I’m starting a new journal!!! I am so excited to show you the spreads I’ve created in my beautiful nordic blue notebook. ❤ (It’s a Leuchtturm1917 notebook in medium with dot grid—I got it from Artist & Craftsman.) A lot of the pages I made are similar to the beginning of my last bujo (if you’re new here, you can check that out here) but I have definitely added some improvements!
P.S. I’m doing a separate post for my February plan with me, so keep an eye out for that…it should be up next week!
For the first time ever, I decorated my notebook cover! I am super pleased with how it turned out!! Redbubble was having a huge holiday sale in December, so I got these and a couple other stickers for really cheap. Here are the links to the separate stickers if you’re interested: feminism, succulents, Hermione, BLM, Stranger Things, wave.
The first page is always the index! I’m thinking I’ll highlight each monthly log I write in the index with the month’s color.
I think this is one of my favorite cover pages I’ve ever drawn! I combined two of my favorite things: succulents and polaroids.
Similar to my last future log, but this time, I’ve added a little more space and a large section at the end for 2019.
I’ve seen a lot of bullet journalists use this layout to track their mood throughout the entire year, and I’m very excited to try it out. I’ll be using this ‘year in pixels’ page in lieu of my usual monthly mood trackers.
I always have a page to write down collections (lists) I want to make in my journal.
Now on to the reading spreads! This first page is to track the books I read, and the second is for drawing books I want to read. I’ll be using it just for my immediate tbr—mostly books I already have but haven’t read yet.
I tried to make an book releases spread last time around, but it failed because I didn’t have enough space (I only used one page), so I’ve expanded to two pages!
I use this spread, inspired by christina77star, to track my blog statistics. I only made rows up until August, because I’m pretty sure my journal won’t last longer than seven months.
For obvious reasons, I have not yet filled in this page. It’s very straightforward: I just write down the website, my username, and my password. I created a passwords spread when I first started bullet journaling, and now I always know my passwords to everything!
Do you like to decorate your notebooks? How many months can you fit into your bullet journal? There is certainly a wide range—I know some bullet journalists can fill a notebook in three months, and some can fit a whole year into one notebook. For me, it generally takes 5-7 months.