Hi everyone! I’m happy to share with you my bullet journal set up for September. The September kit was gorgeous and it was so easy to work with. I love taking the elements of the Cocoa Daisy kits and making them into something uniquely my own.
First off, I always make weekly pages for my gratitude journaling.
I absolutely loved this feather theme, so I gathered all relevant ephemera and put them together.
I cut one of the pretty dashboards in half to act as ‘borders’ for this weekly spread.
Here’s another one I made with the feather theme. I made sure they match the colors of the owl.
This kit also had botanical elements that have the same shade so I grouped them together.
This is the second time I have ever made a mood tracker, and I’m getting addicted to it. I wish I had a star stamp because I’m actually not so confident about drawing, even just tiny stars. This is my first time to also use acetate in any kind of work. Love that night sky theme!
I also created a page for meal planning because for two weeks, we will have no one to cook for us. This is where I’m jotting down the food options we have at the moment for takeout and delivery.
One of the tab stickers in the kit inspired me to make a dream journal page. I love journaling about my dreams and wishes. If you open my journals, you’ll find that I write about my dreams repeatedly. It is my belief that the more we make our dreams visible to our eyes in writing, the more likely they are to come true. I am a witness to that.
As always, I like to close the month with a reflection page about how things went. I actually researched some puns to make my titles match the owl/bird theme.
Thank you for dropping by. If you have any bullet journaling tips, hope you can share them in the comments below.
Tags: #cocoadaisykits, bullet journaling
I’m so amazed by the simplicity of your spreads and I would totally love to see how they look when they are filled out!
thanks so much Simone! love how they look good filled up. Cocoa Daisy just makes bullet journaling so fun!