Since sharing my post about things you should know before you start a bullet journal, I have had so many messages about setting up a spread that is minimalistic. I thought because I am having a busy month, that taking the minimal amount of time to set up for June would work best for me.
Are you interested in being part of the bullet journal community? That is awesome! Welcome! Bullet Journaling is becoming such a well known and well used form of planning.
Oh my goodness, it is so good to be back! I had to take a very immediate break from my blog and social media as I was extremely poorly. I have been on bed rest for over a week to avoid going to hospital. Trying to completely stop and rest I actually found really hard ha ha! I am so glad to be back on social media and my blog, I am of course taking it slow, but I have missed talking with you all.
Start of Spring and we are all having to spend most of our time indoors. I hope you are all keeping safe and healthy. This bullet journal set up is going to be a bit different.
March has come around so fast! February was a busy month for me, mine and my dads birthday on the 11th and having celebrations with family and friends. It is now time for another bullet journal set up post.
It’s that time again where I design and share my bullet journal set up with you for the brand new month ahead. There were certain aspects of my January set up I wanted to recreate for the month of February.
A bullet journal can be so versatile and you can record different information. The bullet journal process is where I was first introduced to habit trackers.
Habit trackers are exactly what they say, they are a way of tracking your habits. The simple way to measure whether you completed a habit. There are plenty of theories you can find online about how many days it takes to form or break a habit. There is a 21/90 rule, this is where you commit to a habit for 21 days straight. It has said after the three weeks it should have become a habit. You then continue the habit for a further 90 days.