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Kasia’s BuJo


Hello! It’s Kasia “Antilight” Petrus here on the blog and today I would like to show you some snapshots from my Bullet Journal. It’s more than a year now that I’m using this system and I would like to share some of my thoughts with you 🙂

Supplies: June Planner Kit, June Main Kit, June TN kit

As you’ll see my system is pretty straight forward and simple. I do not embellish a lot, and try to keep everything clean. Every month I’m doing a simple entry page, followed by the view of the whole month. On those two pages I jot down the main goals and projects for the upcoming 30 days.

I really love the papers and quote cards that come in Planner kits, so usually I’m making this inspirational page just to look at it. It’s the only thing that has no real purpose in my BuJo but I still like it a lot 🙂

After monthly calendar and inspiration page I usually make the “I’m grateful for” section. This one is sort of a diary for me. I planned to write one sentence daily, but most of the time I end up writing down what happened during the day. This one is good for my Project Life backlogs – I print my photos monthly and put them into the pockets but have no time to finish my pages. Thanks to this “I’m grateful for” section I don’t worry that I’ll forget what happened in the past.

When I want the page to stick out from the rest I create little washi tags. I choose the place rather randomly in the page and create little embellishments around it. When I’m done and the page is no longer important I can cut off the tag and what’s left is some decoration on the page. I use this trick for my “grateful” sections and work, blog, Instagram planning sections.

Last but not the least the daily/weekly planner. I tend to keep it really simple. Most of the time I just write day and date and leave space for notes.

This time I used the stickers from Planner Kit. They are so thin they barely add bulk to the journal. The kit came with only one week of day names, so I cut the rest of the letters from other words in the sticker sheet.

Now I’m ready to plan out June and try to keep it organised 🙂
How about you? Do you own a planner or BuJo?


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