As if we’re so close to February now! January has seem to taken a while but we’ve made it! In this post, I’m sharing my February bullet journal and I can’t wait to share it! To check out last year’s February theme then click here. Now, to not keep you waiting, let’s jump right into it!
So for my February bullet journal cover page, you can see that I’ve chosen the theme of candy! Of course it’s mostly pink candy and chocolate in honour of Valentine’s Day. I got this idea from the same person as I got the idea of my January theme from. To check out her version of it, then click here. Hers is definitely better than mine but I’m pleased with how mine turned out! I think it’s a very cute and fitting theme for the month so I’m excited to use it in February! The colour scheme is very me as I love pink but I think I do prefer last month’s theme. This cover page however, I do think is better than last month’s.
This page is definitely not the best and that’s due to the shadowing from the page behind. I think you can guess what’ll be on that page! I do like the silver calendar, I used gold last month. On the picture, it doesn’t show up as much but in person, it looks pretty cute. I like to keep to simple monthly spreads as I like the write down important notes in my weekly spreads. I enjoyed writing my goals last month as it kept encouraging me to stick to it. I definitely think I completed more goals this month than previous months. This, I’m putting it down to writing them out. I only have one goal at the moment but I’ll definitely write some more down. I always do include a monthly spread on my bullet journal but mostly for visual purposes rather than utility.
I’m really happy with my mood tracker this month. I like adding a mood tracker to my bullet journal spreads because I like to see how my mood progresses over the month. Also, it’s good when you’ve had a good month and you see that visually. It took so long to do and I think it paid off! Another difficultly of this page was fitting 29 strawberries on one page! You may notice that they get smaller as you get closer to the bottom of the page. I’m pretty proud of my title on this page, it looks good in my opinion. I’m very excited to fill this in as the month passes.
I’m not the most pleased with this page but I quite like the quote. Most of the quotes I found were quite cheesy and this was the least cheesy I found. I incorporated the theme by using the hearts and sprinkles which I do really like. I also like the emphasis on the last word of each sentence. To me, it adds emphasis. The quote also fits into the theme of the month as it’s about love and of course, Valentine’s Day is this month. I do think that I could have fit this onto half a page and added something else with it but since I’ve always added a quote page to my bullet journal, I figured that February shouldn’t be an exception.
I really like my dream tracker this month, it’s very pink! I think that this may be my favourite spread this month! It’s just very pink and girly. Not to mention that those are 2 words that describe me perfectly! There’s also not too many sweets and I like the simplicity. I dreamt quite a bit throughout January and I can’t wait to track them though February too! The highlighted lines also makes the page a little more interesting. I never do quite fill all the lines but I usually get about halfway down the page. Particularly, I’m proud of the title, I think that as I’ve done more spreads in my bullet journal my calligraphy has improved greatly and I’m so happy to see that!
This one will be especially useful this month as the new semester has began. I found my to-do lists helpful to keep me on track with studying. This tracker should help me visualise how productive I truly have been. I also like the chocolate at the bottom. One of my favourite chocolates are marbled white and milk so I attempted it. It’s not perfect but I’m quite pleased with how it turned out. Surprisingly, one of my favourite aspects is the 3 hearts at the top. It’s not left the page plain but it’s not an over the top added detail.
This month, I’ve done each of the weekly spreads different but they all look similar. The reason I shared this one is that it’s one of my favourites. I’ve made the boxes a bit bigger this month so I can write more in my to-do lists. Again, I’ve incorporated the “marble” chocolate and a wrapped candy. I actually do really like the little details on this spread and as I’ve said constantly through this post, I’m excited to use it next month. As you can see again, there’s a bit of shadowing but most bullet journals do have this and it’s something that you can ignore when you actually use your journal.
This is my favourites page of this month and this is another of my favourite pages! My favourite pages in the past have tended to be the favourites page. I prefer a simpler layout for this page as I feel it’s more visually pleasing. It’s also easier to jot down everything. The heart in this middle is one of my favourite things of this page but I also really love the title too. This type of title is one I use in revision as well as my bullet journal. It makes everything look so much prettier. The pale pink really incorporates with the February theme and I enjoy the feminine touch that has been added to my bullet journal this month.
That is all for my bullet journal for February and I hope you enjoyed it!
Do you have a bullet journal and what’s your theme for February?