Spice up your bullet journal this month with this March calendar printable! Featuring both horizontal and vertical versions, the calendar starts on Sunday and Monday. Bring a touch of girly flair to your journal with this handy resource.
This March bullet journal monthly calendar spread is perfect to start the spring season! The printable comes in a vertical and horizontal versions as everyone sets up their planner differently. The calendars also start the week on Monday and Sunday. Make sure to join my email list to be notified when the next monthly calendar is up in the blog.
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March Bullet Journal Calendar – Sunday Start:
A march calendar can help you to stay organized and on track with tasks and goals. It is a great way to keep track of dates that may be important to you or your business. Additionally, a march calendar can be aesthetically pleasing and be a fun way to add a bit of personality to your workspace.
Follow the instructions in this tutorial to quickly and easily resize your printable to fit your planner. For best results, use the highest-quality settings on your printer. You can also laminate the printable and use a permanent marker to write on it. When you need to erase something, simply use rubbing alcohol or hand sanitizer to quickly and easily remove the marker.
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March Bullet Journal Monthly Calendar – Monday Start:
You can use any of my printables on your iPad! Using a calendar on an iPad is a great way to manage your daily tasks, appointments, and events. The iPad’s large screen makes it easy to view your entire schedule at a glance and create new events with just a few taps.
Save the printable to the “files” folder on your iPad, go to the GoodNotes app, select the “import” button, find the printable, and click on it. I personally prefer to use the “ball-pen” option and the pen thickness is 0.45.
Check out this tutorial to learn more tips and tricks to use on your digital planner. If you are new to the world of digital planning, I have a blog post dedicated to my digital bullet journal journey.
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