It's kind of ironic that these two spreads are completely next to one another, but it's fine. I wanted a spread to jot down everything I have a want for, but also for everything I spend money on. This way you know exactly where your money is going, and where you want it to go.
As June is quickly approaching it's time to plan out June in my Bullet Journal so I'm ready to take on all of the tasks in need of completion. Here is my June monthly spread! It's pretty straightforward, each day of the week represented by M,T, W, Th, F, S, or Su accompanied by the day in numerical form. For easy access to the spread I put a piece of washi tape along the edge so it becomes easy to find in a hurry.
On the page just after the monthly spread I love to take the time to make a monthly gratitude spread. It is, for the most part, the same format as the monthly spread, but without the day of the week. It gives a great opportunity to remember what you are thankful for, and provides a place you can look back on and remember what you were thankful for each and everyday:)
my bullet journal
My main Bullet Journal page gives you a sneak preview into my own personal Bullet Journal, but I want to reveal more and explain more thoroughly how I put mine to use. So here's my first post I can't wait to start sharing and paying my knowledge on planning and getting things done forward.