omg this picture has given me so many ideas - this is what I want on a page of my new notebook/bullet journal! she also has a weekly version which might be even better. can use for the things i'm trying to do every day, etc.!
15 Free Printable Pages For Your Bullet Journal August SetUp 2016. Including Hello August, Habit Tracker, Monthly Log, Tasks & Goals, Weekly spreads with different motivational quotes for every week as well as August Memories.
Watercolor Habit Tracker! Be still my heart! Start each month on the right foot by using a gorgeous watercolor 2017 monthly task tracker in your bullet journal or planner. Print as you go and paste each months page at the beginning of the month. You get 12 columns to track any daily tasks you wish.
Are you a bullet journal or planner junkie? Need some time saving shortcuts with your headings? This is a collection of 36 popular headings in a fun font pairing. This pretty but minimal motif fits any style. Stickers are kiss cut and sticker sheets fit nicely in a standard A5 (5.8x8.3) journal or planner. INCLUDED HEADINGS ----------------------------------------------- Index Key Future Log Rapid Log Goals Projects To Read To Watch To Hear To Buy Tasks Habit Tracker Recipes Months of…
My weekly planner!! For me it's perfect because I have a little space for my appointments, A little habit tracker and enough space for tasks without a concrete date!__________________ Mi planning semanal! Para mí es perfecto porque tengo un poco de espacio para mis citas, un pequeño seguimiento de mis hábitos y espacio para mis tareas sin fecha concreta! #Bullet #Journal #BuJo #Planner #Week #Agenda #Semana #Tracker #Seguimiento #Habits #Habitos
year on a page; use for one habit/task; each day I do my task, I get to put a big red X over that day. "After a few days you'll have a chain. Just keep at it and the chain will grow longer every day. Your only job next is to not break the chain."
For 2016, I decided to start a bullet journal. This was a really hard decision because as a design student I am a sucker for nicely designed planners, but I can never find one that suits all my needs. I’m starting simple and hoping this works well for me. Here are a few of the spread set-ups I have: Quarter View, Month View, Status Check, Habit Tracker, Daily Tasks. I’m trying to let myself be loose and not compare myself too much to other formats that I see around studyblr. It’s important…