Yeah, I’m going back to a bullet journal Yeah, I don’t know. I need more flexibility and sometimes I need some dailies, without having to add more to the current planner. I love how this cover page came out, as well. I used a kit from Aimee Harrison Designs.
Speaking of Current Planners:
I’m going to be using 3 … yes, THREE … planners starting in July!
- Happy Planner, horizontal layout. This will be my “fun” planner. More decorative. A way to use my creativity. I’ve never tried a horizontal Happy Planner before!
- Plum Paper, teacher layout, technically. It’s like the ME, but it’s horizontal-ish more than vertical. Each “subject” is straight down, rather than across. I’m hoping it will be easier to keep track of things.
- Bullet Journal, using my Recollections A5 ring planner. It’ll be for EVERYTHING and ANYTHING! It also houses my 2B Mindset tracker!
Last time I tried to make a bullet journal, I made everything on the computer, and I think that’s one of the things that messed me up. Instead, this time, I only did the cover page. Everything else was by hand This is my goals/to do lists, plus my habit tracker!
With my Vyvanse, my heart-rate and anxiety levels seem to be higher. So, I’m looking to see if there’s a correlation between my anxiety levels and my HR levels. If nothing else, it might be something to check with my doctor about.
I will be using a mood tracker, split up over 4 different times. Basically, I based it on my work schedules. No matter what time I am working, I will be able to take stock of my mood at those times (without disrupting my work because of breaks). I haven’t chosen my colors yet. That’s coming soon!
And next week! I’m a Patron for Mari, and she shares weekly layout ideas for the bullet journal. This was one of them for May. I like the basic look of it. Basic is what I need for weeklies!