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.
On today, the 31st this last day of March, what better way to celebrate than looking back over the favorite pages of this month!
I’m really a fan of this subway style art. (Just wait till you see April’s!)
Can I just tell you that bullet journaling is awesome…and then enter the fountain pen. It’s like the Hallelujah Chorus is playing all the time in my head over this! The first fountain pen I used was the Pilot Metropolitan in the Medium nib. And. I. Literally. Just. Fell. In. Love. Head over heels kind of love.
I just loved it so much I purchased 3 more! My collection now consists of 3 medium nibs and 1 fine. Its beauteous, sleek, writes like a dream, and is super reasonably priced.
Life has seriously gotten away from me – and its been TWO WEEKS since I last posted. I PROMISE that will never happen. OH who am I kidding … I can’t make that promise.
Well anyways… today I wanted to do a little review on the Moleskin Hard Covered Squared Journal.
Sorry about the “heavy” posting this week. But this post has me SO EXCITED I could not wait any longer. And let me tell you – this post is AH-Mazing. Not only because my sister is freaking awesome, but because her first bullet journal totally shows you that you can just use any old notebook and make it work for you.
So here she goes: Enter Courtney.
I have to give all the credit to my lil sis for introducing me to the BEST planner in the world…the Bujo, of course. While I may not be as obsessed as she, I do love, love, love bullet journaling. The versatility is by far the biggest reason I’m sticking with the bujo.
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!