Hi, everyone! June is almost here – crazy, I know! -, so it’s time for another Bullet Journal setup ♡
For June I am going to switch back to my discbound notebook because I miss it, and hopefully I’ll stick to it for a while! (no promises, though)
As usual, I will explain what I use each spread for, list the supplies I used, and link you to my setup video. So without further ado, let’s get right into it…
I randomly saw a picture of a wooden board with flowers acting as a border, so I took inspiration from that and made a cute little plaque to welcome June into my life. Inspiration is everywhere, guys!!
You probably noticed my colossal mistake… 2010, really? hahaha
So for the calendar, I wanted to try Boho Berry‘s layout. I’ve been doing a list-format calendar for a while, and I find that, if I have more than one thing happening on a certain day, I can’t fit everything in that one day, so extending the calendar will definitely come in handy!
Like Kara, I created a column for all-day, AM and PM events, and also a column where I’ll write down my tasks/projects for the month. I’ll be using the same color code that I use for my Calendex, because it’s easy for me to quickly recognize whatever is happening on a certain day. I also added a tiny calendar, because it looks pretty ahahah
I think this layout is going to work very well, but I’ll keep you updated!
Habit & Self-Care tracker
Next up is my tracker, which looks pretty much the same as May’s tracker. I prefer to do it vertically instead of horizontally because this way there’s more space, and I don’t have to turn my journal around to fill it in each day.
I’m tracking the same things as always, but now I also track whether I take my vitamins/supplements. Like I did for May, I added the moon phases in the hopes of figuring out how the moon affects me, so I can maybe use it to my advantage??
Last time, I drew 31 flowers with the intent of coloring them in each day. This time, I didn’t feel like drawing a whole page of flowers, so I’m going to draw one every day and fill it in with the color that corresponds to my mood.
I love the Mood Mandala, but I can never keep up with it, and I hate to color in the bigger circles, so I give up for now!
One Line a Day
This month I’m going to attempt to actually keep up with this page – I really like doing it, I just rarely remember to! The idea is to write one line about your day, every day. It’s very simple, and you can write whatever you want. It’s also fun to look back on!!
Supplies I Used:
- Discbound notebook I made myself (find out how)
- Staedtler Pigment liners in various sizes
- Tombow Dual Brush Pens in 772 (pink), 623 (purple), 373 (teal), 991 (yellow), 761 (lighter pink), 873 (coral), 761 (carnation pink) and 451 (light blue)
- Zebra Mildliners: various colors
- Circle template from AliExpress
Alright y’all, that’s everything I have on my journal for June. I will be adding more spreads, so if you’d like to see them, definitely follow my Instagram account!
I hope you liked this setup, and don’t forget to watch the video where you can see me do all of them.
See you in my next post!! ♡
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