There’s still a chill in the air, but the spring equinox in March officially marks the end of winter. In the Northern hemisphere, spring is a season of rebirth. As the days get longer, lighter and eventually warmer, new leaves and buds appear on the bare ground and trees. The season is full of growth, and a sunny spring day always makes me feel inspired and motivated.Continue reading Celebrate the start of spring!
The hustle and bustle of Christmas, while merry and bright, can feel a bit overwhelming. Sometimes December seems to go by in a flash of shopping, travelling, wrapping and cooking. Making time to relax, either by yourself or with friends and family, is a good way to keep from getting snowed under. At Billy, we love crafting, so we’ve picked our top three crafts for Christmas to help you connect with the festive season and chill.Continue reading Three Budget Crafts for Christmas
The start of September means that the last days of summer are just around the corner and although I’ll miss the long evenings, the start of autumn also brings new, exciting opportunities for outdoor adventures. If you know where to look, autumn can be just as much a season of plenty as summer. In that spirit, I am looking forward to creating a notebook for autumn foraging!Continue reading Creating a notebook for Autumn Foraging
Hello! Thank you for checking out our first post on the Billy blog. We hope that this can become a place to share inspiration for getting the most out of your Billy book, for learning new techniques and skills, and getting a few tips on creating perfect gifts. To get started we’ve made a list of of Billy’s Top Five Styles of Journaling… so if you’re looking for an excuse to treat yourself to a new notebook then read on!Continue reading Billy’s Top Five Styles of Journaling