This year, I didn’t buy any premade planner/journal because I wanted to try bullet journaling. I was inspired by AmandaRachLee from YouTube who I consider the queen of bullet journaling. I’m very new to this and I hope to learn more doodles and improve my handwriting in the future.
I am so excited to show you, guys, my bullet journal for the month of February! I started last January but it’s only this month that I decided to share it here in my blog.For my cover page, I wrote February in calligraphy and drew little stars around it. On the left side, I drew bloodroot flowers that I learned from Jordan Clarke. Lastly, I wrote a very nice quote where I could relate so much.
To me, a rich and satisfying life means one full of contrast. Give me sleep in. And soft rains. Coffee shops and conversation. But also adrenaline and adventure. And drunken bellows to the stars. I am determined to embrace this extravagant life for all that it has to offer.Beau Taplin, A Disparate Life
On to the next page, I have my Habit Tracker, February calendar and a space for notes. Below the Note, I drew lavenders. I learned this from Shayda Campbell. Drawing lavenders have been my favorite these days. Very easy to do and they look so cute!
On to my weekly pages, I did a simple layout in adding sections for each day and I also used washi tape and stickers.
On the next weekly page, I drew boxes to separate each day with doodles of plants and I used washi tapes again. I also made a space for my gratitude list.
I ran out of ideas on how to lay out the next few days of February so I did these instead. Maybe next time I’ll stick to one layout per month instead. 😀
On the last part of this month’s set up, I made this page where I could glue pictures of happy memories I made for the month of February. I did this on my January set up and seeing the photos always brightens my day. I’m really excited to see this page filled with photos as the month ends.
What do you think of my bullet journal set up for this month? If you have suggestions, please let me know. 🙂
Thank you for reading!