Bullet Journaling in my MAMBI Happy Planner

Since using my MAMBI Happy Planner for the past year or so, I finally found my “groove” for recording notes and planning family schedules.  The MAMBI line includes a variety of extension packs including wedding, fitness, and home management planner pages.  I forgot to mention in my previous post that there are also inserts for photos, pocket folders and other dividers available as well – AND a variety of covers so you can stylize your planner even

Super Glue on Eyeglasses Update

Did you read my previous post?  The one about getting superglue on my eyeglass lenses, right at the bifocal line?  So yeah, talk about BLURRY VISION!  I had to google some suggestions about removing the Super Glue and thought I would give you an update! I did soak a papertowel in dish-soap-soaked water, and then let my lens sit on top (resting under a bowl so it was sort of like a greenhouse) – and

Super Glue Dilemma

So yeah.  last week, Curly broke her glasses.  This is the 4th pair broken in the exact same way in her number of pairs of glasses over the years.  She can’t see without them so not having them is really not an option. Typically, I have been able to “modify” them until we can get them replaced via super glue.  Typically, the super glue is not a long-term fix but gets us through until the

How I Use My Bullet Journal for Lists

I will be honest – I like to research.  I like to put in search terms and Google things, see what I can find on Pinterest or Instagram – and see how other people do things.  There are numerous planning systems – which, as we all know – means that not EVERY system works for EVERY person.  So when you find the thing that works for you – it can be pretty exciting.  This post

Why a Bullet Journal

If you do a search on Pinterest or even Google for “Bullet Journal” you will discover a vast community of people who use a bullet-style format for planning and goal setting.  You will also find many different ways to use a Bullet Journal, and maybe some of them could work for you. While I have used a couple of different planner styles, I have discovered that my need for a Bullet Journal is very specific:

How I Bullet Journal {aka My Dot Grid Reference Book}

Like I said yesterday, I am using a dot grid notebook to get myself organized for Back to School.  Obviously, you could use a notebook of any kind, a composition book, or some app out there on your phone.  For me, this is something tangible that I can fit into my purse along with my phone!  It is my Dot Grid Reference Book for Mom!!! This is what the dot grid layout looks like leaveing

Daily Bible Journaling. Sort of.

Just to be clear, I have included amazon links in this post.  That means if you click them and decide to buy the recommended item – I will receive a small referral commission.  Feel free to browse at your convenience – and know that I appreciate any purchases you choose to make via Grace & Glory! So I referenced a new hobby in my last post – and then life got crazy and I didn’t