I’m so excited to share this video with you! Making a reading journal was one of the best bookish decisions I made this year. It was so much fun to work on throughout the year and I love looking back at the books I read.
Researching what to create for this journal introduced me to the wonderful world of junk journaling which I’m really intrigued by. There are so many amazing ways to create journals and things you can do with them! I can’t wait to get creating and share more reading journal videos with you all.
As I mentioned in the video, I have a few templates that you can use in your journal. Click on any of the images for a larger version and click the link below for more 🙂
Reading Journal Flip Through from @elainehowlin_Tweet
Well, we made it to the 2nd last month of the year. Go us!! Share your reading plans and achievements or anything else your up to in November with friends on Instagram and Facebook with these templates. Don’t forget to tag me in your post @elainehowlin_ Click on an image to view it larger. To … Continue reading November Instagram Templates
I’m definitely a planner when it comes to my content. One of the things I like to do each month is look up what holidays or events are coming up for ideas, jot them down on a calendar and keep that over my desk. Even if I don’t do something directly related to what’s going … Continue reading November Content & Instagram Calendars
The MS Readathon is a reading event encouraging children to read as much as they can to raise funds and awareness for those suffering from multiple sclerosis. This year they’ve invited we grown-ups in on the reading fun so of course I had to sign up! You can to here. Please visit my donation page … Continue reading The MS Readathon 2020
What a beautiful template!
I have an uncle who passed away in 1991 from complication from MS. I’ve never seen a read-a-thon fundraiser for…
Thank you so much!!
These are always so gorgeous!!