december 2017 bujo

December 2017 bullet journal flip-through

Hey everyone! This is the FIRST post I’m writing after my finals are over (I scheduled the previous ones) and wow it feels so nice to not have the “you have to study!” voice in my brain.

Since my bullet journalling time was one of my “break” times from studying, I actually put in effort to pretty up the spreads. I usually don’t because I’m running low on time with classes and assignments. I am so proud of my bullet journal, you have no idea.

december 2017 bujo front page

habit, mood and expense trackers

I especially like how my habit and mood trackers have turned out!


daily spreads

daily spreads and drawing

I’m also really proud of myself for this drawing! I took inspiration from Pinterest* and it turned out way better than I expected!

*speaking of, follow me on Pinterest!

december highlights and daily spreads

I initially left the left side blank because there was some ghosting and bleeding from the previous page’s drawing. But after I set up my 2017 spreads, without leaving any extra space for improvisations, I really wanted to do a “December highlights” page because A LOT had happened over the month.

So I flipped back to this page, stuck some scrapbook paper with washi tape* and wrote on it.

*the washi tape I’ve used here is from thewashitapeshop. You can get 10% off on your orders by using the code “thewordyhabitat”!

daily spreads

daily spreads

daily spreads

daily spreads

daily spreads

And with that, ends my December 2017 bullet journal flip-through!


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Bullet Journalling has been on a rise for the past two years, and a LOT of people have started bullet journalling this year. What are your views on this? Do you want to start a bullet journal as well, if you haven’t? Or do you bullet journal? What do you think of my December spreads?


20 thoughts on “December 2017 bullet journal flip-through”

  1. Your drawings are incredible! I also really like your mood tracker, I have been trying to find a way to do it that is less… involved? Intense? i like that this one is just off to the side, and looks like a constellation. The ideas are brewing now!

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    1. Thank you! I’ve been loving my mood tracker as well because it isn’t too time-consuming and eye-catching. I never thought of the constellation comparison! I’m sure you’ll come up with great spreads 🙂

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  2. I love the variety of spreads you use throughout the month. Plus, your drawings are AMAZING and INSPIRING! Also, I need to use more washi tape in my bullet journal.

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    1. It is! It’s also very helpful.
      I suggest starting with the basic spreads that everyone uses, not overdoing them in favour of “looking good” and keep it simple in the beginning, and improvise as you go. I’ve been bullet journalling for over a year and I still improvise almost every month!


  3. This is so pretty! I don’t bullet journal, mostly because I’m not very creative and I would end up spending way too much money lol but yours is lovely to look through.

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