Latest Bullet Journal Posts:

Winter Headers and Extras

The latest headers and icons video is now live! Time for some fun winter designs to enjoy. It was actually quite the struggle to get these looking decent but I think they turned out alright. Let me know what you think.

Classic Headers and Icons

I’m a tad late getting these up on the blog but in case you missed them I finished Classic Headers and Icons last weekend! Simple and easy designs for your bullet journals just in time to start off the new year. Enjoy!

Christmas Headers and Extras

It’s here! I’ve had so many requests for Christmas themed Headers and Icons video so I really hope you all enjoy them. Enjoy Christmas themed monthly headers, daily headers, corner designs, and dividers as well as some font combinations for “Merry Christmas” and “Happy Holidays”

Thanksgiving Themed Headers and Icons

I’m so excited to share this new Thanksgiving themed Headers and Icons video! I hope you all enjoy and as always let me know what you think or if you have any ideas for future Header and Icons videos!

Pet Themed Headers and Icons for you Bullet Journal

Time for another themed Headers and Icons video! Today I’m working on Pet themed headers and icons for your bullet journal.

Halloween Headers and Icons for Your Bullet Journal

After receiving such great feedback on my Fall Headers and Icons video I’m super excited to share my next headers and icons video. Halloween is one of my favorite things to illustrate. Pumpkins, black cats, witches and more!

Latest Travel Content:

Why Spend the Summer in Sydney?

Guest Article: Roxana

Judging by both international and domestic visitors, Sydney is a leading tourist destination in Australia. Destination NSW, a government agency for the New South Wales tourism came up with the following numbers: Sydney received over 3.1 million international and 9.2 million domestic overnight visitors in the period between September 2014 and September 2015. In addition, every summer Sydney […]

10 Ways to Explore Close to Home

Since I know not everyone is able to travel full time here are some helpful suggestions to keep exploring even when stuck in one location!

Thoughts on TBEX Asia 2015

Thoughts on TBEX

It’s been a couple weeks since I traveled to TBEX and I’ve had some time to really take it in. Since I’ve been trying to add more thoughts and information from my personal daily life I’d like to share some thoughts about the […]

Budget Time! One Month in Japan

Alright! So I’ve counted the tallies and made the spreadsheet for the spending of my entire month in Japan.

Here’s the break down with some advice on your options when traveling, tips for saving money, and my personal experience.

4 Things Traveling Has Taught Me So Far

Travel is a teacher of many lessons, but here are four things that I have personally learned so far from living a life of travel.




Is there anyone who actually enjoys waiting? I know I don’t. I have always said: I know what I want and what I want is what I want when I […]

5 Reasons Nara, Japan is a Must See!

While Nara is a smaller Japanese city it shouldn’t be missed, here’s why:

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Natasha Raymond is a twenty-something full time artist and traveler exploring the world one step at a time. If she's not curled up with her cats drawing at home, she's out on a new adventure!

Currently in: New Hampshire, USA
Next Trip: Panama

If you're new here learn more at the about page. Or maybe click on the Destinations tab if you're into adventures. If Bullet Journaling is more your style check out the latest Header and Icon posts or flip-throughs for some new ideas and tips. There's also a sampling of the latest watercolor work, and tutorials if you're starting to paint.

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I'm currently working on a re-design of the blog, as well as back logging old posts that were lost in the move to a new website! If you come across any bumps or missing links I do apologize. Updates should be finalized by the end of January. Thank you for understanding. 🙂

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