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
It’s time for the May Showers! And it really has been a blooming may already as the entire front yard is full of dandelions. It’s a radiant yellow. I forgot how I’m not a fan of the eighty degree swings we get here in Ohio. Never a dull moment with the weather. I swear, we experience 4 seasons over the course of 4 days. But that’s enough kvetching about the weather. Let’s instead look at the lovely flowers that inspired this may bullet journal.
I will admit, Purple and green are not my go to colors when I am making up a spread but I think it turned out rather well. Instead of making a single scene, I wanted to go with a more abstract design for the journal this week. Flowers lend themselves well to a more artistic approach as well. One of the downsides of using the purples is the details on the drawing get a little lost underneath such a dark color. But journaling is all about expression and I’m just going to argue that learning is a form of expression.
I will admit, I had to make this spread twice because somehow I missed the first 3 days of the month when making the calendar. Not sure what happened there but it worked out in the end!
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, April was not a great month for most of my habits. Too much Monster Hunter World I guess.. 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. 🙂