If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll have seen my bullet journal posts. I used to do it in a notebook, but my last paper bullet journal post was May! My June and July bullet journals have been digital and I’ve been loving it! It’s so convenient to have it on my iPad as I use my iPad all the time so everything I need is in one place!
Digital planners are on the rise and a digital bullet journal is the perfect way to make it personal to you!
My theme for this month is more like a scrapbook rather than a set theme and I love it! My favourite colour is pink and this theme has given me the perfect opportunity to incorporate it into my bullet journal! In my lecture notes, I love to write my titles like this and it displayed equally as well on screen as it does on paper.
The doodles and paper bits are all from my creative kit that I purchased from Blog Pixie. It’s also where I purchased my blog theme from too!
You can use these things on blog post graphics too so it’s very versatile. It also made setting up this months bullet journal really quick!
This page is more for aesthetic more than anything. It is a good page to refer back to for the date though.
Doodles on this page, were drawn by me. They’re not amazing but it makes my bullet journal a little more personal to me. Even though it’s digital, I still want to put my own flare on it and this was the way I decided to it.
If you’ve purchased my blogging ebook, you’ll recognise the dotted paper in the top corner as it’s how I made all the pages more cohesive.
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I’ve tried a new set up for my habit tracker this month and I really like how it turned out! I’ve included some washi tape stickers and washi tape is a bullet journal essential for some!
The title didn’t turn out amazing but it’s not awful. Like past month, I’m only tracking 4 habits. I don’t like to be overwhelmed with my tracking in my bullet journal.
As you can see gratitude and meditation are on there this month. I’ve been reading some self care books recently and they all recommend mediating and practicing gratitude. I’m hoping it’ll help with manifestation. It’s something I’ve recently been interested in and I’ve like to try it out!
Usually my mood trackers take so long. Luckily, for my bullet journal this month, I just used a flower template from my creative kit again.
It really adds to the girly effect of the theme and the flowers are so cute! I won’t lie, it was difficult to add 31 flowers on to one page but I managed it! The only downside of digital bullet journaling is that, you can’t have a spread that spans over 2 pages because of the visuals.
My handwriting for the title is really pretty. I was so shocked yet pleased with how this turned out. It’s pretty simple but the flares really make it stand out more!
As I said, I really want to practice gratitude this month so I have my gratitude log ready to go. Each day I’ll be writing one thing I’m grateful for and why.
It’s good to know why you’re grateful for something as it makes you then understand how much you truly appreciate it. Gratitude increases your vibrational energy and makes you feel good. This is then seen by the universe and positives attract positives. It’s proven that Law of Attraction works better if you have a higher vibrational energy.
Having this page in my digital bullet journal this month will make my vibrational energy a little higher each day. Now I’m incorporating Law of Attraction into my daily routine, this is very important.
Daily to-do list
This is a new page and it’s a positive of having a digital bullet journal. It’s just one page and each day I’ll clear it and write a new to-do list.
I’ve mentioned in my productivity blog post how important to-do lists are. They make me want to do what I need to do so I can check it off.
It is a nice simple page and the whole page allows me to go into more detail about the tasks. Instead of a couple of words, I can really write in detail (if needed) on what needs to be done.
Also because it’s a one-off page and is getting rewritten each morning, I don’t need to be really neat about it. On my paper bullet journal, I try to be as neat as possible as I knew that it’d be permanently staying in there. My digital journal means that nothing is permanent and mistakes can be erased.
What’s your bullet journal theme for this month?