After my video of my 5th bullet journal setup, a lot of you asked me to make a flip through video of my 4th bullet journal. I’ve been bullet journaling for almost 3 years now and I always like to go back through my previous bullet journals and see how I was creating my spreads then, which pages I preferred to add to my monthly setup and generally to see how much my layouts have evolved through time. So, I thoroughly enjoyed creating this video and going through all the pages I’ve created in 2018 so far.
I’ll show you now some pictures of a few of the spreads that I created in my 4th bullet journal, but make sure to scroll down to the bottom of the post, where you can find the Flip Through Video.
I also have a whole Course dedicated on ‘Creative Journaling’, where I show you step by step how I setup my 4th bullet journal. This course is full with information, advice, tips & tricks as well a workbook and lots of printables.
For more information about the course click here.
If you follow the link, you can also get a printable of this design, plus some of my other quotes and drawings I’ve created in my previous bullet journals.
This notebook also has a pre-made Key page and an Index, which is very handy. I kept things minimal this time and to the point.
One more spread you can find in my 4th bullet journal is the one I created about my Word of the Year. For 2018 the word I chose was Believe and I decided to create a whole spread dedicated to that word, in order to remind myself of it throughout the year, and to really start believing in myself and my potential! Adding some relevant quotes and a nice drawing makes this spread really inspiring every time I look at it. I’ve written a blog post on how I choose my Word of the Year each time.
One of the most functional spreads in my bullet journal is my shopping list spread. This is where I have created a master shopping list for both my supermarket and my vegetable shopping. And the way I use it is to go through it, while I’m creating my shopping list each week, to make sure I don’t forget anything. I have a post-it note on the left hand page where I note down everything I need as I remember it within the week, and when I need to go shopping I just take that note with me. Simple!
Lastly, this is one of the many weekly spreads that you’ll see in my video. I prefer creating weekly spreads instead of daily ones. You can see in the picture how my spread looks when it’s filled in. Actually this is one of my favourite layouts that I use all the time. And you can see all the weekly layouts I like in the following video.