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Bullet Journal 2015

Bullet Journal 2015

Hope everyone is having a good year so far! Continuing on with my summary of 2015, here’s the rest of my year in my bullet journal! If you want a summary, here’s my first bullet journal entry which has a summary, an explanatory video, and my Bullet Journal spread for July, the first month I tried out the system. In this post, I cropped and blurred pictures because this time I took it with my fancy camera (though some pictures are still blurry, can’t do anything about that).

Here is what my BuJo (what bullet journallers call it) looked like on the outside. A not-so-secret: I LOVE stickers.

Here was August. I went for a hexagonal theme for the headers and I really liked it! Probably my favourite font for my BuJo in 2015. You can see I also did a journal challenge which I talked about here.

Here is September. I went for a college/school theme for the header font because it’s back to school for a lot of people! Also, I tried something a little different, this time I left the entire right side blank (after splitting the two sides in half horizontally) for sketch paper. I didn’t really use all of it, so it was kind of a waste. You can see my sketches for October here!

For the month of October, I went for a gothic font, and for the main header, I used my calligrapher pen to write it. It came out awesome! For the rest of the month, I made a more simplified version with my drawing pen. We also started planning my friend’s bridal shower and bachelorette party, so you can see my Post-Its for that. And lastly, you can see the progression of my little bat logo from the second picture (a terrible bat) to the fourth picture (an awesome looking bat!). Based off the Batman logo.

For November, I went for a classic-ish serif font with a thick “middle”. It was fun to draw, but I spent a longer time concentrating on how it looked and not a great lot of concentration on spelling, so you can see my terrible mistakes. (Novemebr!) And my number always came out looking awful. I also started doing day separators! Those are always fun!

And finally December! I went for a simplistic san serif font because I wanted to draw lights but it came out kinda terrible. I also tried a new monthly plan, drew little logos like pine trees, snow men, holly, and presents! I also went sticker CRAZY and added a little bit of washi to my weekly planner papers.

December was probably my favourite month because I branched out a bit and expanded what I could do with my bullet journal! I used this great blog post over at Boho Berry for inspiration and tips! It was a fun read and I had a lot of fun planning thanks for that post!

Well that’s it for now! I’ll be back for a resolution wrap up post soon!

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