Marica Veress
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Note Frames

studypetals: “ // days of productivity // made a reference page for frames (with a different color scheme!) to use while taking notes! i switched to the purple pilot because my navy one is almost out ): zoom in for better.

Note Frames

studypetals: “ // days of productivity // made a reference page for frames (with a different color scheme!) to use while taking notes! i switched to the purple pilot because my navy one is almost out ): zoom in for better.

A collection of monthly and yearly “Hello” pages. These typically are divided pages that end one section of your journal and begin another.

A collection of monthly and yearly “Hello” pages. These typically are divided pages that end one section of your journal and begin another.

One of the best things of bullet journaling for me is the fact that you can change any layout to suit your needs. You can create your own totally from scratch, or you can get inspired from all the amazing fellow bullet journalists online.  So, how can you create your own weekly spread? Here are some tips that work for me:

Weekly spread bullet journal double page. Boxed off daily sections and task section. Month at a glance and next month coming up. Great inspiration for bullet journal

675 Likes, 5 Comments - Bullet Journal Inspire (@bujoinspire) on Instagram: “#Repost @injoy_xx (@get_repost) ・・・ weekly spread”

675 Likes, 5 Comments - Bullet Journal Inspire (@bujoinspire) on Instagram: “#Repost @injoy_xx (@get_repost) ・・・ weekly spread”