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Bullet Journalling by Kayleigh
Bullet journalling has been taking the world by a storm so I thought I’d give it a try. It definitely helps to structure my week and to plan activities for each day. Currently I am using very basic weekly spreads in an old exercise book to not to waste paper. It is a great way to upcycle something.
For my cover, I folded white paper over the cover of the book and used rainbow washi tape to attach it. Then I stuck on an old photograph of mine (from Cornwall). I also used a strip of rainbow tape to fill some of the negative space with a bit of colour. On the inside of the cover I used the tape to border and fill the space before using sticky notes and a different washi tape to create a sort of creative noticeboard feel. I covered the sticky notes in small messages and pictures using colourful fine liners.
For my first title page, I have drawn a dream catcher in the top right corner with "bullet journal" filling most of the page. Typically, I will have a simple weekly spread, these will include my day to day activities, weekly goals, a to-do list, and some form of quote (as well as some imagery, in this case floral doodles). I quite like having them in columns, it makes it organised and clear while also fitting all the information into a small space. I don't really have a planned theme each week, I just draw whatever I feel like drawing that day. I also have my March title page completed, I think I will have a title page for each month. This one has a drawing of a girl with bunny ears (even though Easter isn't technically until April).
You don’t need to pay out a fortune on supplies. Old notebooks, cheap colouring pens and pencils, biros etc. are all completely acceptable and there is so much you can do with these few things. So don’t worry about cost or creating the best journal in comparison to someone else, just make one that is functional for you and makes you happy.
I will update you on my future bullet journal progressions.
May all of your journal wishes come true…