In July 2017
I started my very first bullet journal and fell in love with it.
I love goaltrackers for keeping track of my goals. Checking off my list every night helps me te stay motivated and during the day I think about the things I can do so I can colour the boxes. My moodtracker is right underneath my goaltracker so I can see if keeping my resolutions influences my mood. And yes, I could say that it does. Not always, but most of the time it actually makes a difference!
In the month September I wanted to save money, so I also made a Moneytracker. I wrote down the things I bought and how much they costed. I also made a gratitude diary to practice being more grateful. I wrote down one thing I was grateful for that day. Until… I forgot. I don’t know why but I wasn’t really motivated to do it. Maybe I should try it again.
Keeping track of my social media followers is also a fun thing to do. I can easily see if my social media is growing.
For my weekly spreads I tried a clean but also decorated look. The weeks match well because I used the same patterns, stamps and colour scheme for all of them.
The last week I made is my favorite one. I love the collage style. This might be my favorite page of my whole bullet journal because it truly reflects my aesthetic.
The video I made about these pages is in Dutch, but it might be fun to watch it anyway. It can be very relaxing to watch! If you have any questions about the pages I’ve made or you just want to let me know what you think, leave a comment down below!
Products I used:
- Faber Castell pencils and fineliners
- A lot of magazines (mostly Flow magazines)
- The big number stamps are from Hema
- Stamps used for the numbers and days are from Sostrene Grene
- My bullet journal is from MUS and it’s called ‘Mijn bullet journal’