I wanted to be a little bit more creative with my layout for June.
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Bullet Journal: June – Setup and Layout:
I tried different months layouts before, but this is the only one that works for me (especially during school time).
I originally wanted to do June memories on the front page, but I changed my mind. For July I’m definitely going to draw the memories on the front page.
I might or might not keep the “A Doodle a Day” page. I didn’t really use it, maybe I’ll just doodle on the front page too.
I’m definitely keeping the “Clean Up” page. It helped me to stay on track with my cleaning, especially since I’m trying to me a minimalist now (have little, keep the necessary things only).
For June I wanted to try different to do layouts, but none of them helped to stay focus, nor did I felt happy with them. Instead of ripping the pages off, I decided to keep them for future reference.
#2: Here I decided to draw the layout that I wanted.
#3: This one definitely worked for me, but it looked messy.
#4: This was my last attempt and it worked. I decided to keep school classes on the left, and an inspiration quote on the top right.
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