Plan with Me | Bullet Journal Setup for December 2020

Happy December everyone! My Spotify Wrapped has just arrived. (Yes, the Glee cast was my top artist of the year yet again.) I am deep in online holiday gift shopping. My classmates are counting down the weeks until the glorious period known as winter break.

In other words, 2020 is coming to a close, and with the last month of a year comes one final bullet journal setup.

Bullet journal cover page with a white border and text overlaid that reads "December '20 Plan with Me"

On a whim, I came up with this kinda chill, purple-y, nighttime theme, eschewing the traditional holiday-themed spreads that I’ve done a few times at this point. (Nothing against those themes—I was just looking to do something I haven’t done before.) I’m not sure what to name this theme exactly, but I hope you enjoy looking at these spreads as much as I enjoyed making them!

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Cover page

My cover page for December:

December bullet journal cover page, with a drawing of a record player and a window to a starry night on a purple wall

I carried the color scheme into my monthly spread, which has a newly-formatted goals section that I’m fairly excited to test out, despite its simplicity. The idea is that I’ll put general goals at the top, and more actionable weekly goals in the rows below.

December bullet journal monthly spread, with a calendar, a header that reads "december" against a purple background, and a vertical panel with the title "goals"

Closeup of bullet journal monthly spread, with a calendar and the title "december" against a purple background with string light doodles on top

Tracker(s)

I was very happy with the condensed tracking spread I used last month, so I decided to recreate it pretty much exactly how I originally conceived it. I’ve been especially enjoying making a little graph in the mood tracker section.

December bullet journal habit tracker spread, with a vertical dutch door setup and small sections on the bottom for mood and spending tracking

On the other side of the dutch door, highlights for each day and a sleep tracker:

The other side of the bullet journal dutch door spread above, with a column for December highlights and a column for sleep tracking

For my last spread, I was inspired by @bookstaandbujo on Instagram. Throughout the month, I’ll use these two pages to keep track of things I’m enjoying, and at the end, I’ll tape in some related photos. I actually made one of these for November already, but it wasn’t in my Plan with Me post because I only started it mid-month.

Bullet journal spread with title "December Stuff" and six boxes with titles "watching," "listening," "reading," "wearing," "doing," and "feeling"

Supplies Used

  • Leuchtturm1917 notebook (a5 size, dot grid, powder color) | Amazon
  • Faber-Castell Pitt artist pens | Amazon
  • Tombow Dual Brush Pens | Amazon
  • Uni-ball Signo white gel pen | Amazon
  • Washi tape (grid pattern) | Amazon
  • Tombow Fudenosuke brush pen | Amazon

Let's Chat

Thanks for reading! I hope you have a good rest of your year ✨

♥ Annie

Bullet journal cover page with text that reads "Plan with Me December 2020"

22 thoughts on “Plan with Me | Bullet Journal Setup for December 2020

  1. Hi Annie! A bit late here but I absolutely love your set up. It hits the perfect balance between minimal and decorated. I’ve just started in a new Leuchtturm1917 and am hoping to be consistent in bullet journalling this year.

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  4. I’m thinking of trying to go with a bujo for 2021, wish me luck! Since I’m a newbie, and not really artistic anyway, it’ll probably be very minimalist, but I love looking at blogs like yours to inspire me to actually make one anyway. Thanks for sharing!

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