It’s time to sit with a coffee and take a look at this month’s bullet journal. Join me?
This week’s coffee is from Clifton Coffee Roasters. It is the Kenyan Kagumoini AA, with tasting notes of blackcurrant, rhubarb and gooseberry.
I’ll be honest, I wasn’t at all into setting up my bullet journal this month. I’ve kept it really simple with some bright colours, and although it’s definitely not my best work, I’m happy with how it turned out.
My Title Page is quite simple, just the month in plain font and some flowers and trees. I’ve stuck to bright, spring-like colours and simple flower patterns throughout this and it turned out much better than I was expecting it to!
I’ve also kept At A Glance quite simple this month, using the same bright colours and floral patterns. There’s not a lot going on this month since we’re all social distancing, but I do have some birthdays in there so it’s not completely wasted!
Next is my To Do List and my Brain Dump page. I love how the doodles have turned out on these pages, they’re quite cheery! My To Do List has a few things on, but this month the Brain Dump is proving more useful as I get all those niggly worries out before heading to bed.
My Trackers page is next. These are really important at the moment for making sure I keep up some good habits but I’ve kept the page really simple again and am putting a cross for each day that I complete a habit, so they sort of look like little growing flowers or trees as I complete them.
My Reading page is always one of my favourites and this one turned out really bright. I’ve added the TBR Ames chose me this month, along with space to record any additional books I read, any books I add to my TBR, and my top 3 at the end of the month.
I also have an extra reading page this month for recording my reading for the OWLs Readathon. I’ve already done a post about this, so I won’t go into it here, but I’m just using this to record the books I manage to complete for the readathon.
And finally, I have my Happy Things spread. This is another page where I really love how the art turned out. There’s not a lot happening this month whilst we’re in lockdown, but I think that makes it more important to take some time to reflect on the little things that are making me smile.
Have you done any bullet journalling this month? Has the lockdown changed what you’re recording?