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Bullet Journaling to Know Yourself Better

Katie Kindred, The Reverie Project

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8 Videos (19m)
    • Prologue

    • To-Done List

    • Ye Olde Goal Scrolle

    • Habit Trackers

    • Goal Review

    • Gratitude

    • Best Practices

    • Epilogue

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About This Class

Hey there, it's Katie Kindred from The Reverie Project. In this 19 minute class, I will be your friendly neighborhood guide to using your bullet journal as a tool for self-awareness. We'll explore topics like Habit Tracking, Daily Gratitude, and writing "S.M.A.R.T" Goals, among others! Knowing yourself is key in both life and business because it allows you to use your strengths and opportunities for growth in their most efficient ways. It also helps protect you from continuing harmful patterns that may have otherwise gone unnoticed! 

No experience is required, but having a basic knowledge of typical bullet journal spreads is recommended. 

For anything else, feel free to reach me in the Discussion Box, or at any of my social media handles:

Instagram @thereverieprojectus

The Reverie Project on YouTube

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Katie Kindred

The Reverie Project

I find stories about the human condition slightly intoxicating. We have this one precious life that could end at any second, and we’re all either trying to find our place in this world or too weary from searching.

I dream of a world where people feel wake up with stars in their eyes, spend their time doing things that matter, and go to sleep at night feeling safe and eager to do it all again the next morning.

This is why I created The Reverie Project, to inspire grateful h...

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