It’s time for the fifth plan with me of 2019! I’m loving the theme I used this time around, as it reflects the environment around me (hint: lots of green). Let’s jump into my May 2019 Bullet Journal Setup.
May 2019 Bullet Journal Setup
I blinked recently and realized that we were 4 days from May. Whoops. I usually try to have my setup published for you at least a week in advance, but I’m still catching up from my recent break. This month’s theme I’m utilizing colours I haven’t used much before – green! I had to pry the lid off my green tombow, probably because I have NEVER used it. I really like how it turned out though.
I’ve really enjoyed using a simple cover page, and this month was no exception. I used my Monstera Leaf Stickers from my Etsy shop, the Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pen, and a Tombow Dual Brush Pen.
I continued with the green leafy theme into my calendar page. Using the stickers was a total lifesaver, saving me time from having to draw the doodles by hand. My whole May setup took me under 1 hour to do.
Habit Tracker & Running To Do List
I included a habit tracker this time around, for the first time of 2019. My reasoning for this has been that I’ve been in such a slump recently, that I want to be able to track my improvements in my daily routine. The running to-do list has been a staple for me, since I have so many tasks that pop into my head that don’t need to be done by a specific date.
May Budget & Expense Tracker
The budget pages/expense tracker in my bullet journal are another staple in my monthly spreads in 2019. They truly help me to stay on top of where my money is going, and to allow me to rein myself in if I start spending to much on small things.
- Peter Pauper Press dot grid journal
- Monstera Leaf Stickers
- Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pen
- Tombow Dual Brush Pen
- Tombow Fudenosuke Hard Tip Brush Pen
- Papermate Flair
- Sharpie Pen
Previous 2019 Monthly Setups:
Have you set up for May in your bullet journal yet?