Hi, blog family!
Anyone else ever feel like time is flying by too quickly and you aren’t doing enough with it? That’s me at the moment. It’s bloody May and I’ve only gone on one holiday, I haven’t seen any live music yet and . . . okay, well I saw Hamilton (which was fucking amazing), but aside from that what else noteworthy has happened?
Yes, yes, I’m aware “first world problems”, but if I’m lucky enough to live in the first world and have all these opportunities, I don’t want to bloody waste them. I want to go to Australia and Egypt and Switzerland; I want to swim with turtles and go on jungle tours; I want to go to awesome music festivals. I want to do things!
Whatever – all of that was totally irrelevant; today, we’re going to be taking a peek into my bullet journal at my first two weekly spreads of May.
WHAT I USED TO CREATE THIS LOOK:
Then, once we get that out of the way, I’m going to share a couple of bullet journal spreads I’ve been loving at the moment – that are actually really easy to recreate. So if you need any bullet journal inspiration, I have got you covered.
My first week of May was back to work after Italy and pretty un-eventful. I got some plans in place, scouted some locations and things to do; I even applied for some cool opportunities – but I didn’t actually do much. (Although I have a date coming up that is a great way to milk my life for content ideas, so that should be fun/super-fucking-awkward.)
One thing I’ve actually started doing this year is making notes on what songs I’m obsessed with – a la Priya, I may want to make a 2018 playlist in December. If you want to see what songs I’ve been loving for the first weeks of May . . . take a read!
Guys, I am shook – if you haven’t heard Alice Merton Roots, give it a listen. My coworker shared her with me with the glowing praise of “she sounds a bit like Florence The Machine” and I was immediately sold.
Also, that “schedule 100 posts” is for Pinterest. I wish I could schedule 100 blog posts, but your girl is not that organised.
At the time of writing, because I’m just so organised, week 2 of May has not happened for me yet – but here’s my blank spread. I was really feeling green when I was setting this up as I was chilling in my garden, enjoying nature and all that good stuff.
So those are my first weekly spreads for May . . . now onto some cute AF bullet journal spreads that you can recreate at home! (All sources are linked to the photos.)
**By the way, if you’re interested in setting up a bullet journal of your own, but aren’t sure what they are or where to start take a read of my Setting Up A Bullet Journal Guide**
(This spread is mine; I’m queen of the easy!)
Okay, my beautiful people, that is this post . . . wrapped! I hope you’re all having a good May so far; what do you think of my bullet journal spread? Do you have a bullet journal? Which of the 5 simple spreads to recreate did you like the best? Let me know your thoughts down below!