It’s time to look back at February! This is part of a series where I look back at the spreads for a month and reflect on why I made the adjustments I did and reflect on what’s working and what wasn’t. We’re talking functionality and we’re talking design, so grab your bujo and let’s get inspired!
One of my favorite things about my bullet journal is that I can change it up from week to week—whether that’s adding doodles or simplifying, or just tweaking tiny parts of different modules to make spreads as usable as possible. This is a new series where I look back at the spreads for a month and reflect on why I made the adjustments I did and reflect on what’s working and what wasn’t. If you’re interested in digging deep into design choices that can support productivity, read on!
I might be a little late, but how about a look at my 2022 planner lineup? I did this a couple years ago and I’ve pared down a little in some ways and added more in others (isn’t it always that way!?). So let’s dive in!
One of the things I started doing in my 2022 bullet journal was creating dashboards, both monthly and weekly! I’ve been loving having dashboards to keep track of things throughout the week.
I’m trying a new series on my blog reflecting on my different spread ideas and layouts! I’ve been feeling uninspired on the Instagram platform, so I hope experimenting by posting my spreads here on my blog instead might reinvigorate me creatively, go into more depth about my spreads and thought process, and most importantly, chat with you all more easily! I’ve really missed being able to talk with you all about bullet journaling, so hopefully this will be a way to make that happen more easily.