Hello beautiful people!
It has come to that time to switch to a new Bullet Journal … as my current one has three pages left … a new bullet journal experience to explore!
I hope you all enjoy it!
Literally my original layout for 2019, which you can find here. I really liked the doodles and colours I chose before, so I simply mimicked that.
- Tombow Dual Brush Pen Set, 10-Pack, Landscape Colors
- Tombow Dual Brush Pen Set, 10-Pack, Portrait Colors
- A5 Gold Crescent Moon Bullet Journal by Archer & Olive
- 4 Roll Black Masking Tape (Bronzing) (both black backgrounds with stars)
- Floral Sticker Book By Recollections
- Tombow 66403 Mono Drawing Pen (3), 3-Pack, 3 Piece
The colours I used specifically for this set up are 942, 772 and 192. For the Tombow Mono Drawing Pens, I used 01.
Changes & additional notes
I made the decision to NOT include a bunch of the things from the first bullet journal … yearly goals, cleaning tasks, my trackers and my 2019 reading page to name a few. This is where YOU have to decide what’s best for you. I know that I will have my first journal handy, so I will still complete those things but in that journal.
Some people transfer EVERYTHING, but I don’t really see the point … because then I have TWO places to complete everything (and I’m one of those people that can’t leave it empty in one journal … that’s just wrong).
For editing my photos, all I did was go into VSCO and use the following: sharpen, brightness, and contrast.
New 2019 Bullet Journal Layout
To make the images larger, right click and select open in new tab.
Title Page & Key
Year at a Glance & Future Log
I really do plan to simply call this a “birthday log” for 2020 … since that’s all I put here ha-ha! And it’s been SUPER helpful this year.
Pens List & Wants List
Like in my original layout for earlier this year, I’ll have a page for all my pens. I wasn’t going to add this, but I use this MORE times than I can count. And that way, I don’t NEED to pull out my other journal when I plan new spreads. To see what it looks like with the pen samples, click here.
That’s a wrap! Let me know if there’s anything you’d like information on. How to use a key? Where to get supplies? Tips and tricks for starting your first bullet journal? Anything!