June Bullet Journal Set Up

I’m still trying to get the hang of bullet journalling and using my bullet journal consistently. To be completely honest I didn’t make full use of my bullet journal last month but I want to try and make more of an effort this month. Compared to May’s bullet journal set up it’s not drastically different but I have made a couple of changes and improvements to the spreads that I designed last month which I’m pretty happy with. I hope you like them too!

Similar to last month, I have a monthly spread over two pages in my bullet journal for the month of June. Instead of using a drawing a ribbon type design at the top of the page, I wrote the word ‘June’ on it’s own in bigger writing which I quite like. I also decided to keep the little goals section that I had in May’s monthly spread but just made it a lot neater than previously. Below the goals I also decided to add a little section listing blog comment threads that take place throughout week to remind myself which I’m sure I’ll find useful!

On the next two pages I have kept my gratitude page that I had last month and on the page after I’ve also added a mood tracker which is new for me this month.

Firstly, let’s talk about the gratitude page. I had this page in last month too but over a double spread rather than a single spread. I have to admit that this made it less motivating to fill it in each night and so I struggled and missed days out. I’m hoping that with a single page for gratitude that I’ll be more motivated to fill it in and it will make it a lot easier too!

Now onto the mood tracker page. I came across this idea when I browsing through bullet journal hashtags on instagram and I loved the idea of it so I had to incorporate it into my own bullet journal. For this I simply titled the page, added the calendar for June in the middle of the page and then a mood key at the bottom of the page in order to track my mood for each date of the month. This by far has to be one of my favourite pages.

On the next page after I decided to design a ‘social media’ page basically listing all of my social media accounts for my blog including my blog link. I’m not the best at designing or anything of the sort and this is very basic, but it’s okay. I don’t absolutely hate it, but I don’t love it either, if that makes sense.

The other day I also decided to add another page to my bullet journal which you can see in the above picture. It’s a title/headers inspiration page which was inspired by @nbs_bujo on Instagram. I thought it was a nice little addition to my bullet journal.

I hope you enjoyed this post, I personally enjoy reading posts like this since I’ve properly started my bullet journal and I love sharing it!


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15 thoughts on “June Bullet Journal Set Up

  1. This is so so cute. And hella organised (I’m so not organised at all) but honestly this is brill, it’s really inspiring too especially the mood calendar and the gratitude page!

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  2. How cute is this post! I love bullet journals but I definitely do not have the creativity or patience to create one. I definitely think someone is missing a business trick not having a ready-made one for sale. Absolutely love the idea of a mood tracker too, that’d be so helpful!
    Alice Xx


  3. Thanks for this post! Its been suggested to me about bullet journalling and this has given me a good idea on where to start because i literally had no clue 🙂 x


  4. I find it hard to stick to my bullet journal…but I am hoping to pick it back u again. I like the idea of the mood tracker. Do you use yours to plan and track your blog?

    Aimsy xoxo


  5. I started a bullet journal but I can never stick to them. I find them so aesthetically pleasing however, and loved this post ♡


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