February Journaling

Last weekend, I finished setting up my bullet journal for February. My habit has been to start creating the habit trackers, then the first weekly spread, and thereafter the cover page and quote. This month I found the perfect quote in my first read of the month.

For February, I decided on snowflakes as my theme. The frosty blue colour and the reminder of snow is perfect for this month as it is the coldest of the year. I am enjoying the simplicity of the theme as well as the colour I chose to use.

In addition to using a habit tracker this month, I decided to create a mood tracker and I am filling in the snowflakes with the appropriate emoji. I think next time I will go for colour as I cannot see my average mood for the month at a swift glance. It is fun to fill in though.

I am enjoying my weekly spreads this month. I have tried out a new format find that it suits me. I like seeing my appointments at a glance as well as having my journal entry separate from the responsibilities of the week.

February is my third month of bullet journaling and I am still enjoying it especially as it gives me the opportunity to be a little creative with my doodles.

What theme are you using this month in your bullet journal?

Β© Colline Kook-Chun, 2020

(This post is linked to The Escapist Colouring Club. You are welcome to join us and share some colouring work)

11 thoughts on “February Journaling

    1. I record the number of pages I read – it is interesting to see the fluctuations and how many more pages I read when the book grabs me. I also record my daily number of steps and what exercise I do.

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