September Bullet Journal Setup

I am loving being back into bullet journalling and getting creative with the different designs. I love the start of a new month, especially when its the start of Autumn. I love Autumn, as I love reasons to wear cosy jumpers and chunky scarves. The fresh crisp days makes me happy.

I enjoyed setting up this months bullet journal pages. I got all cosy put a programme on and got designing. I decided to incorporate all of the colours I felt represented Autumn and I am really excited to use these pages. If you want to read about my other bullet journal posts, you can read them here and here.

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I like to put a page with the title of the month, its a fresh start for a fresh month and keeps it separate from the previous month. I wanted to keep the page simple with the different shades of orange and brown. I loved the quote I found online so I decided to put  that on the title page and it gives me a reason to try different lettering.

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I sometimes have a terrible memory, so having a habit tracker can help me take note of everything. Also, they say if you break or change a habit it takes several weeks to become the norm. I can keep a record of my steps for example. It will help me find any patterns and what I can do to change them. I tried a new layout to record this. I usually use a big table, but I definitely like this layout better, it is a simpler and cleaner look.

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I have a page specifically for recording all my blog views, visitors, likes and comments. Having a record of these allows me to track patterns of the best days to post. Also what days I may need to improve my engagement and promote more of my posts to help my views.

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With these weekly spread pages I wanted to incorporate the colours and the Autumn leaves. I use the weekly spreads to write my to-do lists and events.

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I included a quote at the end of the weekly spreads. “Every end is a new beginning” Again, it gives me a chance to include more brush lettering. These pages help keep me on track with every task I need to complete and ensure I stay motivated and organised.

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I have this page so that I can plan ahead for my blog and know what content I want to create this September. It means I can stay ahead of myself and keep organised and it not be stressful getting the content onto my blog. I have created titles for all posts this month, but chosen not to share them in this photo. They are secret..shhh! Ha ha! It also means I can look back and see all the content I have created on my blog.

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I like to use this page to see what blog posts were the most well received. Reflection is key for growth and development.
Do you have a bullet journal spread for September? What are you most looking forward to this Autumn? I’d love to hear in the comments.

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50 thoughts on “September Bullet Journal Setup

  1. I just started my bullet journal and what better month to do so. The “ber” months are definitely my favourites. 🍁🍂🎃 Your layout this month is lovely, the colours are perfect for this time of year and I like the two quotes you’ve added. It’s given me some more inspiration for my own bojo.

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  2. The aesthetic is so full of fall feels and colors, and I love the little quotes you have in there to; the lettering is lovely. Seeing your page for keeping track of daily views inspires me; I would love to have all my stats easily accessible.

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  3. I love the look of bullet journals but I haven’t started one yet. But I think I’d really like it as I love writing things by hand and I live for my planner. I’m really loving your September theme with the fall foliage. My question is, what do you do if you want to write something down for a few weeks from now? As I understand it (and maybe I’m wrong), you only draw/write out the current week. But sometimes I have a thing come up and I need to note it down a few weeks from now. Do you just draw ahead or? Thanks for your help!

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  4. I love that you have so many shades of Fall in markers, I need those!! I literally only had an orange, yellow and a brown to work with but I did it anyway haha. I love that you had a blogging schedule as well… I think if I did that for mine, I might be more committed to keeping up with blog posts when I go back to school! Great setup Lauren!

    Geraldine | https://geraldinetalks.com

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  5. Loving your spreads for this month. I kept my very simple and used some stamps and just one colour of brush pen which is a light sand Tombow. I’m keen to start tracking my blog info more consistently including posts, stats and the effects of more regular posting. I really need to make an effort to post more often too!

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  6. I always love seeing your bullet journal pages, Lauren! You are super creative! I always feel inspired to give it a go after reading your posts! I love the Autumnal colours and your lettering is absolutely gorgeous. It’s great that you keep track of your blog life in here too, it’s a good idea to keep everything in one place, you so organised #goals. I hope you have a fantastic September lovely, thanks for sharing your latest creativity! ❤ xxxx

    Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com

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  7. Up until this year I’ve been utterly hopeless with keeping any kind of diary, journal, bullet journal. It’s usually a miracle if I last a month or so. That was until I treated myself to a Hobonichi at the beginning of this year… It’s somewhere between a diary and a journal, I think, but I’m loving it!

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  8. I have always wanted to start a bullet journal but just am not super artsy. I love this! Your layout is beautiful! I love that you even include for your blog! That’s amazing! Can’t wait to see what next month looks like!

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