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As you can see, I’m definitely no artist!

But this quick weekly spread hits on five different items to use your layout for!

First, obviously, is the monthly calendar.  I start on Sunday’s for each week rather than Monday.  Old school!

Second is the weekly calendar done horizontally.  I need room to write and sometimes I make verticals too small!

Third is a box for the week for tracking gratitude or any other thing your planner heart desires.

Fourth is the quote for the week. Get inspired on Pinterest or Instagram!

And five is the mini habit tracker to keep me on track for reading, meds, asking care and social media for my biz!

And that’s it! Hope this gives a bit of inspiration for you!

]Good morning luscious lovelies! It’s New Year’s Eve and time to get cracking on your 2020 Future Log Spread! I’m new to bullet journalling, as of August 2019! Here are some future log layouts to inspire!

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I’ve been on the hunt for some Christmas inspiration for my cover page for the month of December!

Here are some truly beautiful pieces where you can find inspiration!

Here’s my new weekly layout for October 1-5, 2019.

I used an Avery Clear Round Label (#22815) for the laurel and word October on the top left.

I followed that with a calendar for the month of October, and highlighted the week. That is followed by a section for goals and one for quotes.

The days are laid out with Sunday first, ending with Saturday on the next page.

The right side page has sections for Notes, Menu and Next week items to add.

I added a cute little ghost holding a jack-o’-lantern for her trick-or-treating.  She was made using my Cricut Explore and Cricut Holographic Vinyl in Opal.

Hope this gives you some inspiration for your own #bujo!

Items used:

  • Avery Clear Round Label #22815
  • Cricut Holographic Vinyl in Opal
  • Staedtler 334-61 – Hot Pink
  • Staedtler 334-82 – Light Grey
  • Sharpie Fine marker in Black

Our one year old Rough Collie Melli has a heart condition for which she takes medication.

I needed a way to track her pills, so went hunting for some medication tracker inspiration and found a whole lot of amazing layouts!

Below, I’ve gathered a few of my favourites for you! I hope these help you keep track of meds, vets and all the things you need to keep your fur baby going! These layouts are for humans, but easily adaptable to use for your pets.

I have three chronic illnesses – fibromyalgia, Type II diabetes and hypothyroidism -that can sometimes wreak havoc with my days.  So I went on a hunt for bujo layouts to help me track and keep notes about my pain or fatigue levels.

I’ve compiled a list of several bullet journal layouts to give you some inspiration to use in your own bullet journal or planner.

I hope you find a layout that resonates and helps you track your pain!

This week’s bullet journal spread is a day late since we had our 3 grandsons this weekend! They are 5, 3 and 8 months so not a lot of work was getting done!

This is a week-on-two-pages bujo spread is based on this post from Pinterest:

Unfortunately the OP on Instagram is gone so I cannot attribute the image.  If you know the OP, please let me know in the comments!

I rearranged the layout a bit to have Sunday as my first day. I’m of a certain age that means I use Sunday as the first day of the week, rather than Monday.

I added a section for my pain levels to rate from 0-5.  Ignore the 6 I added at the bottom of the graph!

I also added a section for Blog Ideas and a spot to keep track of my Social posts for my blogs.

There is plenty of space to add inspiration quotes, notes or doodles.  Let’s see how this week works!

Since I’ve dived head first into bullet journaling, I wanted to try out some layouts that can act as a blog post planner.

The first is very simple.  The week on the left hand page and a simple monthly layout on the right, broken into two columns.  There is a column for this blog, LusciousPlanner.com and one for my pet blog, LusciousPet.com. For each month, I have chosen to add two blog posts per blog and use the right hand side of the spread to plan them out.

First, start with a topic.  Specifics are always better.  So rather than just “bullet journal”, try “bullet journal blog post planner” – coincidentally the name of this post.

Next, put in the three or four main points you wish to cover. Add your images and affiliate links, if appropriate. Then finally proof, post/schedule and share/get ready to share the heck out of your new content.

As you can see in my example above, I put the publish date at the bottom of the week I plan to publish my post.  That way I can have my topic at the top and a manageable amount of time to flesh out the topic with creative content, images and a sharing plan.

I’ve also offset the publishing dates so I can manage one post per week, resulting in two per month per blog.

Of course, these points are just guidelines. I will often create a quick post  once or twice per month that doesn’t require these steps, such as a funny image or silly meme.  For those type of posts, I just jot down on the date I post them up!

I hope this layout helps give you some inspiration for one way to create a blog post planner that works for you! I’ll be sharing my thoughts on this layout in the coming weeks to see how it all worked out, or not!