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!
The most amazing part about bullet journaling is that you can change the design of your spreads any time you like! As someone who’s always loved graphic design, this is a big reason why the bullet journal system works for me.
I’m excited to share a few different minimal monthly and weekly bullet journal spreads that I’ve used and loved to inspire you. Also: I tend to tweak a spread throughout the time I’m using it, so feel free to try any of these out, make a change here or there, and adapt it for your own needs and style. Scroll on!