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  • Hey guys! So today

  • We are planning for February, and I'm gonna take you through my whole process for setting up my bullet journal. Before we get started,

  • I'd like to thank Audible for sponsoring today's video

  • there's a free trial link waiting for you in the description, and I'm gonna talk more about that towards the end.

  • As always, I'm first going to show you how the previous month turned out.

  • I really love January setup

  • And how simple it was but, I gotta say, I did start missing some colour in my journal, so we're gonna fix that today.

  • You're going to see that

  • I'm not going to be doing too many changes to the actual setup except for, you know, the layout of the spreads,

  • But, overall, it's been working great for me, and I find that I have everything I need to get me through the month.

  • To make it easy for you guys to follow along,

  • I'm going to show you a quick tutorial on how I draw these super simple roses for the cover page.

  • I begin by drawing two circles which are going to be the roses, obviously, and then some random leaves around them.

  • Next, I'm going to colour them before adding any details, and this is just going to ensure that we don't smudge the pen afterwards.

  • For the roses, you're going to start making kind of a rounded triangle that touches the outside

  • But instead of closing it off, you're going to

  • Take it a bit

  • Towards the inside every time,and then just continue on making this kind of spiral until you reach the middle of the circle.

  • For the leaves we are keeping it super simple because they're really small.

  • We're just making a line down the middle and then adding a few more details

  • After that I'm taking my brush pen again

  • And I'm just going over the colour one more time to add some shadows. You really don't have to be precise with this,

  • But it does make a difference when you do it.

  • If you've had kind of a slow start

  • Of the year, you could use this time to reflect upon what you can do to start fresh this month.

  • Finally, I'm adding some shadows to the leaves as well by going in with a darker marker (hehe)

  • And then you can finish it off with anything else that you want to add to the drawing.

  • Finally, I'm adding the title in the middle of the page

  • And I'm creating that "3D effect" that I cannot seem to get rid of and then I'm also adding a small calendar below that.

  • ♬ ( soft music) ♬

  • For the monthly page I'm doing the same calendar layout again and

  • I'm patting myself on the back because I didn't mess up the days like I did last month, but yeah

  • I must have checked like ten times just to make sure.

  • Not doing too much decoration here. Just a few roses at the corners and

  • I'm probably going to use the blank spaces for either

  • Goals or, I don't know, if I need something, I'll put it there. If not, it'll just be blank.

  • ♬ ( soft music) ♬

  • The next two pages are for my master to-do list and, I have to say, if you've never done a master to-do list for

  • the month it's definitely worth trying out because

  • This is where I dump all of the tasks as they come to mind and I don't have to worry about

  • Scheduling them or anything like that and then, you know, when I get to my weekly planning

  • I check this list and see what I could get done that week!

  • My habit tracker is a little bit different this month.

  • I decided to switch it up a bit because I've been doing more or less the same layout since...

  • ...forever... and

  • I mean, this was not too much different,

  • But I made this table with two rows of fourteen squares for each habit

  • So that way I have 28 squares which is perfect for this month.

  • On the other page, I'm doing something that I saw in Caitlin's setup

  • I'm going to link her video below. The idea is for the whole month of February to write one thing that you love about yourself

  • Each day and so at the end of the month you're going to have 28 reasons to feel better about yourself, I guess.

  • To be honest, I think is gonna be a bit weird to have to come up with those yourself...

  • Maybe you could ask others for help... But, anyways, I just did a little box to fill in each day.

  • I think this page ended up a bit too cluttered. I should have stopped decorating but

  • There's no turning back now, so I'm just going to pretend that it's

  • nice to look at, I guess.

  • ♬ ( soft music) ♬

  • So instead of the sleep tracker that I've been doing for the past few months

  • I decided to try out a time tracker again, or I think it's called a "time log"...

  • But, anyways, the idea is that the numbers at the top represent the hours in a day

  • And then you choose a colour for each activity. For example, sleep, work, hobbies,

  • Relaxing, and so on... and you're gonna colour the spaces for each day according to how you spend your time.

  • So, at the end of the month you're going to be able to see how many hours you've spent on each thing.

  • So, this is a bit high maintenance for me

  • I have to say, but if it doesn't work out then I can still use it as a sleep tracker.

  • On the next page, I'm combining my expenses and budget tracker together.

  • This is a layout that I came up with when I first started bullet journaling, and I really wanted to try it out again.

  • So on the left side of the table we have a few columns for expenses where I write down

  • How much I've spent each day on all those categories.

  • So I have food, house, essentials, once and others and then a column for notes. On

  • the right side of the table there's a few columns for tracking how much money I have on my

  • Accounts and this is something that I don't necessarily fill in every day, maybe just once a week or whenever else I need it.

  • The following spread is my tried-and-true video checklist and, as always, I'm keeping this super simple

  • But this layout works great if you have any projects or assignments or anything else that requires more detailed

  • planning.

  • ♬ ( soft music) ♬

  • The next pages are going to be for journaling, and I've decided to move my journaling section towards the end of my monthly setup,

  • So just before my weekly pages, because this is something that I fill in at the end of each day, so

  • This way after I finished writing in it, I can just close off the journal and I don't have to flip back and forth

  • to any other spreads.

  • So now I'm doing my ideas page, and I'm just drawing some hanging roses.

  • You could do this at the bottom of the page as well

  • And that way it kind of looks like a garden of roses. I think that would be really cute as well.

  • ♬ ( soft music) ♬

  • And finally we have the first weekly spread which is going to be really similar to the one that I've done in my January setup

  • but I really love the vertical layout it's the kind of layout that I've always had as a kid and as a student for my

  • timetables, so it just makes sense to me to have it this way. I

  • kind of wish I did more simple decorations like I did in the

  • Last journaling spread with the little black and white roses, but I'm just gonna have to save that for the following weeks.

  • So, I'm not gonna lie, this setup did take quite a bit of time to put together

  • And I know a lot of people might not want to spend so much time...

  • Now of course you don't have to draw as much as I do in my bullet journal

  • But one of the ways that you can feel even more

  • productive while setting up is to listen to an audio book which is

  • What has gotten me through the long, long, hours of setting up every month.

  • So if you're looking for an unmatched selection of audiobooks,

  • Then I highly recommend you check out Audible. Last year

  • I came across this book called "An Untethered Soul" by Michael A. Singer.

  • It's the book that inspired my word of the year, which is "grow"... You guys might remember.

  • That book has held me in more ways that I could explain and so I couldn't recommend

  • It enough, especially if you've maybe had a slower start to the New Year

  • And you need to pick me up.

  • So to get a 30-day free trial and an audio book of your choice all you have to do is go to

  • audible.com/mylifeinabullet or text "mylifeinabullet" to 500-500

  • Alright guys so that brings us to the end of this video and the final flip through.

  • Please don't forget to tag me on

  • Instagram if you end up recreating any of these spreads, it always makes my day when I see them!

  • I really hope you enjoyed this video, and if you did then giving it a thumbs up

  • Helps me out more than you know. Thank you so much for watching, and I hope to see you my next one.

  • Bye guys! (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚

  • ♬ ( soft music) ♬

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