July 2020 Bullet Journal Setup
July is here! I can't believe we're already half-way through 2020...and yet, at the same time, I can't believe we're only half-way through 2020. You feel me?
New to the world of bullet journaling? Check out my introductory bujo post here, where I help you navigate through picking out your first journal and finding innovative inspiration through materials you already have on hand.
A new month means a new bullet journal spread, and in honor of all things Americana, patriotic, and red-white-and-blue, I added a bit of 4th-of-July flair to my calendar this month.
My last two bullet journal monthlies have featured scraps of colorful patterned paper that I had on hand, and I've enjoyed implementing it so much that I've gone for it again this month, ala red-white-and-blue starry flag theme. I can't believe I had this much paper lying around doing nothing. Finally, a purpose!
I'm big on habit trackers, but I have a really particular way of using them. Most often I see trackers designed to track separate habits in little boxes or some-such, but I like to save as much space as possible and track everything in one place. For some reason--perhaps the visual learner in me--I'm keen on doodling a picture of the habit instead of writing it out. It's cathartic, somehow. If you're struggling with your trackers, maybe try my method out!
I like to keep my weekly spreads stretched and space-y. I don't like to limit my journal to documenting daily tasks and to-dos without giving myself room for a recap of the day's events and other important information I want to remember.
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That's my bujo setup for July 2020! Phew, I hope the latter half of this year goes by a lot better for the world and us folks in it. May this month bring you blessings and joy!
Until next time,