Author and avid dot journaler, Hannah Beilenson, makes learning to dot journal easy and accessible. This beginner's guide shows you: The benefits of dot journaling, helpful tools and materials, planning styles and techniques, ideas for yearly, monthly, weekly, and daily plans, trackers, lists, and more. Get creative with washi tape, lettering, and stencils. This unique interactive book even provides practice outlines and practice space to encourage you to try the ideas out yourself. Sturdy hardcover book lies flat so you can practice dot journaling techniques easily within its pages.
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What is dot journaling?
Submitted by LimberGreenEyes on January 3, 2021
Hello. This book will walk you through how to dot journal. A simple definition of dot journaling is: Just use the horizontal dots the way you'd use lines in a ruled notebook. It may take a little practice, but you'll be into the swing of it after a line or two. With a dotted page, you have the added benefit of being able to break out of lined text into doodles or sketches when the mood takes you.
Answered by Franklin Planner Customer Service on January 4, 2021
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