Snag this fun citrus themed printable monthly bullet journal setup including a calendar, habit tracker, mood tracker, and 2-page weekly spread.
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August is one week away and if you are anything like me, you haven’t even started your monthly spreads. I know the struggle. I’m still trying to figure out what the hell I’m doing.
But, some of you may know that I recently bought an iPad Pro 12.9 and an Apple Pencil. Seriously, it’s felt like Christmas ever since. Best investment for my business and for my own creativity that I have ever made. And with said iPad, I am hoping to be more consistent with creating free printable content to add to the VIP Resource Library.
And to kick it off, I’ve created a very summery and fun printable monthly bullet journal setup for August. This printable bundle includes a monthly calendar, habit tracker, mood tracker, and a 2-page weekly spread. The headers on these pages are in color, but you can print them off in black and white if you don’t like the color scheme.
While the calendar is specific to August 2018, you can reuse the habit tracker, mood tracker, and weekly spread again and again.
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August 2018 Printable Monthly Bullet Journal Setup
I hope you guys like the citrus theme I have created for this month. In following months, much like I do that Ooodles of Doodles Challenge Poll, I would like to do a poll for monthly themes.
This download is a PDF in A5 size. When you print it out on standard US Letter paper you will see faint gray lines around the border of the A5 document. These are your cut lines. Once you have cut out your pages, you can either use glue or adhesive tape to add them to your bullet journal pages.
The other option is to print them directly onto full sheet sticker or label paper. This is the easiest method I have found and likely the most efficient if you use printables often. However, if you don’t regularly use printables, I wouldn’t want you to spend money on full sheet sticker paper that you may never use.
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- Once the document is downloaded, print it out on a paper of your choice.
- Then, cut along the light gray lines with a pair of scissors or a straight edge cutter (preferred).
- Glue or tape your printables into your bullet journal.
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