December Plan With Me - Bullet journal setup 💫
Prepare your drink and come plan with me for December with minimalist spreads and ornament doodles.
P.s. I had to add auto closed captions here, they’re hilarious. It’s a normal video I promise
Watch the video👇
I love taking pretty notes for my forensics class because nothing says “high velocity arterial gush blood splatter” like
✨🍯high velocity arterial blood splatter📒🌼
Yesterday I prepared my December spread and baked some pumpkin cake🎃 (I think it’s still pumpkin season)
new desk setup (▰˘◡˘▰)
22.11.20 | Day 8 of 45
I am trying to post aesthetic pics but god it is hard. More history notes. After completing history, I will be doing Maths, Polity and Geography.
In winters, it is hard for me to get up early. I also get cold easily. Any tips are welcome to keep functioning.😅
One last autumn spread before winter really starts setting in ❄️ I’ve been experimenting a little with bujo layouts, this one is inspired by the moleskine planners. What is your favourite layout?
20.11.20 ◾ practicing some gratitude 😊☀️🌏
20.11.20 ◾ i’m trying! 🌏
went to the bookstore today and got some coffee v(=∩_∩=)ﾌ i’m ready for the weekend :)
Autumn November Bullet Journal
18.11.20 | Day 4 of 45
Today’s history notes.
11.18.2020 | w e d n e s d a y
Here are some old spreads from May this year (the left one from the 20th and the right from the 18th.) The presentation for Economics earlier this morning went way faster than I thought. The projects are quickly streaming in and piling up, it’s getting kinda hard to catch up to.
my bullet journal advice
1. It takes a hella long time to figure out your style..
Don’t be hard on yourself if you can’t find inspo or if you’ve had a series of spreads you don’t like
2. You may not always be upto date
I’ve gone through phases of religiously keeping up to date but there’s also been months that I haven’t done it and I lost all motivation
3. Don’t compare yourself to other people
As I said before, it took me ages to figure out what worked fro me. I’m not particularly good at drawing so I spent years thinking my spreads weren’t good enough. you’re doing it for yourself not anyone else
4. You don’t need state of the art supplies
Yeah it’s nice sometimes to splurge on noice things but some of my favourite things are the spreads I’ve created with a plan pen or a pencil!
5. Don’t define it
Generally I’m a very organised person and I like it when things are all categorised. This also went for my bujo. when I started out I tried to do lots of different spread but I tried to keep them uniform enough and maintain as much of a daily/weekly journal style as I could. Over the years it has just morphed into one big scrapbook/bullet journal/art journal which took me far too long to realise
6. Enjoy it.
Use it as a time out. It’s easier said than done given that most of the time when I go to my bullet journal its to try to get my life in order… BUT I do love nothing more than a chill evening in with a candle lit, Netflix on and my bullet journal out. It’s the little things in life hehe…
Not a traditional bujo, but I’m really proud of this.
Also, I added the blank one as free to use with credit. I’ll be adding the one for December at the end of the month
November 17, 2020
at least my morning started right
Assignment trackers for the end of the semester
I am currently drowning in all of these assignments but spreads like this keep me on track!