June 2020 Bullet Journal Setup

We’re almost halfway through the year, y’all!

And what a year it’s been.

The one thing I’m going into planning for June with is flexibility and the bare minimum. I kind of did this for May as well but now I’m sure of what spreads I really need and what I don’t need.

Let’s get on to the June setup!

june cover page + monthly log + habit trackers

Unlike May where I made the pages look very full and crammed everything, I wanted a more organized and clean look for June. So I used one of the very cute Dream Notes sticky notes that I have to add some colour to the otherwise very minimal cover page.

I know that I will still have very less (and probably changing) plans to write down in advance. Hence, the monthly log stays small. Since I did have so much space in the page left, I put the habit trackers here.

I’ve followed the same habit tracker page setup for several months and it has been working well but I need a change now.

blog schedule + blog post ideas + expense tracker

The one spread that cannot change for me is the blog schedule because I work best is a simple list kind of setup. And that’s what you see here.

Last month I was jotting down blog post ideas in random places like my phone or within my daily logs in the bullet journal. To keep it organized, I gave half a page to note any ideas. Whether I will write these posts is not decided but I like to have my ideas written together in bunches.

Since we’re in lockdown, I have barely any expenses. In fact when I got my salary a couple days back I was caught off guard for a second. My reaction to the notification was: “who’s paying me so much? Is this a scam???” Only after a couple seconds did I realize the date and that it’s my stipend.

My sense of time is whack right now.

As my expenses are low, I used the March expenses space for March+April+May lol. But now I ran out of space there and that’s why I gave half a page for it here this month. Most likely only a few lines will be used but oh well.

If you want to see my spreads during the month, do follow my Instagram because I show my bullet journal there often. Below is one that I shared yesterday.

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Darius the Great is Not Okay by Adib Khorram #bookreview I added this book to my TBR after seeing @zanyanomaly praised it somewhere (IG? Twitter? idk) and it fit a Popsugar 2020 Reading Challenge prompt so I read it soon after. (Prompt—A book that won an award in 2019) The one thing that really kept me reading the book was the writing and the vibe. The story is great, the characters are awesome, and I loved the new culture rhat I was being introduced to. But the writing was so nice. As soon as I started reading it, I was transported to the story and into Darius's life. And that's one of the most important things about a book—how it grabs you and holds you in. That being said, reasons why you should read this book: ~ 🌟 Darius. I was really interested in reading about his life and I'm sure you would be as well. Also, his passion is tea (#relatable). ~ 🌟Iranian culture. Darius's family is from Iran and during this book they go on a trip to Iran and hence we are introduced to Persian culture and traditions. The food descriptions made my mouth water which was NOT good because we're in lockdown and I eat only rice items everyday!! 😦 ~ 🌟Family. If you're into complex family relationships, you will really like this book. I absolutely teared up about Darius and his dad, not gonna lie. And his relationship with his younger sister is the CUTEST. ~ 🌟Friendship. Hands down, one of the best friendships I've seen portrayed in YA books. ~ 🌟Mental health rep. This is the first book that I've ever read where the main character has depression genetically. Nothing happened to him to trigger it. It was interesting to see this being portrayed and how it is received by Darius's extended family in Iran. ~ 🌟And of course, the writing. #bookstagramindia #youngadultbooks #mentalhealth #booksbooksbooks #bookstoread #bookblogger #bibliophile #yabooks #diversereads #readersofinstagram #booksofinstagram #booksofig #bloggersofig #bookreviews #yabookreview #reasonswhy #bookstagramtogether #bookishbengaluru

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Are you using a planner or bullet journal now? Do you think it’s even required for you?

21 thoughts on “June 2020 Bullet Journal Setup”

  1. This is awesome. I would print it or buy it but you make and draw them for you as you wish. I might start doing that. Thank you for sharing!

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  2. Your bullet journal looks really cool! I’ve been thinking of trying it out myself but I always worry that It won’t be very creative or I won’t have enough things to put in it.

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    1. Thank you! in the end, the point of a bullet journal is to help you organize your life. so I definitely suggest trying it without worrying about how it looks.


  3. I love your June setup for your bullet journal! I feel you – I’ve been spending so much less being in lockdown. I don’t go out to eat as much and can’t do impulse buys as easily. Thanks for sharing your spread!

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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