librarianaSometimes bullet journaling feels like (and at the beginning, primarily is) a humongous experiment on figuring out what works... trying things out (which is what I think I'm doing here with this weekly spread) and then reconfiguring or polishing a layout. . I know what I'd like to be tracking or keeping a record of... but throughout this entire process, I've been trying to gain inspiration from others while still maintaining some individuality and narrowing down a style I'll be hap...
The monthly spread from this Bullet Journal is fantastic! I like that it's a regular calendar so I can pull information from it quickly since it's a known format. There's still room for those monthly to-dos and having the monthly habit tracker on the same page is interesting, although I'm leaning toward giving that its own page.
It's no secret how much we love the versatility of the bullet journal. If something doesn't work, change it. It's the customization to our busy life. That's what I had to face when I started my April's monthly spread. When I looked at my Calendex and Future Planning (yes, I use both), I realized that I wouldn't be able to fit everything into my usual monthly spread. Therefore, I had to create a new one last night. I decided to combine key elements of Calendex, Future Planning, traditional .....