How is March almost here already? How is that even right? Holy crap…
This month, we have a lot of different styles to choose from in the Bujo community. While Instagram seems to be full of plants, our favourite YouTubers are trying out all the new things, so we don’t have to!
We’ve got some familiar Bullet Journals, and some newbies, so settle in with your favourite beverage, relax and enjoy my top picks for March 2019.
Monogrammed Monochrome with The Petite Planner
The Petite Planner is certainly one of my faves to watch and listen to.
Her honesty and shoutouts to all the other artists that inspire her is so refreshing. She talks about her Binge Eating Disorder in this video, which a lot of us can definitely relate to.
Her floral habit tracker is gorgeous, even if it did take her forever! And that circular bill tracker is genius – inspired by Life By Whitney!
Geometric patterns with Keely-Marie Simpson
A really simple way of filling a page is with repetitive geometric patterns. Use colour, or leave them black and white like Keely-Marie’s for a clean look.
There’s a reason why zentangles are so popular, because “mindless” doodling can be really therapeutic and satisfying!
I love how she has abandoned the monthly log for March, as she just doesn’t need it this month. That’s really one of the best parts about the Bullet Journal – it adapts and changes with you!
It’s also a perfect example of a simple bujo – you don’t need to spend years setting up all sorts of spreads you’ll never use!
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Sticky owls with Planningwithkay
I love how Kay uses stickers to help make her spreads – perfect for those of us who don’t have great hand-paper co-ordination.
The owls are such a fun theme, but that Dutch Door is so practical, too! Those trackers are perfect.
Learn more about Bullet Journal trackers with our Ultimate Guide.
Also, a brain dump page is a MUST for my Bujo.
Black, White and Read with It’s Me, Andie!
Okay, I know I include Andie in a lot of my video round ups, but COME ON, her spreads are so cool!
This month, she’s using newspaper and paint markers to make gorgeously bold layouts.
Don’t you just love it? And it is so easy to make something super similar.
Plus, I live by the rule, “Done is better than perfect,” so, I couldn’t leave it out for March.
Pastel Watercolors with Roosa Mononen
We’re all loving watercolor in our journals, as well as pastel tones, so this theme by Roosa is perfect!
Easy to recreate, and still super practical, this theme is definitely one to consider if you haven’t planned your month already.
If you want a simplified version, just watercolour over your headings in splashes – it works wonders!
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Designed to be used alone as A4 sheets, or to be stuck in your A5 bullet journal. Mix and match with your own spreads, to help you save time!