Here is this months March Bullet Journal Plan With Me!
This month is so exciting, we have the vernal equinox and the daffodils and will begin to bloom! Because of the energy of growth and blooming of this month, I have decided to design my March setup with pictures of flowers and floral washi tape!
Here is the video of me doing these spreads!
Spread 1: Welcome Page
I am really happy with how this march daffodil spread turned out. I didn’t know I could do that!
Spread 2: Calendar
Same as last month pretty much. Just moved all the boxes around a little bit.
Spread 3: Gratitude and Habit Tracker
I decided to change to the horizontal habit tracking system. We have been fighting it for too long and it was bound to happen. It just makes so much more sense even if you do need to flop your journal around a little bit more.
Here is a zoomed in version of my self care tracker. I got the idea from Boho Berrys video about her self care tracker. Now she used different colors but because I am a monochrome type of lady I am using different shapes to denote the different types of things I am tracking. I am tracking my Attitude or “tude” the quality of my food, how productive I am feeling, How much physical activity I get, how much sleep I get, and how much effort I put into my appearance (how beautiful I feel).
Spread 4: Expenses
I decided to do a double spread because in my old journal I could scrunch everything closer together because I didnt have any lines. Now that I am working with grid paper I have more space per line, and thus need more lines all together. Maybe I will try 2 to a line next time!
Spread 5: Memories
Spread 5 is going to be fully devoted to memories. I used to just have one page of memories but now that I have the 2 pages for expenses I find my memory page spilling in to 2 pages. I may end up using one of these pages as a doodle page for my garden observations, which leads me to my text spread.
Spread 6: Garden Journal
@JuliebBell on instagram asked me If I was going to have a garden journal. Or if I was going to record all my garden opservations in my bullet journal. I have opted for the latter. I decided to put washi tape on the top of all my garden spreads to make referencing back in the years to come much easier.
The pattern on that washi tape came from a fungi perfecti catalogue. It is so colorful and amazing oh my gosh they did a good job with this one!
I am so happy with how my daffodils came out! How do you guys do your garden records? Do you have a separate journal? Leave your comments down below!