A new approach to routine spread – a routine tracker.
I find it very useful – before your routine becomes your second nature it’s very useful to have a tracker like that to make sure you do what you planned to do.
This can also help to figure out your perfect routine – after some time see what are something you do and some things you don’t do during your routine. Analyze it and make changes in your routine based on what you found out.
I’d always say that two pages are probably too much for a routine spread, but then I saw this one.
Extra space allows you to add more details (like for example she elaborated on what house chores are to be done), as well as more decoration. And the journal is always fun when it’s decorated, wouldn’t you agree?
Probably my favorite routine spread; it has all the elements I love – doodles, a schedule, and pretty letters.
And can we also take a minute and show respect for somebody who wakes up 5-5:30 am! I used to do that when living in China and it really was an amazing morning start. But ever since we moved I can’t seem to go back to it.
Minimalist at its best – this page is so beautiful!
I kind of like that this daily routine has some free space to add different tasks depending on the day. I feel like if you leave your routine more flexible you have more chances to succeed at making it work.
I’ve been working on tweaking and establishing a new morning routine, and this is the page I came up with.
This is a spread from my February 2021 Bullet Journal setup, where I went pretty minimal and used different colors of paper for decoration. It turned out to be a pretty fun and easy way to add interest to the pages.
Beautiful routine, and I love that she created this page just for summer vacations.
Things like vacations (or a pandemic) really change our schedules so much that it’s a great idea to create a new routine just to make sure you don’t get lost in all the free time and just waste it all on Netflix.
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