As mentioned in my previous post, I did have to start my 2019 BuJo again after breaking my original one. Therefore, the first couple of weeks of January are reasonably plain layouts due to me having to start this new BuJo part way though the month.
So, without further ado, lets get into January’s layout.
I started the month off with a quote from Throne of Glass (which I read and loved in January) “Rattle the Stars”. I followed this with a January cover page. You may have seen this leaf design before, it was August 2018’s cover page theme.
This is followed by my mood tracker for January. I decided to do fairy lights as I wasn’t ready to completely give Christmas up quite yet. I then decided to do a Blog/Vlog schedule for the month of January. I started doing this in my last 2019 BuJo and it was really helping me see when I should post and what I’m posting so I decided to replicate this.
Something else that is new in this monthly layout, monthly reads tracker. I use Goodreads to track the books I read but I like to track my reads for the month as well. So, I decided to set this tracker up where I make a note of the book, my rating, and what date I finished the book on. I have also started noting down when I started a book so I can keep track of how long it is taking me to get through certain books. On the opposite page is a very plain weekly layout. As mentioned above, I started this BuJo half way through the month, but I wanted to make sure I recorded what had happened in the weeks previous.
Another plain weekly layout. This is followed by a One Line A Day page. I really enjoyed doing this last year and I think its so nice to reflect on the good things that happened in the month rather than the bad things.
Week 3 layout. As you can see, this is a new layout for me. I’m trying this out for the month of January, and it seems to be working out well. It’s easy to set up and I enjoy that I have a weekly events box and a To Do box on top of my weekly layout. It’d helping me to see things a lot clearer.
Week 4 layout. Same again as Week 3.
2-page spread for my trip to Scotland. This is where I will make notes about what we did, where we went, what we saw, etc. (haven’t filled this out yet which completely defeats the object, I know). Helps me to remember the holiday as making it easier to do a blog post about my holiday.
Week 5 layout. I switched up my To Do list for a Stats list this week. I want to be able to track my stats each month and see how I’m doing so this is a really handy way for me to do that.
So, there you have it, my January bullet journal. I hope you have enjoyed this post and possibly found some inspiration from this layout. Thank for checking it out.