I recently released my range of journals called Plan Train Create (to match Eat Run Lift :p). When I was unboxing these fresh ones, I thought it'd be a great idea to put together a post to share some minimal weekly layout ideas I had, so hopefully you guys can get some inspo too - especially seeing as I'm not putting up the bullet journal videos on my YouTube channel anymore.
Firstly, I'm sorry I haven't been able to do many posts on this blog this month! There is a huge project I'm working on which has very strict deadlines for the next few months (I can't say what it is just yet, but I can tell you I'm very excited, and it's also evaporated most of my time)! There's still regular posts going up on the Eat Run Lift blog, both recipes created by me, and blog posts by myself and the Eat Run Lift trainers (we try to make Eat Run Lift the best free resource available for you and your health that we can, so there's heaps on there).
While I was over there I figured we were staying in and eating at so many places that I wanted to write about and recommend my favourites, something which a video doesn't allow me to do. So keep scrolling to find out where I stayed, where I trained (because you know I can't go two weeks without hitting up the gym), where we ate, and what we did.
It feels like I can't be kept away from Japan. This trip was my second visit within 7 months, and I'm already looking at booking a third. This time I travelled with one of my closest friends, who is also named Rachel. You can find her YouTube here and her Instagram here. Rachel-Lee and I began our trip in Tokyo, went on to Osaka, then Hiroshima, and finally back to Tokyo.