Who’s ready for the first Bullet journal set up post of the year?!
Happy New Year Bookworms, Planner and BuJo Babes! I hope the beginning of this new decade has started off in the right foot and you are ready to take on the new adventure that 2020 will be! I know I am!
My journey into the bullet journal world was unexpected and difficult last year. I didn’t know where to begin, how to even start, and how to make it a habit. However, as the months went by, I began to get the hang of it! Now here we are in 2020 and I feel much more confident in my skills; I cannot wait to continue sharing my journey with you all.
Some BuJo Resources/Videos:
- Pick Up Limes – Minimal bullet journal setup » for productivity + mindfulness
- MaryBerryStudios – 2020 Bullet Journal Set Up and Plan With Me
The overall theme of my bujo this year is BRING IT. I’m ready to take on new challenges, go on new adventures and am ready to face everything head-on. I want to incorporate motivating and uplifting quotes throughout the pages to remind me to keep positive and enjoy life.
I decided to add a Resolutions Page for this year, in where I list out all the resolutions I want to strive for in the upcoming year. Like everyone, resolutions are something I think about and never really materialize. Having them written begins the process of visualizing them.
The next few pages are the Future log, My Year in Books/Goodreads Challenge and a 2020 vision board!
Moving on to the actual month of January
My bujo is primarily where I keep track of my book blog stats and planning, I decided to add a content calendar page for the month where I can jot down where I’m posting and what I’m posting.
On the pages after that, I added in the Get Social inserts from Happy Planner which will help me keep track of my social media accounts related to my blog. With two types of pages; the Get social inserts include a page for tracking my social media stats, a social media checklist and a page for planning out my content, complete with an area for inspiration, content ideas, hashtags&keywords and theme ideas.
After those pages is where the weekly layout begins. The layout is the same I’ve been using previously where I stamp the weekdays and list the tasks underneath. Instead of having a habits page like in my previous bullet journal, I decided to add a small habit tracker for the week underneath.
This layout allows me to have more control of my habit tracker and because it’s in the same page as the week, I feel like I’ll have an easier time actually following them.
To see my other Happy Planning Posts, click here!
What was your favorite 2019 bujo spread? Let me know in the comments below or leave the link to your post!