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.
When I first started Bullet Journaling…I was afraid of the typical monthly spread you see in bullet journals.
You know… the one where you list down the dates from top to bottom on the page. I assumed that wasn’t “calendar” enough for me, and that I would HATE it. So I attempted to try several monthly calendars with a box for each day. Needless to say… I’m now a 100% fan of the “typical” monthly spread… More on that in another post.
Continue reading “3 Monthly Calendar Grid Spreads”
I’ll be honest, the current bullet journal I’m in is by far my favorite. I’ve spent lots of time and love on this journal. So with that being said, since we’ve now embraced October, I wanted to share a little bit of September with you.
The first page was my September memories page. This was the first time I really stuck with a memories page. I wanted to do just the highlights: a camping trip, my birthday, a trip to the zoo and a conference I attended.
Second, we see my monthly overview page. I added the leaf stickers as an extra Hello Fall fun!
Third, my habit tracker, which around the 20th I started to stop tracking. I will attempt a tracker again in October, and we shall see how far I will get this time.
Fourth, a glance at the #rockyourhandwriting challenge I wanted to do, but never did.
And finally, fifth, a glimpse at some daily pages from this month.
What about you? How was your September. Share with us your photos in the comments!
And here we are with the next post in the Anatomy of the Bullet Journal series! We’re getting there! Today is all about Daily Planning.
I would consider there to be three forms of daily planning within the bullet journal. At least, there are three forms that are most commonly used. I have attempted all of them. Some I use and some I don’t, and as always each of them can be completely customized to be what you want it to be.
If you’ve missed the previous posts in the Anatomy of a Bullet Journal Series, check them out here. Today, lets dive right into Future Planning.