March is here and even though I wanted to continue on with my full on mountain theme that I’ve been sticking to, I decided to make the cover page and the overall feel just a touch more Autumn vibes. This means that I incorporated a lot more yellow tones as the key feature to the spreads this month.
As you can see in the spreads I used yellow as the primary colour and decided to use some floral tape that matched to add to the ascetic over the free leafy tape I’ve been predominately using.
I also minimised my pages this month and went for my calendar page, tracking page, TBR page and A reading log.
I am really happy with how this months theme turned out!
with getting more into the whole ‘Bullet Journal’ thing comes a need to use different mediums within it. I began small by picking up different Tombow brush pens – this can definitely not be considered small anymore considering how much it has grown – in 2020 I decided I wanted to try using some stickers within my journal just to add some different textures and a bit of excitement.
‘Bullet’ Journaling is something that I only began doing in the latter part of 2019. I was struggling to find a way to track the things I wanted to track -pretty much all reading related – as well as a place to have my thoughts complied.
The Journal I used in 2019 was one that I purchased in Japan a couple of years ago.
I couldn’t think of the best way to do this because if I explained all the spreads then this would be a hell of a long post so I’m going to just touch on a few key pages…
I found these little ‘Book Read’ pages really helpful for each month. Just a quick spot to put down when I completed a book and the rating I gave them.
The challenge was I always forgot to check back here when I posted my review and my rating probably changed.
I LOVED doing my TBR this way!
Its so fun, I absolutely love being able to go over the lines with a different colour once I’ve completed the book.
I continued this in 2019 and have kicked off 2020 doing the same thing.
This was the spread I created for the Triwizard Tournament Readathon. I might of gone a little over the top but I’m really happy with how it all turned out.
Overall, I learnt a lot about journalling during 2019 and I cannot wait to continue to try some new things in 2020!