While my weekly layouts weren’t great, my monthly bullet journal spreads for May were a little better! Let’s talk about some of the things that worked, and some that didn’t. Not all monthly bullet journal spreads are created equal. Here are some that I likely won’t do again.
Even though I’m an artist, April was the first time I added art to my monthly bullet journal layouts! I normally stick to washi tape and marker accents. I added doodles to my monthly bullet journal spreads in the form of flower collage. // Photo Count: 9
Interested in seeing how I design my bullet journal? Here is a sample viewing of my spreads for March! // Photo Count: 5
I don’t think I’ve ever had this many pages dedicated to monthly planning in my bullet journal! // Word Count: 365 // Photo Count: 3
June sees me back to my regular larger and more complex layouts for my monthly spreads! I’m excited to show you the new things I’m trying for the next five weeks.
// Word Count: 533 // Photo Count: 3
A quick look at the 4 pages I’m using for my May monthly spreads! I’m excited to get back to the creative and artistic aspect of my bujo. Word Count: 442 // Photo Count: 2
After what happened at the end of March in my bullet journal, I decided to completely change how I approached April. // Word Count: 117
Modules and logs and migration are fancy words for simple concepts. So how do they work in the bullet journal? // Word Count: 893