My bullet journal for June 2017

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Happy June everyone!

Enjoy some of my bullet journal pages for June 2017. As you can see, my theme colour for this month is sea green (Tombow dual brush pen 346).

My monthly spread is basically same with the previous month. I’m not quite happy with the darkened tip of my first arrow below the monthly title, but I had to fill it out before ruining it… (saddened)

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I don’t normally use washi tapes unless I have a major mistake to cover up. As you can see on the side, I had to cover my failed border with the grassy washi tape. Surprisingly, the washi tape ended up so natural with the monthly theme colour. Out of satisfaction, I applied another washi tape at the bottom of the page. As a result, my habit tracking page is fuller than ever!

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This is my favourite page of the month. Enjoy my wholly new mood tracker! See how my grassy washi tape adds joy to this page.

I don’t know why but I hated the idea of using the same design for another mood tracker. I’ve discovered the fun of coming up with the ideas of new tracking spreads.

New for June 2017

  • 4 mood colours (1 colour shorter than May)
  • New Work Log to be added during the month

I hope that your June will be full of happy moments!

My Bullet Journal Setup for May 2017

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How do you all feel about the new month?

Here’s my bullet journal for May 2017. This month’s theme color is rose red. I don’t know how I came up with those stripes, but I’m happy with them.

As you can see, the left page is Ryder Carroll’s method of monthly spread, divided into two columns for upcoming tasks and accomplishments. My first experience with this method worked well for April, so I’m sticking with it.

I’m doing well with monthly habit tracker since last December. It’s traditional tracker that keeps me on track with daily routines and positive habits. The bottom of the page is intentionally blank, in case of adding more habits.

 

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I’m doing new mood tracker since last March. I didn’t track my mood in April because I was not sure about my new experience with the dot grid notebook. I got the idea of this tracking spread from here.

As an independent worker, I organize my work assignments and income with my bullet journal. As the last Work Log was full with the work assignments in April (another busy month!) I needed to set up a new Log for May. This Work Log spread was inspired by Pretty Prints and Paper.

Added 

  • mood tracker

Removed

  • Monthly title page

I hope you enjoyed my bullet journal setup for May, and I wish you a happy and fulfilling month!