Good morning, today we have my september plan with me. Check out the video and pictures of the final spreads below. I’m super excited for a unique page that I haven’t seen in a bullet journal so saty tuned to the end of the video! I’ve included a title page in my video but didn’t add a photo because it’s the same style as my august title page and I didn’t feel that it added value.
I went for a small calendar with important dates underneath. I didn’t feel the need to make a whole page calendar layout since I have a large monthly calendar in my room. If you prefer a larger calendar then by all means make it bigger 🙂
Goals + sleep tracker
I split my goals for the month into mind, body and soul. My monthly goals for the past few months have been very ‘hustle culture’ focused, so I wanted to remind myself to focus on other aspects of my life, like reading more, or doing yoga/meditating. I also decided I wanted to start tracking my sleep again, especially getting back into school routine. I am planning to put a dot for the hours of sleep I got and connect each dot with a line to visualize trends.
Okay prepare yourself, I’ve pack a lot in here. I like to track as much as I can in my weekly layout instead of a separate page because I find myself not using the trackers throughout the month if it’s not right in front of me. I’ve included a habit tracker, water tracker, section for school (also interchangeable for work if you are no longer a student).
I kept it similar to my previous months tracker because it works well and I’ve actually been keeping up with it! I did however add another section and a monthly overview with my spend goal for that month, the actual amount spent and the difference. Even though I my excel sheet does that part for me I thought it was a nice visual and good reminder of not going over my budget.
So my inspiration for this spread stems (pun intended lol) from have many many plants. I wanted a way to keep track of when I last watered them and also a place to compile a list of all my bucket list plants!! I really enjoyed creating this spread because it gave me a chance to play around with different style doodles. If you’re looking for more plant doodle inspiration check out Pinterest, I’ve seen a lot of step by step drawing tutorials for plants. The beauty about watercolour doodles, is that they can be messy and still look amazing. (PS. Move the slider to see how to use this spread)
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