Hello my friends! I’m Dayna—@daynadoodles on Instagram—and I’m going to show you how to create a Thanksgiving bullet journal spread so you can have your Thanksgiving recipes (mine are based off of my mom’s Thanksgiving dinner ^_^) and ingredients all in one place.
By: Salena Salomone of @salenasbujo
Hello everyone! I’m Salena from @salenasbujo and I’m here to show you how to start a minimalist bullet journal. If you’re anything like I was a few years ago, you’ve seen bullet journals online that look useful, but the thought of actually putting pen to paper to create your own spreads seems like a daunting task. Today I hope to show you that it doesn’t have to be, and that a future log and monthly spreads are great ways to stay organized if standard planners just don’t work for you.
Hi everyone! I’m Maddy from @planwithmaddy and I’m going to show you how to create a self-care spread in your bullet journal. Self-care has always been important to me, and with the world’s current state, it feels even more necessary. With this spread, you can set self-care goals and track your daily habits.
By: Andrea of @wildeyesbujo
Hey everyone! Andrea here from @wildeyesbujo and today I’m going to show you how to set up a gratitude journal. Given the current state of the world and the uncertainty that we are all feeling, a gratitude journal is a great and easy way to increase positivity and reduce stress. For this journal, I’ll show you how to track daily, weekly, and monthly gratitude reflection.