Bullet Journaling is a great way to keep track of your to-dos and add your own personality in the ways that you track things
Total Project Time: ~One Hour
Everyone know the saying that “April showers bring May Flowers”. Well, I have to admit that is especially true in the weather temperamental city of Cleveland. And I’ll be honest, I’m still half expecting it to snow again. But I thought why not base this months bullet journal on the rain? After all, it’s a staple of the month!
I love the idea of the umbrella because it adds a pop to the spread. And I wanted to do a henna inspired design because it’s been a while since I have done my henna doodles. (I recently found an old journal that was completely full of these drawings. It’s crazy to think how long I’ve been drawing in that style) I did find that the rain drops, while pretty, were actually hard to do in a way that didn’t look repetitive and still interesting. I did briefly play with the idea of putting a henna design in all the drops but I scrapped that idea pretty quickly. I ended up using a highlighter to fill in the drops and may a very blue spread.
Like every month, I am trucking on with my Habit and Mood Tracker pages. I really do adore having a Habit Tracker because it allows me to see what areas of my life I want to invest in that I’ve been neglecting. Not going to lie, March was not a great month for cooking and playing piano. But now I know where I want my focus to be! Which is why it’s nice to have a concrete way to measure these habits and use that to reflect. 🙂