Good evening everyone, today I am super excited to share my December 2020 plan with me! Especially since I haven’t uploaded a video in more than 2 weeks. Today’s spreads are fairly simple and relatively quick to put together since I know this time of year gets very busy for many people. If you are looking for some more holiday spread ideas check out my holiday bullet journal set up video here. Without further ado, here is the video! *photos will be below*
Title Page/Month at-a-glance
For the title page, I really loved this cardstock and wanted to enjoy it more than just the title page so I made it adjacent to the monthly calendar. I also really like that it says noël, so going with the French theme I also did the calendar page in French (obviously feel free to do it in whatever language you prefer). I chose to do a mini calendar and list view since recently I have found myself not gravitating much towards this spread. I used the gold sharpie and outlined the title with a sakura micron. For the goals section, I used my Tombow in 837, and my Tombow fudenoske (hard tip).
Super simple, but I love the breaks in the lines instead of writing the day of the week on the line. I used the same pen and marker as before. I’ve included a meal plan section and pre-wrote the circles for my daily to-do lists.
If you have seen any of my ‘plan with me’ before, you probably know I always avoid having habit trackers on their own page. I, however, broke that rule because I had too many cute pieces of craft paper I wanted to use so here we are with a habit tracker page! I added a quote from the movie ‘elf’ about singing which I thought was fitting since I used gold music note paper. Again the pens are the same as the previous spreads.
December is the one month that I need a budget tracker most. With all the holiday shopping, activities, and dinners with family and friends (though that all might be different this year because of COVID), I feel like I end up spending so much money and it’s nice to at least see where it all goes (and hopefully stay on budget). This is a very similar layout to spreads I have done in the past but I did add the goal section at the bottom of the page instead of the top. I also used some cute washi tape (I think the red striped one is from Micheals though I’m not positive since it was my mom’s but the black one is from staples).
For more details about the supplies I used today check out this post here!
Thank you so much for reading/watching! I can’t wait until school slows down a bit so I can start posting more and creating more content. See you (hopefully) Friday with another blog post.