Greetings bookish friends! Today I will be sharing with you my bullet journal spreads for November. This month I will be doodling some donuts — yum! I love how this month turned out, but my pictures are unintentionally blurry — please ignore that! Sorry this post is a little bit late, but I hope it gives you some inspiration or ideas anyway. Enjoy!
Supplies I Used:
- An A5 Dotted Bullet Journal
- Crayola Supertips
- Tombow Fudenosuke Calligraphy Brush Pen Soft Tip
- A pen
- A pencil
- An eraser
I’ve currently been loving my new tombows! These are a really popular brush pen, and I can see why. The writing is smooth, doesn’t smudge and is easy to control.
Here is my front page with a cute donut quote to the left. I’m loving how this spread turned out, although I kind of went crazy with the donut doodles!
Next is my standard monthly log. To the left, I have a section for blog stats and Instagram stats.
This next spread is my money tracker, blog post ideas page, and books I’ve read section. Last month, I didn’t really fill out any of my trackers because I was kind of unmotivated to fill them out, but I’m really liking how my trackers are looking this month.
And lastly, here is my weekly spread! I decided to keep it simple with some donut doodles and boxes for dividing the days of the week.
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Do you like donuts? What’s your favorite thing about bullet journaling? Have you ever written a blog post and then realized that your pictures were totally blurry? Do you spell it donut or doughnut? Let me know your thoughts in the comments section down below.
Keep On Booking,
🌸 Katie K 🌸 | Katie That Bookish Girl
Hi, and welcome back to another Plan With Me post! Last time we had a watermelon theme to kick off summer but now we have a daisy theme. This month, I switched up a lot of things with my bullet journal. I took out my mood tracker, habit tracker, and changed the layout of my weekly spreads. Hope you enjoy!
- Minimalism Art A5 Dotted Journal
- Crayola Supertips 100 count
- Pilot Precise Rolling Ball
- A good ol’ classic pencil
- A good ol’ classic eraser
All of these supplies have worked great and I haven’t had any problems.
First I have my cover page! I’m pretty happy with how this turned out. I even have a Tom Petty quote/song lyric on the other side! In case you didn’t know, I love Tom Petty.
Next is the monthly log! Nothing special here.
Above is my NaNoWriMo tracker! Last month I made one (I didn’t have it in last month’s Plan With Me, though) and found it really useful. This was an absolute nessicity to have.
In case any of you are wondering why I am doing NaNo in both June and July it’s because I spilt the challenge into 3 months so I wouldn’t be stressed and could focus on making a good first draft.
Next is the Blog Stats page, which includes post ideas, and what I read. I didn’t do this last month and I think it will definately come in handy!
Then I have my money tracker. I find this spread very useful, even if it is boring to fill it out.
Here is the Brain Dump page. When I put this in last month’s bujo, I wasn’t expecting it to be useful. I was wrong and I love this spread and am very happy with how it turned out!
And finally my weekly spread! I decided to change things up a bit and I loved how this spread turned out.
Thank you for reading my latest Bullet Journal post! What do you think of this spread? Do you like this month’s theme? Let me know down in the comments section.
Keep on Booking,