Looking for inspiration for your Boho Bullet Journal theme? Worry no more! I chose “boho” as my theme for March, and I’m ready to share with you a ton of resources and tips so you can create your own amazing bohemian-style spreads!
I’ll share first which spreads I did, and then give you some pointers and inspirations from all over the internet. Let’s dive in.
Boho is such a fun Bullet Journal theme, and it can be interpreted in so many ways!
So in this post, I’ll share with you my take, as well as inspirations from other creators, so you can pick yourself what version of this theme you prefer.
If you like my take, at the end of the post, there is a Doodle With Me video tutorial for all the little doodles I used for this setup.
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Bullet Journal Supplies
For this theme, I chose bright colors instead of pastels. I felt like I wanted it to be more tribal. So mainly, I used Zebra Mildliner pens from the warm set, the cold set, and the neon set.
Another great option is to use stickers and washi tapes. Of course, I gathered a few amazing options for you.
My favorite shopping place is, of course, Etsy, and here are some awesome boho options I found there:
In case you’re more of an Amazon person, they have plenty of goodies there as well:
Plan With Me: Boho Bullet Journal Theme Setup
We’re starting from my own monthly setup.
It really is a pretty simple one to create; the doodles are all very basic. But all together and colored, they look cute, and I love how they came out.
Bullet Journal Cover Page
Let’s start with the font. After looking for some inspiration on Pinterest, I found this tribal font. I thought it’d be absolutely perfect, and I ended up using it for the whole monthly setup.
As for doodles, after thinking a bit, I decided boho for me is mainly these 3 things: feathers and dreamcatchers, eyes, and tribal patterns.
Don’t ask why. Actually, if you have a better name for this theme, please comment below!
This month, I’m trying something new. I’m back to the vertical setup (as you know, I barely ever use it), and I’ll be using it for more than just planning.
On the left side, I’ll be writing events, appointments, and deadlines, but the larger right side will be my little dairy. I’m writing one big thing that happened each day. It can be my achievements or something that brought me lots of emotions. Like a one-sentence summary of the day.
Do you use a vertical layout a lot, or you’re more of a calendar person?
Monthly Habit Tracker
One of my most popular habit trackers is this Healthy Day tracker. It was also one of the best ones I’ve ever used. That’s why this month, I decided to go back to this design.
As you might know, my word for 2019 is “success”, and the focus is on developing my online projects. Therefore, this month the focus is on my blog, and so the habit tracker is all about little things I should be doing daily to make it grow.
On the bottom, I added a little tracker for personal habits I need to track. I don’t want this to distract me from my focus, so it’s just 2 main habits I need: to stay healthy and become a bit better every day (MMM stands for My Miracle Morning).
For my goals page, I went with the usual system of having a list of goals and then having a week-by-week review of what I did to achieve these goals.
Something new I did this month – I left almost half a page for my goals spread. Now, I noticed that sometimes I don’t really reach my goals completely. I usually make progress and move towards THE ULTIMATE GOAL, but just not fast enough.
So this month, under my list of goals, I’ll be adding how exactly I plan to achieve them. It’s a small action plan of the little steps I need to take daily to get where I want to be by the end of the month.
For me, The end of the month is one of the busiest times. I need to make sure I’ve done all I planned and prepared for and plan next month. That’s when I create a monthly review Bullet Journal page.
Plus, of course, it’s time to choose the theme and setup new month in my BuJo (yup when it comes to creativity, I can’t really plan it too much in advance, I’m a last-minute kind of girl).
So to make sure the Monthly review page isn’t something I should be worried about, I added it at the beginning of the month. Plus, I thought it went very well with my goals page.
Some time ago, I changed the way I do my reviews (I do monthly and weekly reviews now). As you can see, I divide my month into 6 parts: what I did for my goals, what’s the monthly outcome, monthly events, what made me happy, what lessons I learned, and monthly gratitude.
Bullet Journal Weekly Log
More like, “why I don’t do my weekly setups in advance”. If you read some of my Plan With Me posts, you know that weekly logs are never there.
It’s pretty easy. I work full time, I bullet journal and do some online studies, I write this blog, and I moonlight as a masked vigilante (some of those might be fake).
My every week is different; sometimes, I’ll have more time for myself and working on my projects. That’s when I need my big weeklies and have time to do more doodling and decorations.
However, some weeks are extremely work-heavy. Those are the ones when I barely have time for anything other than work, so just a running list is enough to plan my week on a personal level.
Knowing that everything can change from one week to another, I got into a habit of setting up my week on Sunday when I already have more or less an understanding of what to expect.
But I always upload them at the end of the month, so here they are.
I really love how much space a Nuuna journal gives me.
So much space for daily boxes, and I still have enough to do a little weekly review. It’s really something that helps me to get a better feel of how my week went.
One-page weekly spreads are super easy and fast to set up.
I really like how the idea of adding different color shadows to the daily boxes worked out.
As you can see, I used a dutch door concept to create these two weekly spreads.
Nuuna journal has a pretty thin paper, so when I use dutch door, it doesn’t really affect much the structure of the journal.
Doodle With Me: Boho Doodles
If you feel like adding some boho doodles to your BuJo but you’re not sure where to get ideas, check out my boho doodles tutorial below, together with my March Flip Through!
Here are also a few ideas on how to create a boho theme in your Bullet Journal because I don’t find everything, and sometimes I just spend an evening doodling.
Here is the result!
Have you ever tried a boho Bullet Journal theme?
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