So I have been using my Bullet Journal roughly a month now and I absolutely love it! My weeklies are perfect, I managed to keep up with my habit and mood tracker and I couldn’t wait to set up the spreads for July. I did make a few adjustments, but the layouts are more or less the same. I thought it would be nice sharing my new spreads with you, since I also added a new collection I am really excited about! (If you are new to bullet journaling or just interested in how I set up mine, check out my initial Bullet Journal post)
So first off, my updated monthly spread. Instead of putting the heading in the middle of the page, as I did in June, I decided to put it on the top of the page. I just wanted to give it a try, but I might go back to putting it in the middle. Now my habit and mood tracker did change quite a bit, because it is simply more practical this way. In general, I really liked my trackers, but having them split up into two lines wasn’t ideal, which is why I decided to change that.
For July I also have my first real gratitude log, since I dedicated the whole page to my late cat in June. I’m really curious to see, who this layout works for me and as you can see, I already took town two things. I haven’t decided on a format for my goals yet, as I’m still not entirely sure what I want.
Now this is my new collection: a kitten tracker. I am an expecting cat mum and I literally can’t wait. Designing these spreads has been a wonderful way to channel my impatience, since I have to wait until the end of July before I can take my little kitten home with me. I also have a tracker for its height and weight, but since it looks just like the milestone tracker, a picture would have been redundant.
I am also right in the middle of designing a spread where I can plan my next semester, but it isn’t quite finished yet and I have to wait for the course list to be published. Once it is I can note down all the courses offered and try to fit them all in one timetable. (One and the same course is mostly offered by two or three professors and I usually go out of my way to take courses with my favourite professors 😉 ) Luckily only six courses next semester, but I have to do kind of an internship (basically shadow a teacher and design a few lessons myself), which will take up a lot of my time. The layout of the timetable is originally from Caitlin’s Corner. Underneath the post it’s is (going to be) a semester overview I modelled after this amazing layout I found on Pinterest.