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Green+Aquamarine: Rituals for Living Dreambook

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Rituals for Living Dreambook

Dreambook Diary Organiser

Today, I am sharing the Rituals for Living Dreambook. Who else here is forever hunting for the perfect diary/planner/organiser? I feel like there are always a few pages of dead space that aren't relevant to your needs, whilst another needs don't even have a section in your organiser. The Rituals for Living Dreambook is a start-up concept for the ultimate planner and diary, perfect for organising multiple projects or aspects of your life, focusing plans, and storing all your ideas. As a student, blogger and fitness girl keeping all aspects organised is top priority for me, and I know that many of you are even busier! Currently, I use a filofax and two notebooks to balance things, which works for me at the moment, but amalgamating the lot would streamline me an awful lot.

Dreambook Diary Organiser

Started by Briana and Peter Borten,The Dreambook is split into multiple sections and is so much more than just a diary. There are five sections; connect, dream, craft, ritualise and plan. Working through these sections allows you to first, identify core values, to realise your potential, expand on realising plans before finally planning out your projects, dreams, and future. Sounds pretty impressive, right?

Dreambook Diary Organiser

The dream book has a few question and answer sections, which requires you to sit down and get your creative juices flowing. I find putting my thoughts to pen and paper incredibly useful for visualising ideas, remembering plans and feeling like things have solidified. Some of the questions are the kind I actively sought out a few years ago, when making subject choices in school and wanting to have something tell me where it was I needed to go, and what choices to make. There's even a good old brainstorming session included.

Dreambook Diary Organiser

What I like about the planner at the back, is that you get to write in your own dates, so there's no wasted paper. If you have a busy week, you can cover more than one of the generously sized dates without affecting the rest of the diary. It can hardly be missed that this book is absolutely gorgeous as well; it is something to be proud of having on your desk or in your work bag.

The Dreambook is still in it's start-up stage and is getting really close to it's goal funding that is needed for the Dreambook to launch. If you're interested in supporting the start up and getting your hands on a copy when the book launches, head over to the Rituals for Living Dreambook start-up campaign to find out more!

Disclaimer: Post in association with the Rituals for Living Dreambook. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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At 23 May 2015 at 18:41 , Blogger Devyn said...

Oh my gosh, this looks amazing! I have so many notebooks for everything that I do it would be amazing to have it all in one place with the added bonus of being to be creative within it as well. Thank you for sharing this!


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