Bullet Journal Set Up for July 2019

June 30, 2019

Hello everyone!

I can't believe we're already approaching July 2019 - we're officially into the later half of the year! This month my bullet journal theme is much simpler than last month's. When I went to use my bullet journal last month I realised I hated the set up I'd done, so I ended up barely using it last month. Hopefully I won't have the same problem this month!

As always, I started this month with my cover page. I drew two wonky circles, and decorated one circle with daisies and the other one with stars. I then used some alphabet stamps to write the lettering of the month. I love this cover page; it's so simple but it's still got little detailed elements that I love!

Over the page, I wrote out the numbers for my three goals and decorated them with similar wreaths to my cover page. I have yet to decide my goals for this month, but I'm very happy with the page! I again used my alphabet stamps to write the title of the page, and drew a line across the top with a yellow highlighter to continue the colour scheme.

On the opposite page, I set up my habit trackers for the month. To ensure the spread was more simple than last month's, I used dots instead of numbers to mark the dates. I continued the theme of the yellow stripe and alphabet stamps on all of the pages.

I did a calendar spread to be able to see the whole month at a glance. Of course I will still fill in my daily/weekly spreads with events, but I think it's useful to be able to see what your whole month looks like in terms of important dates! I tried not to add too much decoration so that it was nice and simple again, but I did add a row of daisies up one side of the calendar and stars up the other.

For the first time ever, I decided to do a page for 'a line a day'. The idea of these pages is that you write a phrase or sentence summing up what you did that day, or something that made you happy that day. I'm hoping that, if I use this page properly, I'll have a month full of happy memories to look back on at the end of the month.

One of the most useful spreads that I've been doing recently is a post schedule. Of course you know I run a blog, but I also have a YouTube channel, and it's so helpful for me to have a list like this where I can see which posts are going up when. I tried to lay out this month's post schedule as simply as possible. My schedule is that I post every Wednesday and Sunday at 7:30pm UK time, so I've laid out my post schedule with either day and the date of it.

My spreads for the month are some of the simplest I've done, and I'm very happy with them! I've left myself plenty of space for my to-do lists, and I love the wreaths surrounding the date numbers. I also used my alphabet stamps to write the days of the week. Finally, I alternated between leaving a space at the top of the left hand page or the bottom of the right hand page, and where the space was at the top, I drew stars hanging from strings, which I then included in the wreaths. Where the gap was at the bottom, I drew daisies, and used daisies in the wreaths throughout the spreads.

Overall, I'm very chuffed with this month's spreads. They are reasonably simple, but still included enough decoration to keep me entertained as I set them up, and to make me happy as I begin to use them! I hope you've enjoyed this post and found it a useful source of inspiration for your own bullet journal set ups.

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