My Seventh (!!) Bullet Journal

Bullet journal future log spread with text overlaid reading "My 7th Bullet Journal"

I kind of can’t believe it, but I recently (as in, three months ago and I am just now posting it) started my seventh bullet journal. I’ve been bullet journaling for a little over four years, so I like to think my skills have improved a bit, and today I’ll be taking you all on a little tour of the spreads I set up to start off my new notebook!

(If you’d like to see some other journal pages in this new volume, see: my fall plan with me / my December plan with me.)

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First up is my cover page, which has a bit of a collage element going on. (And I am just now realizing I forgot to photograph. Sorry about that! I’ll try and get a picture sometime soon if I can catch some sunlight in my room.)

Then, of course, is my future log. I prefer a vertical layout, and I had some fun with the font for the month titles.

Future log bullet journal spread

Future log bullet journal spread

For the last page of my future log (I like to have planning space for far in advance), I split the page into two boxes, one for the later months of 2021 and one for 2022.

Bullet journal spread with future log and year in Polaroids

Next, I drew up a base for my 2020 in Polaroids spread, which I’ve done for one or two years now and was inspired by AmandaRachLee, one of my favorite bullet journal creators. Looking forward to taping in a photo from each month at the end of the year!

Year in Polaroids bullet journal spread

This is a goals page which I hadn’t actually filled out yet when I took this photo (whoops). I had a lot of fun with this font!

Goals bullet journal spread

This is a little spread I made to keep track of miscellaneous projects I want to accomplish, etc.

Projects bullet journal spread

These two lists are (1) non-urgent tasks, and (2) bullet journal monthly theme ideas.

List bullet journal pages

Next up is a classic bullet journal spread for readers, the to-be-read shelf. This time, I decided to incorporate a color code based on whether the book is one I own physically, a book on my Kindle, or a book owned by a family member.

Books to read bookshelf bullet journal spread

Here’s where I’ve been keeping track of books I’ve read. (I copied over the books I read earlier in 2020 as well.)

Books read bullet journal spread

And here’s a list of movies and shows I want to watch, organized by which streaming service they’re on:

Watchlist bullet journal spread

This is a new spread I came up with to track in-progress tv shows—each time I finish a season, I color in the bubble with the corresponding number.

TV tracker bullet journal spread

The next set of pages includes (1) a movie log, and (2) my passwords (which I have of course blurred out).

Movie log and passwords bullet journal pages

Finally, I dedicated this list to things I want to buy:

To buy bullet journal spread

Supplies Used

  • Leuchtturm1917 notebook (a5 size, dot grid, powder color) | Amazon
  • Faber-Castell Pitt artist pens | Amazon
  • Tombow Dual Brush Pens | Amazon
  • Washi tape (grid pattern) | Amazon
  • Tombow Fudenosuke brush pen | Amazon
  • Pilot Metropolitan fountain pen | Amazon
  • Staedtler Triplus Fineliners | Amazon

Let's Chat

And that’s all for my first few spreads in my new journal! Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed taking a look at these, and I hope you’re all having a good month so far. 💫

♥ Annie

Projects bullet journal spread with text reading "Setting Up My 7th (!!) Bullet Journal" and "Blossoms and Bullet Journals"

13 thoughts on “My Seventh (!!) Bullet Journal

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  2. Loved this post – your bujo layouts are always stunning! I’m going back to a bullet journal after trialling a planner this year (Amanda Rach Lee’s Doodle Planner!) and I’m so excited to start setting up my spreads. I’ve missed it! Your titles are all stunning too. I’m still not 100% sure what spreads I’m going to use though so I’m still planning this out a bit more. I might try and incorporate digital planning with it but I’m not sure?!

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