June Bullet Journal Setup

Hellooo 🙂

I’m back to show you my setup for June. I finally got ahead of the ball a little bit with my planning routine so I was able to set up in time to post about it before we actually get there! You’ll see this month I’ve changed a thing or two and will be trying some others. Also, it’s been raining for two days so I’m sorry the pictures are a little dark!

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june_cal

I’m not super artsy outside my imagination, so I usually don’t do a welcome page. I’ve thought about it countless times, but I have yet to end the month with an extra page and I like to have a full two-page month so I guess we’ll see in the future. This month I added a little baby July calendar in the bottom corner. I like that it looks like a tiny puzzle piece that would fit this one.

june_housekeeper_timelog

More than anything the changes involve the order of things, for May, I had my tracker right up against the month, but this time I decided to put my housekeeping and time log spreads there instead since I go back to the month page when I do my daily planning and so I won’t skip them that way, haha. Even though I have been pretty good at checking the housekeeper off, I’ve been kinda bad about scheduling bigger things in.

june_trackers

Next is my tracker, so it didn’t go too far. Note the whiteout from marking too far down the page. *sigh* I’ve trimmed my tracker yet again and I’m not sure what I’m going to do with the extra space, maybe I’ll put a quote in there or something.

I’m most excited about the changes to my weather and mood tracker though. I started it in May as a two section spread with one for weather and one for mood and energy and I’m very interested to see how this month goes as well. I’ve got a post in the works with my June pages filled out so you’ll see.

june_weathermoods

I haven’t decided on a color scheme yet, I may just keep the same one, but I’ll be tracking the actual high and low temps at the end of the day, as well as a visual (hence the doodles) in conjunction with my mood and energy level. I’ve noticed a few correlations in May so far and I’m interested to see if the trend continues.

june_mood_mandala

This month I’m also jumping on the mood mandala bandwagon. They turn out so beautiful and I find myself looking at them and thinking I want one so I finally gave myself a little scolding, bought a compass and protractor, and decided to just do it. We’ll see if I keep up with it. I honestly kind of like the circles as a pattern on their own!

june_gratitude

I am loving the way my gratitude page from May is turning out so I’m one hundred percent doing another. And I tend to write little notes and good things on my dailies, but I decided to also start writing one a day here. Like a highlight of the day type thing. Good handwriting practice if nothing else. 😛

june_editorial

Last but not least, a reformatted editorial and Instagram planner/tracker. One column for each blog and one for Instagram and one last column for stats. I really like how clean and neat this turned out despite the fact that I drew all the way down the page again instead of stopping at the thirtieth day!

I do still have quite a bit of coloring and color scheming to do, but I have some new mildliners coming(!) so I put it off until they arrive. I love stationary supplies, but I’m really trying hard not to get anything I won’t use so I’ve just had the one set for a few months and finally decided it’s time to expand.

That’s it for now! But, by the way, does anyone else feel like this year is flying by?

 

Supplies Used:

Leuchtturm1917 A5 Notebook Royal Blue 

Steadtler Triplus Fineliners

Zebra Mildliners

Faber-Castel PITT Artist Pens – sizes F and S  

Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pens

Student Drawing Compass and Protractor 

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