I jumped on the bandwagon and I started a bullet journal. This all happened because I won a beautiful personalised Leuchttrum 1917 notebook in Noted in Style‘s Instagram giveaway a couple of months ago.
Now the reason I am writing this post is that my bullet journal isn’t in anyway beautiful or artistic. It is decorated with stickers and filled with clashing colours! But despite this, I am still sharing my basic spreads with the world to prove that a bullet journal can be basic. You don’t have to be artistic to create one!
So far I have only done annual spreads. This is because I wanted to f into the habit of using it on a regular basis before jumping into monthly spreads! As you will see I am yet to master adding it to my routine as there is a chuck where I may have forgot…
I decided to write down a few things that I would like to achieve this year. I won’t be disappointed if I don’t achieve them but it would be nice if I did!
This is almost a must in all bullet journals it seems! As you can see this year has been pretty good so far!
I’ve been struggling with my sleep for a while so I thought this would be a good thing to track. Although most people track how long they sleep for I thought I would track whether or not it was a good nights sleep.
This year I am going to university so I needed to start saving. At the end of every month, I add to the trackers. Each time I add to the tracker I will use a different colour each time I add to my saving accounts.
Blog views tracker
I wanted to track something to do with my blog and I thought views would be the obvious choice! As you can see March was an amazing month for me but a month I know will be hard to beat!
You may have noticed that I only use one side of each page. This is because on the blank pages I am going to print off my favourite quotes and stick them in.
Hopefully, as I become more confident I will be able to create more spreads with you!