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I wanted to try something a little different for my July bullet journal set up. I don’t know about you but I get really bored of drawing outlines and grids in my journal. Personally, I want my bullet journal to be something that is quick and easy as I don’t have loads of spare time to be making it look pretty. I recently signed up to the Lollipop Box Club monthly subscription so I decided to use bits and pieces from my box in my bullet journal. I LOVE how it’s turned out and I have nothing but good things to say about my Lollipop box. It’s filled with so many wonderful arts and crafts supplies that are perfect for journaling, card making, scrapbooking etc.
Everything you see on my month overview page came in my Lollipop Box subscription kit! I loved not having to draw out grids. This was quick and easy to design, but it looks so colourful and fun. The theme of the box is ‘When Life Gives You Lemons’. This is perfect for summer and has made my bullet journal look really colourful. I always like to have a month overview page in my bullet journal. It’s something I can quickly refer to for plans and I also use it to plan out my blog content. I don’t have many plans really because of Coronavirus, but I am going wedding dress shopping which is really exciting!
Next up is my meal planner. I swear by meal planning so I always like to have a section in my bullet journal for it. Again, this was from my Lollipop box subscription! I can’t get over how many amazing things come in this box! Can we also just talk about how beautiful this patterned lemon paper is?! This spread was super quick and easy to make and it’s perfect for adding all of my meal ideas.
To-do list and goals
I’ve made this really simple spread for writing down any major to-do’s and my goals for the month. This spread only took me a couple of minutes to make and it serves a purpose! Most of my life just revolves around planning my wedding at the moment which is very exciting! and it’s nice to have it all written down to look back on.
I’ve really enjoyed creating my July bullet journal spreads. I don’t think I particularly have a ‘traditional’ bullet journal with habit trackers etc, but I just do what works for me. Using my Lollipop Box subscription kit has made creating these spreads so quick and easy and I love how the pages look!
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