September is ending very soon. It’s just crazy how fast time flies, right? I can’t believe it’s already October and we’re only 3 months away from 2018. September has been pretty busy for me, in a good way, even though I haven’t had the time to keep up with my regular posting schedule. One of the many things that keep me busy this month is my two little guinea pigs. They are handful but, also, a huge bundle of joys. You can follow me on Instagram where I post about them daily. Anyway, October is right around the corner which means it’s time a another Bullet Journal Setup post. If you want to see how I set up my bullet journal for September, check out this link HERE.
August is ending in just a few days, which means it’s time for another Bullet Journal Setup post. If you want to see how my August bullet journal looks like, check it out right HERE. For the month of September, I decided to go with the gems theme and used purple as my main color. As always, I had so much fun setting up my bullet journal and I couldn’t wait to share with y’all.
As I’m writing this, August is coming in two days. August also marks a year since I joined the bullet journal community. In the beginning, it was just a mere curiosity. When I saw people posting about their bullet journal setup on Instagram and Tumblr, I thought it was such a great idea to have your own customized planner and I wondered if I could replicate that. I tried…and now, I don’t think I’d ever stop bullet journaling.
After one year, bullet journal has become a part of my routine. Setting it up is something that I look forward to every week and every month. And this month isn’t an exception. Maybe because it’s a one-year mark, I went a little extra on the August bullet journal setup and I really love it. I thought I’d share it with you guys and, hopefully, it will give you some ideas and inspirations for your own bullet journal setup.
My August bullet journal setup was inspired by @amandarachdoodles. Amanda said the coral reef and seashells is a great theme to end the summer and I can’t agree more. This whole “under the sea” theme will reminisce about my summer well spent at the beach.