In December I posted about me setting up my bulletjournal for this year. It took a little bit of time, but I was finally able to find the time to fix up my drafts and do them with pen and color. Here you can find the first article with everything still in pencil. Today I’m going to show you how everything looks when finished.
Of course I had to start off with the title page of the year. As you can see on this page, this edition of my bulletjournal has a bit more ghosting. It’s kind of annoying, but I can live with it.
Up next my future log. I work month by month. Sometimes I’m able to set up a month early, but I normally don’t get to the next month until the third week of the current month. In my last journal I struggled with where to keep things that were going to happen in the near future. Problem solved!
I saw this a lot on Pinterest and it looks pretty interesting. I don’t know if I will keep up with it, but I’m going to give it a try. I think if it does work it will be cool to see all of the colors.
Up next of course my most important reading goal. My Goodreads challenge. I want to read quite a lot, so the squares are pretty small, haha.
This is the tracker for the social media for the blog. Here you can see our goals for each one this year. I still have to color in what we’ve already accomplished.
I still have my own bookstagram as well and I don’t expect to get this far this year, but it will give me something to keep going for.
Sticking with the goals, I have a spread for my reading goals and my blog goals. Both spreads are the same, so here is a picture of one of them.
I have two movie spreads. One for movies I want to keep an eye out for and ones that I’ve already watched. The spreads are exactly the same, so I only took a picture of one.
My series tracker is pretty simple. I still need to add the season and episodes, but this will give you the idea. I just think it’s fun to look back on what shows I was watching.
Those were all the spreads before my monthly spreads start. Here is how I do every month. The colors and doodles change, but the way I set everything up pretty much stays the same. Except for the weekly spreads. I do change them at times to see if I can find the perfect one.
I have a winter theme this month. I love pink and blue. The gloves aren’t perfect, but I’m happy with how it turned out.
I always make a monthly spread as well. Here I will write down important dates, birthdays and holidays.
This is my weekly spread. I like having everything together, so agenda, books, blog… I really like this one, so hopefully it works for me.
Even though I already have a never ending TBR, I still like to keep track of the books that will be released that month that I think look interesting.
We always make a monthly schedule, so that’s always written in my bulletjournal. If we add things or things change, it’s easy to have on paper as well. And it’s fun to look back on what we’ve been able to post on the blog.
I also keep track of my bookhaul. Physical books and e-books are written down.
Last year I already wrote a post about tracking my books. This was a part of that. This is how I rate my books.
At the end of the month I write down my reading totals. This is what I keep track of.
Just like my reading totals, I also track the blog totals every month. We have been adding a little more every month and it’s so fun to see where the people who read our posts come from.
When I get review books I write them down. I write down where I need to post my reviews and when the deadline is. It’s an easy way for me to keep track.
This is a new spread for me. I was really behind with writing my reviews on the blog, so I needed a list, haha. It helps though, because it does motivate. It’s a great feeling to check something off.
This is my bulletjournal! Do any of you have one? Am I missing any spreads I should know about?