Here you will find collections of layouts I have gathered organized by the months. Additionally, these posts are full of beautiful and unique bullet journaling layout ideas sure to inspire you. So, get started browsing through these ideas and get inspired!
Table of Contents
01 | January
02 | February
This post will be a brief overview of my bullet journal layout for February 2020. I note that this will be brief because there is very little that is different this month from January’s spread.
03 | March
This month’s theme is black and gold geometric and was inspired by Emma’s title page. I have always loved very geometric modern shape designs and was planning on using it at some point this year.
I don’t know about you, but I am pumped for spring! My March layout was inspired by the blooming flowers of spring. This month’s bullet journal theme is pink flowers! This post may contain affiliate links
04 | April
My April bullet journal was inspired by my own January bullet journal as well as a client’s notebook. I stuck with a pink mosaic look with a spring touch. Keep reading to check out the
Sometimes the hardest part about creating your monthly bullet journal spread is picking a theme and hello page design! Once you’ve figured these things out the rest of your monthly spread becomes easy! I am
05 | May
May’s theme came so easily to me this time. I generally wait until the end of a month to create the next month’s spread. However, this time I will be away on vacation, so I
May is just around the corner, and it’s about time everyone is creating their May bullet journal spreads. Coming up with a theme or hello page can sometimes be the most challenging part of creating
06 | June
I have been MIA lately regarding my personal journal. Due to my increased schedule and stress-load, my creativity became a second priority. Not only did my creativity fall to the wayside, but a global pandemic
I am not a huge fan of purple or cutesy-girly things; however, I wanted to create something using purple and decided to step outside of my comfort zone. While I enjoy the execution of this
We are nearly halfway through the year, and it’s time to show off some hello June bullet journal layouts. For me, June is a transitional month. It is not quite spring and not quite summer;
07 | July
08 | August
August is my favorite month of the year. There is really only one reason for this; it’s my birthday month. Regardless, I always try to do a bright, happy, and enjoyable theme for my August
Happy August! August is birthday month for me, plus one of my best friends is getting married! In honor of this happy and sunny month, I themed my bullet journal for the sun but went
09 | September
For my September bullet journal spread I, like normal, minimal. However, I made some accidental changes that I have ended up loving! Keep reading to learn more about the mistake that turned into the most
When I created September’s spread, my goal was to leave a lot of white space and keep it minimalistic. I had just got new fine tip pens and wanted to put them to use. I
10 | October
It’s autumn! Or do you prefer to call it fall? Either way, leaves are turning and soon to fall, people are drinking hot apple cider, and carving pumpkins! To celebrate autumn and this pumpkin season,
11 | November
Usually, for November, my bullet journal layouts are oranges, reds, and browns to match with Thanksgiving. However, this year I wanted to switch things up and instead focus on gold and a geometric washi tape
November, say what!? It’s ALREADY November! Can you believe it, 2017 has flown by! What a year… am I right? For November’s Bullet Journal planning spread, I did an experiment! I bought some letter and
12 | December
I went way out of my comfort zone this December, watch me create and check out my red and gold glitter December 2020 bullet journal spread.
Each month I create a new theme for my bullet journal. This month I decided to use red as my main theme. I added gold and decided to use mosaic stamps. Keep on reading to