Welcome to another Plan With Me! This month, our theme is green because Spring is upon us. I send positive vibes towards you and hope that your day, week, month, year and your entire life brings you happiness and satisfaction; and you stay productive.
Here is my monthly log for March!
Title Page: I have carried on with the last month’s creativity and added a new quote to the title page along with a mini calendar. It says, “Your goals don’t care how you feel,” which is an important reminder for me because most of the times, I’m all over the place and I need to keep my goals in mind in order to move forward and hustle harder.
Word of the Month: This month’s word is “Accomplish” because last month I lacked; I uploaded 6 posts on my blog instead of 8, and 2 videos on Youtube instead of 4. Furthermore, I did not really update my social media as much as I had planned, and this was all due to the university draining my energy. So, this month I will accomplish all my goals, inshaAllah and be more productive.
“The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me…”
Growth Tracker: I added the growth tracker right below the Word of the Month as I did in the last two monthly spreads. It just has my current followers of each social media, the goal I have, and what I end up with by the end of the month.
Monthly Log: A one page calendar spread is a must have in all of my monthly spreads because it takes only one glance for me to see which days are filled with what and which days are free. It also has all the birthdays, anniversaries, appointments, and even reminders. It’s one of the most useful pages of a bullet journal for me.
Expense Tracker: The same tracker to see what my income is, where I spend and how much control I need to have.
Daily Diary & Mood Tracker: Yes, this month I merged the Mood Tracker with my Daily Diary because even though the mood trackers were one of the most colorful and interesting pages of my bullet journal, they were taking up extra space, and I did not want my monthly spreads to take up so many pages and stress myself out (which would defeat the purpose, of course.) I just added a small cube inside the diary’s part to keep both in same place and know how I felt that day and what happened exactly.
“You can’t beat the person who never gives up!”
“Your mood should not dictate your manners!”
Habit Tracker: The next two-page spread is my Habit Tracker which is one of the pages that keep me productive through out the day. As the day goes by, I will add a green dot in the box of the particular habit that I’m done with and by the end of the day, if I can I will do the task, and if I can’t I can learn from my mistake and try to fit in the task through the day tomorrow. The Habit Tracker this month is much more simpler and cleaner.
Below the Habit Tracker I have two quotes. One is a reminder that says, “Habits change into character,” and the other one is from Aristotle that says,
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then is not an act but a habit.”
Ideas Dump: This is a page where I jot down all of my blog, youtube, social media ideas. This way, whenever I’m feeling uninspired or out of ideas, I can refer back to this page and find my passion back. This has worked wonders for me for the last two months!
Weekly Spread: My weekly spreads are far more simpler than other Bullet Journalists’ because I wanted these pages to be clutter free; the cleaner the pages are, the less stressful it will make me.
I have excluded Gratitude and Dream Log. I will add all of my dreams and gratitude statements in my Brain Dump sections inside each of my weekly spreads, because these sections stayed empty in the spreads of last two months, and I didn’t have anything to write in the Dream Log of February either; so it was smart to adjust the spreads to my convenience.
Thank you so much for hanging out with me!
THE HALL OF BEAUTY