First things first, I know I promised a video but I tried filming so many times and when I finally spent hours on waiting it to upload, it’s quality SUCKED. So I decided I’ll just upload pictures on here which is much easier. You’ll also be spared from listening to me stammer. This was actually supposed to be up yesterday but I got caught up in IRL things and couldn’t. It’s kinda late, but not that much, right? We’re only 10 days into July.
So, onto the “flip through”!
When I got and started this book I didn’t mean for it to be a bullet journal so I just decorated the first couple pages and made lists as you will see in the following pictures…
Now, THIS is when I decided to make it a bullet journal a week before June so you can see my planning and what all I wanted in my trial.
The month calendar started out nice but I just ruined it while trying to make it look good. I cringe every time I see the page now.
I took the monthly log inspiration from Boho Berry where she wrote down small snippets of what happened that day. But I lost track after a bit and for July I’m only writing down appointments, work, to-remembers etc. For the dailies, the time header is also inspired by Boho Berry and I colored in how long I read, slept and others. I really like this page, it looks creative.
A bullet journal is also used for notes, planning and stuff. So you see the questions I thought of for the #BlogRechargeChat.
As you can see, I lost track of the daily time header here. I just didn’t feel like coloring it in but I liked the divide it gave and the look. So from the next day I made patterns instead.
A bullet journal is finally a journal. On this day I felt like making a journal entry to get something off my chest so I just did it here.
When empty space, doodle!
And the month ends here!
I hope you liked this flip through (?) and I’ll see you in another post, tomorrow!
Do you bullet journal? Would you like to?