Plan With Me: June 2020 Bullet Journal Setup (Strawberries and Bicycles)

Hello blogosphere! Here is a showcase of my June 2020 bullet journal spreads. This month’s doodles are strawberries and bicycles. I thought that this ode to summer would be an adorable theme for my bullet journal. Although I live on the California coast and June is defined by fog, or “June Gloom” as we call it, I still decided to go with a summer theme.

I have officially been bullet journaling for two years! My first bullet journal theme was watermelons in June 2018, and I have improved a lot over the course of a couple of years…if I do say so myself! Although for some reason I don’t have access to my very first bullet journal setup, click the link to view my second bullet journal theme, daisies, here. Yikes…but at least I’ve improved!

I also just recently updated my blog design, as you can probably tell! I am honestly so happy with it and was feeling the need for a change! I am still keeping my signature silver arrow for dividing sections and website format, but have edited my headers.

Supplies

  • Bullet Journal: Archer and Olive Bullet Journal
  • Calligraphy Pen: Faber Castell Black Pitt Artist Pen
  • Markers: Crayola Supertips
  • Fineliners: Sakura Pigma Microns

These are just a few of my favorite stationary supplies to bullet journal with! Some people just use a dotted notebook and a black pen. Others use paint, calligraphy pens, markers, washi tape, and the list goes on! It’s honestly a personal preference whether to go “all-out” or to utilize a more minimalistic approach to bullet journal

Cover Page

My cover page features strawberry doodles and a bicycle on a hill on the left. The song “Strawberry Fields” by The Beatles reminded me of this month’s theme, so I included a quote.

Monthly View

This next spread is my monthly view. On the left is another bicycle doodle and a notes section.

Writing and Running Tracker

This spread features a writing tracker to the right and a running tracker to the left. I think that habit trackers are a valuable way to chart progress throughout the month. With habit trackers, you can choose whatever you want to chart and then keep track of it! Whether you want to keep an eye on fitness, academic/work-related, financial or personal goals, habit trackers offer a great way to stay motivated and organized! I find that if I keep up on my habit trackers, I’m much more likely to achieve my monthly goals.

Weekly Spread

The last spread I will be showcasing today is my weekly spread. It is quite simple and minimalistic, but I loved the way it turned out!

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Do you bullet journal? What did you think of this month’s theme? What do you think of my new blog design? Let me know in the comments section down below.

Keep On Booking,

☆ Katie K ☆

18 thoughts on “Plan With Me: June 2020 Bullet Journal Setup (Strawberries and Bicycles)

  1. I love the Habit Tracker section! Great way to see hard work pay off for good habits and very effective to see and correct bad habits as well (cause we all have those)! Love the bicycle theme! Genius idea for June!

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  2. Beautiful spreads! I adore The Beatles. My last trip was to Liverpool, closely before lockdown began. The strawberry theme is so cute and I’m inspired to do it myself next month! Also love the blog revamp. It really suits your vibe. Have a great June! x

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    1. Thanks, Erin! Aren’t the Beatles the best? And I’m sooo happy I updated my blog design…I find it so refreshing to have a new web design! Thanks for reading and commenting. 💗 Have a great day!

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