Almost one entire month of 2019 has passed, and I obviously have not gotten used to it yet because I literally named all of the images for this post with ‘plan with me February 2018’ before I realized that it was no longer 2018 and I had to go back and change them all.
With a new month, of course, comes a new bullet journal setup post. I wasn’t exactly sure what my plan was going into this month’s setup, but I knew I wanted to change things up a little bit, and I’m pretty happy with what I have.
Like I said, I didn’t really have a solid idea of what I was doing when I started creating pages for February, so this cover page doesn’t match a whole lot with the rest of my spreads, but the color scheme makes them fairly cohesive, and I still like how this simple intro page looks.
The style for this page (and kind of the setup in general) was inspired by the amazing @kaylajournals. I made the calendar boxes on this spread a little smaller than I usually do to make more space for my to-do list and goals.
Here’s my ‘one happy thing per day’ spread—the main change this month is that I’ve decided to forgo numbering the boxes. I wanted to have more space to doodle/letter/journal, and it’s not too hard to figure out which day is which anyway.
My habit tracker (currently without the habits filled in) has some little vines on the top to match my other spreads from this month.
Do you usually plan out a theme before setting up your bullet journal, or do you just start and see where it takes you? How have you set up your journal for February? Chat with me in the comments!