Ya'll. It's May 2018. Who else is a little freaked out at how fast this year is going? Just me? I found these super cute bullet journal monthly spreads online, and of course, I'm sharing!
If you've just started with your bullet journal or thinking to start one (on the cheap), check out this post, and if you're looking for supplies for your bullet journal, I share some super cute and practical ideas in this post. Looking for weekly spread ideas? Check out this post.
Bullet Journal Monthly Spreads
You can lay out a monthly spread in so many ways. The most common way is by using a calendar type layout, which is really easy to replicate. I like calendars for really lazy days, and it's something that I can just print out quickly too.
Another type of monthly layout can include your goals for the month as well as important dates, habit trackers and more.
If you want to focus on certain things one month, put 'em in your monthly spread to help you keep track of it and monitor your progress.
Monthly Spread Inspiration
These are some of the cutest spreads I found today, and they're pretty simple to replicate with your own stylistic flair, of course.
I'm still working on my hand lettering, and each day, it gets a little more legible, haha!
In this spread by Kate, you can see cute little snowflakes (add flowers and leaves for spring time), and a habit tracker to keep track throughout the month. She added a quote too: Decide. Commit. Succeed. I love that.
Maddie uses simple elements on her one page monthly spread. It has all of the important stuff (for her) and helps her keep track of goals and things she needs to get done.
Miya has created such a flirty layout with hand lettering I'd love to be able to do. One day, I shall! She injects little boxes of important things she wants to keep track of as well as nice littel quote to keep her inspired.
You can see something as simple as outlining a black box in a fun color adds a different element to the spread.
Here, Jen lays out a simple calendar surrounded by seasonal elements and a few boxes to itemize tasks, goals and deadlines. I love the leaves, and I'm kind of wishing it was fall again.
So there you have a bit of inspiration for your next bullet journal monthly spread. I quite enjoy laying everything out on one spread. It helps me stay focused so that I'm not flipping around trying to find things.
Also, finding spreads for inspiration online is quite the difficult task. Most bullet journalists use Instagram to share their spreads, and that doesn't make it too easy to re-share on blog posts. However, I will continue to search so that I'll have more to share next time!