I know theoretically its not the start of march anymore, but for this posts sake I’m just going to pretend that we are still in the first week of march. I mean, I’m only one day over.
February was an experimental month for me, I tried out a bunch of different layouts, templates and lists and worked out what best suited me. If you’re interested in seeing a post about the different layouts I explored in feb let me know down in the comments! 🙂
If you’ve seen my instagram feed, theres no doubt that I like making my bullet journal look neat and colourful yet still maintaining a simplistic and minimalist feel and this month is no different.
Lets dive in shall we?
I started my month off with a set of goals that I want to strive towards throughout march. All my goals are colour coded to represent different focus areas. For example, green = health and fitness where as orange = university work
This is my March monthly its a quick overview of the month that allows me to add any birthdays, holidays, important dates, deadlines and events. I’ve also added a ‘to do list’ and ‘things to remember’ box to add any additional notes that I may need to remember throughout the month.
March was the first month I incorporated a future log to my bullet journal, I only decided to log 4 months into the future. Similarly to the march monthly spread It provides me with a way to log any birthdays and important dates scheduled for the future months.
Last month I was creating separate pages for both my weekly and daily logs, which was fun and handy but a tad too extensive. This month I decided to combine the two together and came up with this layout that allowed me to have a thorough overview of each day in the week along with a box for any shopping that needs to be done, weekly goals and a checklist. I’m really loving this and I definitely think this will be a layout that sticks! 😀
So there we have it, this is the foundation of my March bullet journal! I hope you found this helpful.
I love you all,