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Paleo Almond Joy - 5-ingredient recipe for deliciously satisfying homemade chocolate, almond, and coconut candy. Vegan, dairy free, and gluten free. | Beaming Baker

Paleo Almond Joy - 5-ingredient recipe for deliciously satisfying homemade chocolate, almond, and coconut candy. Vegan, dairy free, and gluten free. | Beaming Baker

Almond Butter Blossom Cookies! This recipe is easy and healthy! Paleo, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar free!

Almond Butter Blossom Cookies! This recipe is easy and healthy! Paleo, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar free!

Bullet Journal Weight Loss Tracker | 12 Layout Ideas You’ll Want to Steal for Your Bullet Journal - The ...

Bullet Journal Weight Loss Tracker | 12 Layout Ideas You’ll Want to Steal for Your Bullet Journal - The ...

Def need a reading list to incorporate into goals. Would add a column titled lend/donate to check off after finishing each book.

Def need a reading list to incorporate into goals. Would add a column titled lend/donate to check off after finishing each book.

The Planner Hack Infographic

The Planner Hack Infographic

simple bullet journal

simple bullet journal

Bullet journal lettering and layouts

Bullet journal lettering and layouts

Thank you for tagging us  Let's call this the Friday Financial because it kind of fits, right? Lovely page from @bujo_nina

Thank you for tagging us Let's call this the Friday Financial because it kind of fits, right? Lovely page from @bujo_nina

I used to track a lot of these things on separate spreads, but I noticed I wasn't thinking of flipping to them often enough. So this monthly has an overview of literally all I need to track or remember. Took me like 2 hours to think about how/where to place everything, so hopefully at least it'll work.  The calendar was heavily inspired by @alecfischr. He explained how you place the dots according to the time of the day on his recent post. *links to all the supplies on my blog (check my…

I used to track a lot of these things on separate spreads, but I noticed I wasn't thinking of flipping to them often enough. So this monthly has an overview of literally all I need to track or remember. Took me like 2 hours to think about how/where to place everything, so hopefully at least it'll work. The calendar was heavily inspired by @alecfischr. He explained how you place the dots according to the time of the day on his recent post. *links to all the supplies on my blog (check my…

The Planner Hack Infographic: how to bullet journal

The Planner Hack Infographic: how to bullet journal