Week 6 2021 Update and Bullet Journal Spread

It’s week 6 of 2021, and I’ve come up with a theme for February just in time! Like my setup for 2021 and January, my February theme is based on the gorgeous colours of Tombow’s Galaxy palette. Since I got the set in December, I’ve absolutely loved the bright colours it offers, and they have ended up in every spread I’ve created!

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Week 6 2021 Bullet Journal Spread

As you can see, I’ve used cooler colours for this month’s theme. I’ll be sharing more of it with you later on with my full setup, but I thought a cool palette would be nice after my very pink January!

As this month is due to be a busy one, I’ve given myself a lot of room for a to-do list. It’s one of the reasons this rough layout is one of my favourites; it’s easily adaptable depending on the week’s needs.

Getting this week and February set up was also slightly bitter-sweet. It’s to be the last month in my current Bullet Journal, so I need to start thinking of setting up my new one! I will hopefully be sharing my new setup with you, so if you have any ideas of pages I should include please let me know.

Week 6 2021 Personal Update

This week is a big one for me because the contract for my new house is being signed! With only a 30 day settlement, I’ll be the owner of my own home in just over a month!

I, therefore, have a lot to organise in February, which is one reason why I have again stuck to a very simple two-colour theme. I’m also very excited to be able to plan things like home improvements, garden layout and even meal plans!

All the best from me for now and thank you for reading! Be sure to check out some of my other posts if you like my journaling style or want some info on how to start your own Bullet Journal- and don’t forget to subscribe if you want to see more!

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