November Bullet Journal Set Up

I’m excited to share with you my bullet journal spreads for November this month. Although I’m not the most creative person in the world art/design wise, I’m really happy with how my spreads have turned out this month. I’ve added a few extra pages spreads in this month too which I’m hoping that you’ll like! My colour theme for this month in my bullet journal is yellow because it’s one of the colours I rarely use, but I’ve enjoyed designing my pages with this colour this month. Now, let’s get into the blog post!

Cover Page

Before creating this page, I was looking on Pinterest for inspiration, Pinterest is my go-to place when looking for bullet journal inspiration! I saw a design similar to the one that I’ve created in my own bullet journal and I wanted to give it a try! It’s very simple, yet it’s different from what I normally do, but I quite like it. What are your thoughts?

Monthly Spread

As usual, I’ve included a monthly spread in my bullet journal. There’s nothing much that’s new here, other than the fact that I’m using yellow as my colour theme like I mentioned earlier. At the bottom of the right-hand page, I’ve included a new set of goals for myself as I do every month and I’ve added some nice little designs which I’m really loving!

Gratitude Log

This is another spread that I include all the time, it’s become a staple in my bullet journal! As usual, I’ve designed this a page on a single spread. It’s simple, but I like it!

Quotes Page

Next to my gratitude log, I’ve added a little quotes page. The quote reads ‘happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light’. Like I always say in these posts, I’m not the best as designing pages, but I am pretty happy with how this turned out. I also really love this quote from Harry Potter. Self-promo, you can check out my earlier post on my top five Harry Potter quotes here if you’re interested!

Mood Tracker

I added a mood tracker in one of the previous months for my bullet journal and I decided to reintroduce this for November. As usual, I took my inspiration from Pinterest and I love how this page has turned out!

Instagram Tracker

Whilst looking on Pinterest for different trackers, I stumbled upon an Instagram tracker! I’ve never thought about creating social media trackers like this before until now, but I love the idea of it. It’s only simple, but simple is good and I love this page!

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10 thoughts on “November Bullet Journal Set Up

  1. I love seeing your bullet journal set up each month! I’d love to have one of my own but I’m not creative at all and I’d always be forgetting to fill it in! The way you’ve done your monthly spread with the fireworks looks so pretty and I love that Harry Potter quote too, I’m off to check out the rest of the post now!

    Jess // foundationsandfairytales.wordpress.com
    xx

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  2. Super cute set up! I have toyed with trying out some mood trackers a time or two but never really settled on one I liked. I like how yours is simple and straightforward! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. You’re so creative with these! I’ve almost given up with mine. I screwed up a couple of pages and then accidentally missed a month so I’m only really jotting things down in it now. I’ve already started planning what I want to do with my January pages though x

    Sophie
    http://www.glowsteady.co.uk

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  4. I do like the yellow, brings some sunshine as the days are getting darker. I like keeping a gratitude section, too, and I also always add a monthly review spread, so I cam look back and appreciate the good things that have happened over the month.

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