Bullet Journal | January 2019

February 13, 2019

Hello everyone!

Today I wanted to share my bullet journal set up for January 2019, to give fellow bullet journallers some inspiration for future months.


My cover page is a wreath, inspired by the hundreds of cover page wreaths I've come across on Pinterest. I've done wreaths before but I'd never filled them out so much before; they never looked this busy and involved, but I really like how this one looks. I added some stickers from Elliebeth designs into the wreath and into the corners to add a little bit more interest and another texture, and I'm so happy with how this cover page looks - it's now one of my favourites!



I've continued in the same notebook I used throughout 2018, and that means that 2019 started right in the middle of a notebook. To make each month of the year more easy to find, I got these tabs from Elliebeth Designs. I really like the rainbow colours and I'm looking forward to adding to the rainbow every month this year!


I always like to set my habits and goals for the month using this basic layout. This month the habits that I want to achieve are journalling, stretching, drinking two litres of water, and singing daily. My goals this month were to put up a YouTube video every week, drink two litres of water a day (it was an important goal for me, that's why I wrote it down in two places), and to get up to Week 4 in the NHS 'Couch to 5K' podcast.


This month, I went for a layout for my weekly spreads that I'd never done before. I like it in theory, I think that the full spread looks really nice, but when it comes to writing in my tasks, I find I can only really fit three things in the boxes before it looks far too full and a bit too busy. I think that next month, I will go for a similar layout but try to allow myself a bit more space for the tasks because this layout isn't quite working for me.


I realise that this post reads like an advert for EllieBeth Designs (not spon, I promise), but how cute are these polar bear stickers?! I love them too much for words!

The notebook I use for journaling is the Leuchtturm 1017 with dotted pages, and it's available to buy [here]. My favourite fineliners, which I used throughout this spread, are the Uni-Pin fineliners, and are available [here]. The stickers are called 'Snow Fairy', and are available [here].

I hope that you've enjoyed this post and that it is beneficial for bullet journalling inspiration!

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