. A travel journal
  7. An idea journal
  8. A meditation journal
  9. A book of lists
  10. A book of quotes you love
  11. A reading journal 
  12. Write your life story
  13. An expense journal 
  14. A goal journal 
  15. Keep track of your goals

 

How do you use your Leuchtturm1917?

Leave your answer/reply in the comments below

 

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Maria is a full-time blogger, graphic designer, crafter and bullet journalist. She loves spending time with her family and creating printables and projects to share on her blog, the Krafty Owl.
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Maria is a full-time blogger, graphic designer, crafter and bullet journalist. She loves spending time with her family and creating printables and projects to share on her blog, the Krafty Owl.

16 Comments

  1. Maria, I love journaling, but rarely get around to doing it anymore. When I do write it’s usually in journals for my daughters, for when they get older. Your post has got me thinking I really need to put pen to paper soon. 🙂

  2. There is something magical about a notebook filled with paper. I think because the paper can become anything. It can become a story about the battle between good and evil…or a story about the triumph of love…or about any other thing. When I was a child, each year at the start of the new school year my great aunt would buy my sister and I each a thick notebook filled with 200 pages of notebook paper. I loved getting that notebook and writing my stories in it. A couple of years ago my uncle gave my mother, my sister, and I a big tote filled with things that he’d saved after my grandmother passed. Some of the things included in the box were the stories that my sister and I had written. It was a great trip down memory lane.
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    • That is so awesome Laurie! My best friend and I used to write stories all the time but I have no idea where they ended up. I remember some of the crazy character names we came up with and the plots but I really can’t remember one specific story completely. It would be so wonderful to find a boxed filled with all of them!

  3. I absolutely love your idea of keeping a gratitude journal! I am going to do this with my kids over the summer! Thanks of rhsaring! #HomeMattersParty

    • That’s awesome Kim! Be sure to stop back tomorrow, I’m posting a free printable that’s right up your alley 😉

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