It’s Wednesday, it’s time for coffee and I haven’t shared any of my bullet journal for a while. Join me?
This week, I’m drinking a coffee roasted by Clifton. The Malawi Sable has tasting notes of redcurrant, prune and jalapeno, which is not as strange tasting as it sounds.
Both my June and July journals are really simple; I haven’t really had the time or inclination to do anything fancy the last few months. I’ve just been doing basic pages during the last few months: a calendar, a to-do list, habit tracker, TBR and my happy things pages.
June had an orca and sea theme. I even got round to taking staged photos of this one. The design was done in fineliner pens, with orcas and / or waves on each page. I did a really small calendar page for June because nothing was happening, and it worked out fine.
July had a less planned out theme. Honestly, I left it very late and had no real inspiration so it’s just a colourful blue / green / purple swirl in a combination of watercolour and pencils, but I’m happy with how it turned out. The colours are actually a lot brighter in real life. I’ve made my calendar a full page this month as there are a few birthdays and a family wedding happening, but everything else is really simple.
Do you keep a bullet journal? Have your journalling habits changed during lockdown?