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Eat Your Greens! June is National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month

How to Use a Journal for Healthy Living

Eats List Notebook


This month is the perfect time for celebrating National Fresh Fruit and Vegetables! As the gardening and farming season peaks, you will soon find a bounty at your local farmers market.

Some of the top produce for June includes:

  • Asparagus
  • Rhubarb
  • Swiss Chard
  • Spring Onions
  • Garlic Scapes
  • Spinach
  • Radishes
  • Kohlrabi
  • Beets

eats list vegetable illustration

The more colorful your produce, the more variety of benefits you will get from incorporating them into your diet. Don't hesitate to try new produce! You can easily find recipes for all types of veggies and fruits online. Plus, they all provide important fiber, protein, and nutrients for your health.


There are many ways you can incorporate a notebook or bullet journal into your daily life, especially when it comes to your health!

  • Daily food log - keep track of everything you're eating and how you feel afterward
  • Shopping list - write it down and take it on the go!
  • Meal planning - see our blog post here for more about it
  • Recipes! - make a personal cookbook for your go-to recipes
  • Budget tracking - see how much you spend on food and compare between stores or farmers markets

Eats List Small Bullet Journal

eats list notebook by nottene

Eats List is a zippy little notebook with lined pages perfect for shopping lists and popping in your bag on the go.

Our Small Bullet Journals are slim paperback notebooks with dot-grid or lined pages and are the perfect place to make your list, jot ideas or doodle.

•120, lined pages.
•Pages edged with kelly green dip-dyed edges.
•Exposed binding lays flat.
•Book measures 7 x 4.5 in.

Illustrated by our friend Kimberly Ellen Hall, one half of Nottene, pronounced (nuh-ten-uh), a Philadelphia based print and pattern studio that makes hand-drawn and printed wallpaper and fabric. Kimberly is interested in drawing the small details of everyday life. Her illustration work has graced runways, books, museums, and retail products internationally.

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