A new month, new bullet journal spread. I got a bigger bullet journal, after finishing my last one at the end of summer. This has more room, which is perfect for the school year and my long to-do lists. The general layout stayed the same, but the theme this month was just a bunch of cloud doodles. I kept it minimalistic and clean. If you have a bullet journal, feel free to ask questions or leave a link in the comments!
front page. The lettering is a part of the theme, so it can be seen throughout the entire spread. It’s a nice, clean transition page.
notes. This is just a place to be messy with notes. A place to jot down anything – anywhere. I did the same hand lettering for the title and the little clouds to keep the theme going.
monthly spread. I like the little doodles around the page, keeping everything cohesive. This is probably my most useful and helpful page. It helps me see everything at once so that I can plan well. I only did a few clouds because I didn’t want to clutter the page.
first daily. The first daily page has a fun quote because I had extra space. I just wanted to included this page to show how I do the daily spread when it doesn’t take up the entire two pages.
daily. This is my favorite daily spread because it’s the most efficient for me, and it works really well for my day-to-day life. There’s also a notes box (you can never have too many notes sections). And of course, the small cloud doodles. I used a pen and colored pencil – it doesn’t bleed through.
That’s it! I had a lot of fun, sitting down and taking a break to finish my bullet journal. I’m happy with how it turned out, but If you have a bullet journal, feel free to ask questions or leave a link in the comments!
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