How are we already half way through 2018? It’s time for another look into my bullet journal monthly setup – this time for June! I hope you find some inspiration here if you’re still getting set up for this month. This month is a busy one for me, work is picking up and I have to dog sit for a couple of weeks. I’m trying to get a lot of things set up in advance as I don’t think I’ll have much time to sit down and plan, and I don’t want to feel behind!
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June Bullet Journal Monthly Setup
I went a different route in my journal this month – I attempted to draw those geometric crystals/rocks that are all the rage on Pinterest. It was my first time drawing them and I’m honestly pretty happy how they’ve turned out! I also used purple watercolour to fill them in and I really like the effect and depth it gives them.
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I continued the watercolour effect into my monthly calendar this month – I kept it super simple and easy because I know I’m going to be very busy this month!
In case you’re wondering what I use to paint the watercolours I use the following supplies:
- Pentel Arts Aquash Water Brush – these honestly make it so easy to paint and blend markers (like crayola super tips or tombow dual brush pens) in my bullet journal – I love them!
- Watercolours (obvs!) I bought mine from a little market near my house, but any watercolours will do – like these ones here!
Habit & Mood Trackers
I kept my habit and mood trackers fairly simple this month. There are definitely things I don’t like about my habit tracker, but that’s what is great about bullet journaling – you can always flip the page and start again (which I may do if I find I’m not using my habit tracker..) 🙂
I also kept my budget pages very simple in this months bullet journal monthly setup. If you look at past setups I’ve done, you’ll know that I like to track all of my spending, and compare my actual money spent to my budgeted amounts. Nothings changed this month! 🙂 The only thing I’m trying to cut down on is careless spending, as I’m really putting a focus on paying of some debt that I gained while in school.
What does your June set-up look like? What pages do you like to include in your journal every month?