This month, I’ve picked a pink floral washi from my set and the accent color is the light pink Mildliner from the pastel set. As you can see, I’ve gone for a very similar style to my January set up, but changed up the quote and a few small changes in font placement.
For my monthly overview calendar page, I decided to make the columns a block smaller to make space on the right side for goals and to-do’s for the month, instead of giving that its own page like January.
The downside to that was that I have a blank page opposite my February habit tracker. I’m sure I’ll find a good use for it soon! I only made a few changes to my habit tracker for this month to make it easier to track whether I ate lunch or dinner out instead of just an “Out to Eat” category. I’m happy to say that I’ve kept up with my tracker for the full month of January (just a couple more days to go!), which is the first time I’ve been able to say so about a tracker.
I’ll add in a picture of my weekly spread here later on, but I forgot before it got too dark to take the picture!
If you want to check out my bullet journal supplies, check out my 2018 Bullet Journal Set Up post!
I’d love to hear below about your February themes! Please share links to your blog, Instagram, or posts in the Bullet Journal Junkies Facebook group!
P.S. Here’s some referral links to some of my favorite sites. Use if you’d like!
- Ebates – This is a great way to earn cash back from online shopping (that you’re already doing) at many of your favorite stores! (Including Sephora & Ulta!) If you join through this link and make a purchase of $25 or more, you’ll get an extra $10 cash back and I’ll get $15, as well as your own referral code.
- thredUP – I love using thredUP to clean out my closet and shop for new pieces at a discounted price – sometimes they’re even brand new with tags! When you join thredUP through this link, you get $10 to spend and I get $10 to shop after you place your first order.
- StitchFix – This is a great way to try out some new items for your closet, without the hassle of going to the stores and the bonus of a personal stylist. If you sign up with this link, you’ll get a FREE styling fee (usually $20) on your first Fix, and I’ll get $25 credit once it ships.