My Bullet Journal: May & June Spreads

Last year I did an entire series of posts about My Bullet Journal journey. It was the first year I started, and I shared my tools, tips, spreads, mistakes, and ideas. I am using a Leuchtturm 1917 Medium Size Hardcover A5 Notebook with Dotted Pages in Purple for 2018. I hope you enjoy my spreads and ideas from my bullet journal. I’d love if you would share your own ideas or photos of your journals with me, too!

2017 Bullet Journal Posts

2018 Bullet Journal Posts

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May & June Spreads

New Workspace

I recently moved (again) and I am ECSTATIC that I now have an a dedicated workspace for the first time in two years! Ever since I started bullet journaling, I have never had a desk. I’ve done most of it in my bed. Now I have this AWESOME, beautiful workspace with a great view that I love. I have everything set up the way I need it for now and it is working well. Really conducive to being productive when you don’t have to keep moving everything to get up and down or because your foot falls asleep. Can you tell I’m in love?

 

New Weekly Layouts

I decided to try yet another new weekly layout in May. It turned out alright. I only did these two weeks since I also gave up my bullet journal for a while. These spreads took a while to make. I messed up a few of the boxes and didn’t make them tall or wide enough and had to go back and fix them.

I tried another new layout in June! I am just gallivanting on to new things. I like the way I did the first lay out a lot. I think I just really like that orange washi tape! You can see some of them blank(ish) and then filled in.

 

New Artwork

I’ve done small-time doodles throughout the past few months. I was most proud of these sketches. I love my little cottage house, so I had to include that somehow. I kind of like the sketch better than the colored version. I also sketched what I was doing or what happened a few days, like when I discovered my stove wasn’t working.

 

Mid-Year Check-Ins

At the beginning of the year when I shared my bullet journal photos across my platforms, I said I was only going to share one of my loans (not my Jeep or student loan). This loan is *almost* paid off. I can’t wait! I think when it is I am going to consolidate all my credit card debt and roll it into a loan to pay off through my credit union. But in terms of my Jeep loan, I am almost sitting at 9K remaining and my student loan is sitting at 10.3K. I am hoping my loan forgiveness paperwork will go through the first time and it will shave 5K off of it. That will be SUPER nice!

My Instagram following was a steady incline for the longest, and then it plateaued for quite a while. It has ticked up just a bit again and I am happy to say I’ve reached 550 followers. I only have one square left! I didn’t think I would be able to fill all of these in 2018, but I might be wrong. 🙂 Follow me @sissybearla.


Do you have any cute end-of-school or summer spreads?

What are the select supplies that are your go-to materials?

Is there anything in particular you want to see me feature in My Bullet Journal posts?

12 thoughts on “My Bullet Journal: May & June Spreads

  1. I love your loan tracker and your insta page so much! Your May and June spreads are also pretty amazing!

  2. Yay for having a dedicated work space! I have a few spaces where I work but nothing dedicated and I think that’s the thing I’d change the most. We have plans to turn what was once a kid’s room but is now essentially a storage room into my office/reading room but that’s a while away. LOVE your layouts! They’re gorgeous and look like such a pretty way to keep track of things.

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