Hello everyone, today I am sharing my November plan with me, I cannot believe it’s already time to think about November! I wanted to include some holiday spreads but decided I am going to a separate video and post, so subscribe to be notified when that is live. This months theme is cozy fall vibes. As much as I already start thinking of snow in November (If you’re canadian you can probably relate), it’s still technically fall so I wanted that to reflect in this theme. I used a lot of craft paper which is actually a great trick for those who aren’t that great at doodles or don’t like them. The paper adds some really cool dimension and colours without the difficulty (or time) spent on drawing things.
I don’t usually include photos of the title page but I actually did a little more than just writing the title in a black brush pen.
The left page is just a small calendar written on craft paper with a list below to add important dates. On the right page, in the spirit of doing things I don’t usually do, I opted for a quote page instead of trackers. I chose the quote ‘Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go’ which I thought was a great view on things.
Here is my first week in November spread, if you didn’t see the video, I made each week in November a unique layout and will be posting the videos and photos on my Instagram each week. so follow me there if you’re not already. Anyways, I created spaces for each day of the week with craft paper, and used my fudenoske to write the days and dates. After I filmed this I ended up adding a meal planner and spoiler alert in the next few week’s spreads I also included a study/sleep tracker.
I really like how this turned out, I chose to do 6 categories but you can do whatever suits your needs.
As mentioned in previous plan with me, I don’t really like doing daily gratitude trackers because they get repetitive and I get bored so I end up not using them. Instead I choose to do 1 or 2 things each week. If you like daily trackers, just add more lines.
Thank you so much for reading/watching, I hope you enjoyed. Let me know what other posts you want to see and I will be back with another bullet journal post soon!