We’re halfway through June already, can you believe it? I know I can’t. This month has definitely turned into something of a major pain in the wallet, and I’m hoping that this will be the last of it for a long while.
But let’s talk bujo.
Apologies for those who follow me on Instagram, as these images are nothing new…!
I’ve changed the format here and there from the last couple of months. I’ve eliminated the daily meal note I used to make and instead created a page as a meal tracker. Much easier to track and review if it gets its own page!
I still keep the monthly future log alongside the habit tracker to the right. However, I’m planning on doing a different format for July. Being that I’m addicted to Pinterest (and Instagram, and Tumblr, and..) and I see so many beautiful designs, it’s going to be a little hard to decide. But I’m definitely going to create something more of a standard calendar. Color coding the weekends are okay, but I’d like to try something else for the next one. With every new month comes a new design, which make bulletjournaling all the more fun.
These are the spreads for the past 3 weeks (not including this week). I’m definitely a fan of the cooler hues. Not crazy for the warm reds and yellows. I’ve been keeping a daily highlight or doodle beside my daily never-ending to-do list, which is so perfect for bringing me back to that memory when I look back on it. Some days, I don’t get as much time as I’d like to to draw up a memento, but that’s okay.
Beside my meal tracker, I began a new tracker… my to-read list! So I’m being conservative in this sketch here because if you know me on Goodreads, you know that I have about 140 books in this list. So instead, I’ve drawn up the books I’d like to get to first, stacked by category. The tall list would be the sff list, of course. The middle list is classic literature, and the stack on the right is there to balance out the other two stacks.
Because I’m a little OCD like that.
So when I get around to it, I’ll start coloring in the books that have been read!
If any of you lovely readers have a bujo, I would love to see them!