I went to Daiso today to buy one thing and ended up walking out with a wall organiser and storage for my pens and markers. Not gonna lie… I’m pretty chuffed about this! I’ve been holding off creating a new workspace for myself and looking on Pinterest for ideas really didn’t help. Going out and finding things to make is a lot better! Felt good to get my thrift/DIY on.
I hope my writing wasn’t too hard to read (I promise, it is neater on papers). So I finally got the chance to put together a list of supplies I use for my bullet journal as requested by whatthehallbob! If anyone has further questions about bullet journals, please don’t hesitate to ask! :)
Just a quick reminder that all you really need for a bullet journal is a pen and a notebook. Don’t feel pressured to spend money on popular brands, decorative tapes, or colorful pens because the most important thing is creating a system that works for you. The bullet journal can’t help you no matter how beautiful it looks if you spend most of your time decorating it instead of working on the tasks written in it. However, if you believe that decorating and color-coding your bullet journal will improve your system and your overall experience (I personally find it fun and relaxing), then you should absolutely go for it! :)
Doing Week 1′s readings for Peds ft. pens from muji, highlighters from Daiso, and stabilo pens. I love using a lot of color coding, because when I stare at it for long enough or go over it multiple times, the color gets engraved into my mind. It’s so helpful, especially when I need to recall a certain information during an exam. Also, I love making flashcards while using a loose leaf binder ring to hold it together; it makes it very portable. I find that I can bring it everywhere with me. I could be standing in line for something and then boom, I can take out my flashcards and start reviewing. Clinicals start on Monday and Wednesday; I’m so excited for OB and Peds! whee! Anyways, happy studying to us all!