It’s true! I do destroy manga. But only manga that wanted to be destroyed. Because of my loooooong history collecting manga, I’ve amassed a somewhat large collection of damaged manga. And a few years ago, I realized I could do something interesting with these books, if I turned them into craft projects. There have been a few things I’ve made in the past, but lately I just use manga to create bullet journal spreads.
I’ve really come to enjoy making these pages, and then filling them in during my week. I’m surprised by how much more productive I have become.
However, next year I’m going to be moving out of the standard Leuchtturm1917 book that I’ve been using for my bujo, and into a new Hobonichi Cousin. It’s a book I’ve used in the past and enjoyed, but I did struggle to fill the pages much more than I do with the Leuchtturm1917. So, I’m not sure how my planning will turn out in 2020, but I’m interested to see where this new planner takes me.
What do you use to plan with (if anything)? Are you as big a stationery addict as I am?
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