Another month has come and gone! So it’s time again to take a peek inside my BuJo for the month of July!
This may be a little redundant since I’ve already touched on how I journaled for my last little trip I went on… but I did promise in my last post that I would share what I did while I was on vacation.
I tried to journal every day. In my Pre-Vacation post I showed my toolbox of supplies that I took with me. That was actually probably more than I really needed to bring. But you never can tell.
Well June has come and gone, so it’s time again to share my favorite spreads from June!
So here you have it!
Keep on reading!
I’m leaving Sunday for a week in the Adirondacks. It’s been YEARS since I’ve actually had a week long vacation, and I’m overly excited, at least that’s what I tell myself since last night I got a whopping 1 hour of sleep. Plus with this trip there’s camping and hiking (and kayaking) involved.
I recently saw a post in one of the Bullet Journal Facebook groups I’m a member of about vacation Journaling and decided I was defenitly going to make that happen for this trip! Unfortunatly when I went back to look for the video to tag it I couldn’t find it! Sorry! Just know this idea isn’t actually mine.
I’ve mentioned that I’ve fallen in love with doing inductive Bible studies. And I used to use a prayer & bible study journal separate from my planning bullet journal. But I’ve been feeling lead to use the BuJo in a more memory-keeping, journaling type setting.
So with my recent completion of the book of Ezra, and now that I’ve moved on to Nehemiah I contemplated how to do this type of Inductive Study – taking notes and such within my planning Bullet Journal.
I love the start of a new month in my bullet journal. It’s a time to reflect on the past month; see what worked, throw out what didn’t, and then make changes and try new things.
This is another fun show!
We have just one more day… and I’ve totally fallen off the bandwagon of success the past few days.