My Blog and Business Traveler’s Notebook Setup:
Hey Hey Ladies! I’m excited to be back on the blog today to share my blog and business traveler’s notebook setup! I’m sure you all know I love me a good traveler’s notebook setup. I’m nosy AF, so I love to see how other people set up their notebooks, so I thought I’d add my setup to the mix.
I chose the A6 WIDE size for my setup. If you aren’t familiar with an A6, it’s roughly 4 x 6, or similar to a standard printed photo like you might get at the Walgreen’s. Of course I chose a wide because I like my traveler’s notebook to be on the chunky side, like myself.
Here’s the video!
First up is my A6 Hobonichi English Planner. I love this thing. It’s a perfect size, and the paper is just unreal.
There’s an example of some daily pages. (A couple that I could show anyway.) This planner accommodates those days that are nothing but a never-ending list of to-dos and those that include naptime.
Up next is my wallet insert. I keep my favorite picture of me and hubs tucked in the front pocket for fun. The rest is all function.
The first couple of pockets on the right hold my post office receipts. (Mama don’t take no chances. She keeps her receipts.) Inside the wallet insert is my field notes notebook. It holds a simple list of my vendor orders, what I spent, when they shipped, and when they arrived so I can gauge how long a re-order might take to arrive. This is also super useful when it comes to keeping accurate records for tax purposes. All the receipts go here.
The next couple of pockets hold stamps, and receipts that I need to record for tax/expense purposes. Once recorded and uploaded, the receipts move to the pocket above my post office receipts and then get filed by month after the month passes.
Next is my favorite part. It’s my A6 Stalogy Notebook which serves as my Blog and Business Bullet Journal.
My B&B Bujo starts with title pages, and a little inspiration.
Next are last years stats and my revenue goal for this year. Under my dolla bill is my revenue thermometer. I color in a square every time a reach another money milestone. My dollar bill is there for seed money. Can’t get none if you don’t have none, so if you’ve got a goal, put you a little seed money by.
Next is a habit tracker of sorts. I mark shop related stuff like whether I got orders, whether I posted to Facebook or IG, etc. It helps me see if I’ve been posting consistently or not, to keep me on track with social media.
Next is a sort of sales tally page to tell me what sizes of traveler’s notebook or insert have been popular that month.
Next is my shop goals spread. Pretty simple here. Just some things I want to get better at this year. For instance, I have goals listed in relation to Organization, Social Media, Month In Review, and Scheduling.
My B&B Bujo is also a good place for notes and lists such as this hashtag list for IG.
It’s also a great place for notes on blog posts such as my Hobonichi Journaling post. Got an update coming on this. What I chose and what I’m doing with my hobo, so to speak.
Next is my Life Pistachio Notebook. This book has really pretty pale green pages with a pale green grid inside. I can’t show you because it’s full of super secret shit.
Next is my Buncobon notebook. This one is totally empty. Just here because I love notebooks. It’s got a grey grid inside with little index/color code marks on every page, so if you wanted to you could color code the edges of your spreads to get to them faster. Sweet.
Last but not least is the “Dolly” llama. Damn, she makes me laugh every time I see her.
So that’s it for my current Blog and Business Traveler’s Notebook Setup. It seems to be working pretty well. There seems to be plenty of space and the system itself seems to be helping to keep me on task, and goal focused, and as far as I’m concerned, that’s the whole frikin’ point.
Here’s some links to some of the goodies shown here: (Some of these may be affiliate links. In that case, if you purchase from my link, I get a tiny kickback, at no cost to you.)
Hobonichi English Planner: Hobonichi Techo A6 English Planner Notebook 2017
A6 Stalogy Notebook: STALOGY 018 Editor’s Series 365 days notebook (A6//Black) S4103 I freaking love these notebooks. I’m thinking about doing a review, so let me know if you’d be interested in that.
Life Pistachio A6 Graph Notebook
Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today. Hope to see you again real soon!!