Coffee and … My December Bullet Journal

Today, I’m sitting with my coffee to share my December Bullet Journal spreads. Join me?

The Coffee:

This week, I’m drinking a beautiful Kenyan coffee from Steampunk. The Gititu with tasting notes of peach, raspberry and vanilla. And it tastes as good as it sounds.

The Journal:

I’ve decided to totally change my theme for the last month of the year, and I have no idea why. There are no watercolours though, this one is all fineliners and gold pen.

First up is my Title Page for the month. I’ve gone with a theme of baubles and decorations, and added a little quote. This did not turn out at all like it looked inside my head, but I still like it.

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Next is my Month at a Glance page, which I’m annoyed with because there are too many Mondays and Tuesdays in December to fit onto my usual set up, so I’ve had to stick the last two days of the month at the start. I used the gold for the header line, which I really liked. But I do think this page is lacking some colour.

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Next are my To Do and Books pages. I’ve kept these simple, using the gold lettering and the hanging Christmas decorations.

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After that, come my trackers. This seemed like a good idea at the time, but I regretted my decision approximately three strings in. These are meant to look like hanging beads and I’ve added some colour to the ribons and excess beads I drew.

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And last comes my Happy Things page, which I’ve kept really simple with coloured ribbons hanging from the top of the page. I plan to fill this in in coloured pens to really make it pop.

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If you follow me on Instagram or Twitter, then you might have noticed I’ve already started prep on my 2020 bullet journal and I’ll be sharing my yearly set ups with you next week.

Do you BuJo? Link me to your posts! Have you started your new year set up yet?

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