Some of the most popular posts on my blog are my bullet journal monthly setups. Unfortunately for everyone involved, I haven’t graced the internet with one of these since October. That’s because the way I utilise my bujo has changed – I started university at the end of September and found that the spreads I normally use are unnecessary (and impossible to keep up with) as a student.
So from November, I switched techniques. Now, I only create weekly spreads. This is so I can focus on planning in everything I need to do without wasting time on pages that don’t add much value to my current lifestyle. So doing a monthly setup post would be pretty obsolete as it would just involve the title page and not much else. Instead, I thought I’d do a post with a selection of my most recent weekly spreads in the hope that it inspires you to get creative in your own journal.
Simple box designs
During weeks I don’t have much time, I usually resort to simple box designs like these.
When I have a few minutes to spare, I get to work with the pens. It’s still pretty simple, but a bit more time-consuming.
And if I want to spend some time relaxing doing something slightly more creative, I’ll get out the watercolours.
Bonus monthly spreads
As I never did monthly setups for November and December, I didn’t get a chance to put up the front pages for those months on the blog. Lucky for you, I decided to chuck them in at the end here – which just about wraps it up!
What do you like to include in your weekly spreads?
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