Happy weekend! And happy long weekend to those who are in the US like myself—I’m so glad to be off school for three days! I managed to squeeze in some time earlier this week to set up my bullet journal for June, and I’m excited to share it with you all. Hope you enjoy!
Btw, this is my 100th blog post! Thank you all for supporting me. 🙂
One Line a Day
My first page this month is my one line a day. It wasn’t supposed to be the first page, but it just worked out that way, so I went with it.
This June cover page is basically just the first plant doodles that popped into my head. For the lettering, I wrote June with a Tombow pen, outlined the letters, and filled them in with dots from the bottom up, gradually spreading them out for a gradient effect.
I decided to increase the size of the boxes in my monthly spread for June so there’s a bit more space—other than that, this page isn’t too different.
Here’s my blog planner for June, where I’ll plan out my posts for the month. (Read this post to learn more about how I use this spread.)
I went with a simple feel for my habit tracker, with just the basic framework and a few flower doodles (in continuation with the plant theme).
I hope you liked this quick setup post! Let me know in the comments—how will you be setting up your bullet journal for June?