It's 2023! Can you believe it? I feel like it was just Halloween and trying to steal all the Snickers from my kids' candy stash. Lol. But it’s a new year which means it's time to start a new habit! And, no, not the one where you eat the entire contents of your fridge in one sitting, or the one where you watch all seven seasons of Game of Thrones in a row. I’m talking about something that helps you reach your goals and feel more like a bad momma jamma!
Is morning devotion, quiet time or journaling on your list of 2023 habits to create? Besides actually getting up or hitting snooze one too many times, what stops one from being consistent is having everything that's needed. You have the journal but no pen. Or it's too dark and you need light but don't want to wake up your husband with the room light. Bumble and Bundle has you covered!
The 13 inch pouch is perfect for keeping all your items in one place. No matter if you're in the bedroom or you venture to your favorite corner of the living room couch.I’ve found that having a special place for your journal makes it much easier to actually keep up with your journaling habit!
Here are a list of favorite items to pack in the pouch:
- Book Light
- Index Cards (to copy saying/phrases to post up)
Also, if you're still searching for a journal, here's a list of my favorite places:
And no, I'm not referring to the family planning aisle at your local convenience store. As a mother, we often manage the family schedule, meal planning and other odd items. To be better prepared, the 13 inch pouch is a great tool to keep all these items together. In my family planning pouch is:
- Family Calendar (I’m stuck in 1999 and prefer pen/paper to my phone calendar) Notepad
- Grocery List Pad
- Fancy paper clips (to keep bills, important documents, etc. together)
With either of the ideas, the intent is to be ready, organized and intentional to help you stay consistent in creating desired habits in 2023. Grab your 13 inch pouch, perfect for holding all your essentials together, HERE.
Happy New Year, Momma!