Hey everybody, and happy November!
I realized the other day that I didn’t do a September plan with me, and I was so bummed! So, for my first post coming out of Blogtober and the very first of November, I decided I would share my Bullet Journal layouts with all of you.
As I have said many, many times before Bullet Journaling has become one of my favorite things to do. I love incorporating spreads into each month that help keep me on track and motivated.
This month I stuck with a Fall color theme, and if I do say so myself, I think it made the layouts look so much nicer and cleaner. I used the Crayola Super Tips focusing on the colors Maroon, Sun Yellow, and Olive.
For my monthly cover I did a simple, Fall themed page. I opted for a super minimal monthly overview with a different section to list important dates I need to remember.
For my second spread I did a combination of an area to brainstorm blog post ideas above an area to list some things I want to learn how to do. Next to those, I dedicated a whole page to writing down my daily gratitude (there is a line to write down what I am grateful for each day of the month – this is perfect for good ol’ Thanksgiving month).
Since it’s getting to the time where I will be buying Christmas presents, I decided it would be a really good idea to track what I’m spending and save up. This spread is super cool because I can see what area I am spending the most in (which always seems to be food and coffee lmao).
For my weekly spreads this month I decided to keep it pretty minimal again. I had sections for each day to dedicate to my blog, school, and “other.” Instead of mapping things out in the order I need to do them, I thought this would be a good change. This way I can get things done as I can throughout the day without feeling stressed and pushed into a time constraint. Of course I had to add an area for notes and a cute quote with less than mediocre doodles as well.
There you have it; my November Bullet Journal! Do you like incorporating spreads into your bullet journal that are not the typical “planner” type spreads such as my gratitude and budget ones? Let me know!
with all the love and positive vibrations sent your way,