I’ve been blogging for about 6 months, and I have over 80 posts! I’ve learned a lot along the way, and hopefully I’ve helped you, too. This seems like a good time to share my 5 most popular posts, just in case you missed them!
This article is a follow-up to another article on this list. I wrote about transitioning from a paper bullet journal to digital using OneNote. It was so popular that I have been sharing OneNote tutorials as follow-ups. This tutorial shows you how to add and search by tags in OneNote, so you can keep your journal and your life organized.
Living with chronic illness is difficult. Trying to travel with chronic illness is definitely a challenge. Knowing what you need to take with you so you can function makes it a little easier. This list includes the 7 things I must have when travelling. Hopefully it will give you some ideas to make your next trip a little less stressful!
This is another follow-up to my digital bullet journal article. I see so many beautiful hand-drawn bullet journal layouts online. I don’t have the talent or time to do all that. OneNote has some beautiful templates that make it easy to dress up my pages with minimal time and effort.The best of JLyn's!Click To Tweet
I have dealt with depression for at least 15 years, maybe longer, but I don’t like the side effects of taking antidepressants. I have learned several alternative ways to treat it that don’t require drugs. One of the things that helps is having a routine of taking care of myself and making time for me. It’s easy to push aside that time, but it makes such a difference in my mental health and outlook. Maybe these 21 ideas will give you some inspiration!
My all-time most popular, most read, most shared post is all about how I use OneNote for my digital bullet journal. OneNote has so many great features, and it’s easy to customize and organize. The best part is that OneNote is available for Apple, Windows, and Microsoft. So you can take it with you on all your devices, and pick up where you left off effortlessly!
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