Only 17 days late! It took me a little time to find a quote I liked — I’d done the rest of the pages on the 2nd or 3rd, I think — so it’s a very delayed set of pictures.
It didn’t take a long time to create though, what with the not needing any extra pages thing; it’s not like I can go anywhere that might require more exhaustive info. Strangely therapeutic though, it was the closest to enjoying mindless doodling I’ve come. (I don’t much enjoy aimless drawing.)
And no writing-related things, because although it’s Camp NaNoWriMo — not that you’d guess, most of the emails have been about the Young Writer’s Programme — my writing progress, as you can see from the habit tracker, is distinctly spotty. Uninterrupted writing time is hard to come by, even (especially?) when you’re trapped at home.
Colours again provided by the Zebra Mildliners, in particular the gold, smoke-blue and magenta pens from the Deep & Warm set.
If I was in any way organised, I’d already be considering what next month’s theme is. As it is… well, maybe next time I’ll manage to share the pages before halfway through the month!
Does anyone else bullet journal? I’d love to see your pages, so drop a link in the comments if you want to share.
After neglecting my poor bullet journal for a few months, a sudden burst of energy came over me and I actually managed to produce this month’s pages!
I’d actually intended to use this theme for one of the previous month’s filler pages (since it’s been a while since I last did it… so much for it being able to help my ADHD!) but I started doodling it on the month page without thinking, then it kind of ran away with me.
Why pink? Good question. It’s because just over six months ago, I selected all my colours for each month on my year-at-a-glance page. It seemed like a smart idea at the time.
There’s June, looking all… pink. Handily, I have some Tombow ABT pens that match up almost perfectly with the Zebra Mildliners I created that spread with, so that worked out quite well in terms of colour range.
It’s only simple this month, because I don’t think I’m going to be needing a weekly planner, all things considered. I might add something more writing-related than my usual tracker though, since it’s JuNoWriMo and I’ll be using it to try to make a serious dent in my Singer/Songwriter story. Maybe even find a title, who knows?
…Of course, I’d have started making that dent if I hadn’t spent a couple of hours working on this. I had intended to do this yesterday, but life does like to get in the way a lot for someone who barely gets to leave the house.
If anyone has any great ideas for writing-related spreads I’d love to see them. Failing that (since I know it’s all crickets round here), if I find any good ones I’ll edit this and add them for future reference.