Time just buzzed past, and I am so behind with my blogging and Thanksgiving series. But, the good thing is that I have a new job that’s been keeping me busy for the past month.
Although, I have a full 9am-6pm work now, I still take time to design and fill in my bullet journal. For April, I decided to give in to my dear friend’s request to use red. Well, at least for the Monthly header.
I also used the stickers I got from a gashapon/gacha gacha. They were so cute, and apt for the season, so, why not?
The monthly calendar is back again, with a more tamed design. I also included the Goals and To-Do lists on the same page.
The habit tracker also has a simpler design. I’m happy to say that I finally shaded the yoga lines this month. 🙂 Living alone gives me a lot of time to do things I could never do when I was staying at my colleagues’ house.
I used an easy and colorful way to track my mood this month. I decided to write down the colors I’m going to use since I had a hard time last month remembering the correct ones.
I didn’t make an expense list this month, since it wasn’t that useful to me last March. In my opinion, it’s kind of depressing to see my money slowly dwindling down. 😦 That’s why I’m going back to my old habit of bringing just enough money for the week. As long as I don’t go over budget, I’m happy.
As you can see, my weekly spread was reduced to one page instead of the usual two pages. I wanted to try a daily spread this month, so, the following pages will be dedicated to a diary-style writing.
And that’s my April bullet journal. I’m sorry if it took so long to post this. Life and work is just very busy at the moment. But I promise to do my best to share more about my daily adventures.
If you like my designs, or if you have any suggestions for my bullet journal, don’t hesitate to comment below. Look forward to more stories and stuff. Talk to you again soon! 😉
Here is my new favorite drink in a seasonal-designed cup: Cafe Latte (Lawson)