Hello Planning Mashers!
It’s a new month, so it’s time for a new Bullet Journal setup.
Today we will be looking into my November Plan With Me, and I hope you love this theme as much as I do.
Yeah, October has been a crazy month, so I’m very late with my November setup.
So when on the 1st of November I finally sat down to do it, I knew I had to go with something simple but also fun to keep me motivated.
That’s how I decided to go with the monochromatic baking theme, so I could have fun doodling all the deliciousness and not have to put too much thought into the colors.
Oh yeah, and I figured it would be a perfect theme to try out all my beautiful Faber Castell pens.
Just one more final note before we dive in – I feel like probably Nicole from Plans That Blossom was a great inspiration for this theme. Her doodles are always lovely, and she also uses a lot of Faber Castell pens.
I feel like this theme came out looking a bit in her style, so I thought I’d mention it here since she was always my inspiration anyways.
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As every month in my square journal, I’m starting with a quote page related to the theme, which is baking.
Here you can also see what I meant when I said it’s a monochromatic theme. For every page, I’ll be using just one color and will be coloring just some details.
That way, every page will look different but still on the theme,
For the cover page, apart from baking I also added some Fall elements, since after all November is a Fall month.
I also decided to go with a thick outline of the group of doodles, and I must say I loved the way it looks, so that this format will often be on my pages this month.
I also decided when it comes to fonts to go with something straightforward. These days I need that since I know, my motivation suffers.
But if you’re looking for more ideas in that department, check my post 23 Creative Fonts For Your Bullet Journal.
Again I love how much space you get from a square journal. I get to have a large monthly log and enough space for whatever else I might need to write down.
The square journal is my favorite format at the moment, and if you decide to get one too, remember that you can get 10% off your order if you use code MASHA10.
Also, looking at this month, I’m so surprised at how busy it already looks! But that’s one of the reasons why I love this calendar format so much – you get to see things so much clearer.
Monthly To Do
This is a bit of a mess of a page, which also has a pretty accessible format.
I’m trying to use that space to kind of set my weekly goals and just unload my brain.
So far, my first week of the month wasn’t too productive, but I did a lot for my mental health, so I’m proud of myself for being in a much better place generally.
Habit Tracker and Mood Tracker
As always, I love putting these two together, especially since my habit tracker format is pretty basic, with just mini calendars.
Now that I started the month, I started a few more habits actually, so maybe I’ll add a few for the next month.
Also, doodling all those things for the mood tracker definitely took a while, but I kind of had fun with it as well!
Doodling is one of the most calming activities for me and has so many benefits.
If you want to learn more about it, check my post 5 Incredible Benefits Of Doodling And How To Get Started.
Bullet Journal Gratitude Log
Of course, a must-have page for every month.
But at the same time, I also know I often forget about it and can’t usually fill it out every day of the month.
In November, however, I’m making a general shift in my behavior (aka I’m working on myself and my habits and routines), so I’m more mindful and remember better to write things down here.
Plan With Me
However late I am posting this, I still hope you’ll like it!
This was a pretty spontaneous setup, but I’m delighted to see how it turned out.
What theme did you choose for November?
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