The Perfect Bullet Journal Monthly Spread Is The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of
To me, the Bullet Journal Monthly Spread is right up there with the weekly spread. You can keep your Calendexes (Calendi?) and your bullet journal dailies, but I absolutely need my monthly spreads. In a bullet journal, there’s a million ways to keep track of what’s happening in the months to come, from the traditional calendar to the monthly log to the Calendar Wheel.
And the greatest thing about the monthly log in a bullet journal? Is that you can change it each month, of course!
Traditional Monthly Calendars
Traditional monthly calendars are just that. Most bullet journalers spice them up with doodles or fun lettering.
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Sideways Monthly Calendar
The sideways calendar would be hard for me to get used to, I think. But some people love it!
Monthly Calendar with Habit Tracker
Habit trackers are an way to remind you what to focus on each week, or in this case, month. Some of us I won’t name names) love to put habit trackers in their bullet journal, then after a week, forget to track their habits.
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The monthly log comes straight from the original bullet journal method. If you don’t need to see your events in the typical calendar fashion and love all things linear, the Monthly Log is for you!
@fluhents (now a private account)
Monthly Log with Habit Tracker
These lovely journals use a monthly log and add a habit tracker to stay super organized!
Monthly Calendar AND Monthly Log
Have lots and lots of appointments? Try using both the traditional calendar AND a monthly log.
Monthly Welcome Page
I just love the pages that people use to welcome the month (or even say goodbye). Adds a little fun to the journal.
Monthly Log plus Welcome
Once you welcome the month, might as well get right down to business.
The calendar wheel is such a cool and relatively new bullet journal concept. Track your dates in the month using a circle, rather than a list or calendar.
There you have it! How did you like the collection? If you have a link to another beautiful monthly spread, leave it in the comments below.