For my March digital bullet journal setup, I decorated my digital planner with flowers and butterflies to represent the beginning of a new season. My favorite season of the year is Spring, I love the colorful flowers and the smell of fresh air while I ride my bike
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To draw on my digital planner, I use the app Notability. Notability is an amazing app if you want to hand draw all your designs and to take school notes digitally. Another great app similar to Notability is GoodNotes. The only big difference between Notability and GoodNotes is that Notability allows you to rotate your handwritten text, while GoodNotes only allows you to rotate images.
March Digital Bullet Journal Setup – Video:
If you love watching plan-with-me videos, check out the video I made decorating my digital planner.
I want my digital planner to represent my girly and feminine personality. The first page of my index is full of my yearly digital planner setup and the first two months of the year. The planner I’m using: Pink Flowery Digital Planner.
The second page of the index starts with March’s setup. The cool part about digital planning is that all the numbers in my digital planner are hyperlinked (clickable), which means that when I click on the numbers they take me to that specific page.
March Cover Page:
Before I draw anything on my paper planner or digital planner, I try to create a visual idea in my mind of how I want the pages to look.
For the front cover of my March setup, I wanted the left page to have a lot of flowers and the calendar of the month in the middle of the page. For the right page, I wanted the future log’s title to make the page look simple and elegant. The stickers I used on this page are March Flower Names, butterfly future log sticker, and Flowers in the borders.
These pages were the most difficult for me to create, I didn’t know how I wanted the calendar to look like or how I wanted March title to look. I ended up drawing this page two times.
I love the final outcome of these two pages, it’s simple and elegant at the same time. I want the flowers and the green color of the calendar to stand out more than the March title. The quote says:
“If there is a lesson I’ve learned latetly, it’s the importance of letting the universe know what you want”. – Ricky Martin, Me
This is my favorite page out of the whole setup. I love how the leaves on the title embrace the weekly to-dos words. The stickers I used on this page are weekly to-dos stickers and heart days of the week stickers.
When I write down all the good and positive things that happen in my life, I tend to be more positive and optimistic about everything! You can find this free gratitude log printable here.
To add this printable to my digital planner, I screenshot it and saved it in my camera roll as a picture.
March Mood tracker:
This page is brand new in my planner, I wanted to be able to practice my lettering at the same time that I keep track of my moods. You can find this lettering printable here.
FREE March Digital Planner Stickers:
If you loved my digital planner, here are the digital stickers that I used in some of the pages. My favorite is the future log with butterflies.
If you use any of my printables of stickers, please tag me on Instagram or any social media @lifeismessyandbrilliant
If you want to learn about digital planners and bullet journaling join my Facebook group! Readers from all over the world share their bullet journal layouts and digital layouts. It’s amazing to see and learn from other people that share a common interest.❤
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