Aaaaaaand, we’re back to one book.
Despite all the pretties out there, I kept going back to the Hobonichi Cousin.
Searching information about bullet journaling on a Hobonichi is hard and I just couldn’t find a hashtag to use on instagram for reference…..is it a Hobobujo? A Bujonichi?
I like the sound of Bujonichi, so I’ll stick to that while planning around.
Let’s explore this thing:
- Hobonichi Cousin Avec. I bought it when book 2 of the Avec set went on sale by itself. It runs from July to December.
- The Uni Jetstream included with each Hobonichi planner.
What has changed since I last pondered planning? I had a Hobonichi Weeks, the small, portable version of the Hobonichi (monthly and weekly layouts only).
Between a 2 year old, a nearly 2 month old and an impending move sometime around the end of the year, I’m a little overwhelmed. More than a little to be honest.
I thought I’d never need dailies, since I’m a stay-at-home mom and the fanciest things I get to do on a daily basis are laundry and cleaning.
The problem with that thought was, that when you’re home all day, everyday, the days tend to blur one into the other and before you know it, another week has gone by and you’re not entirely sure what has been accomplished – or not -.
Around that time, Hobonichi set for sale volume 2 of the Avec planners, which runs from July to December. I got the A5 version of it.
The Cousin has a Yearly index, which I’m using as a meal planner for the time being. Monthly layouts are for quick view of upcoming events and dailies are for well….daily events. Although there’s “to-do” elements to my dailies, I have more “ta-dah!” logs to see what I’ve done. Specially when it comes down to deciding what to take/leave/sell on the way to our next base (which I’m listing in the blank memo pages in the back).
What has happened to the Midori/Fauxdori notebook? I still have it and I still have plans for it, but that planning will have to wait for later.
Until then, have a great day!