Sarah Tee
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How to Track Your Moods in a Bullet Journal. Awesome layouts for checking on your emotional well being.

How to Track Your Moods in a Bullet Journal. Weekly, monthly and yearly spreads to take note of your feelings daily. Awesome layouts for journal or planner like this cool, minimalist, combination habit tracker and mood tracker.

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second-year-studying: “October bullet journal pages if anyone is in need of…

These days  I love this type of layout with 2 days for page because I have more space to write tasks and I can add also the meal plan. In addition I love Christmas and a little bit of red makes everything more magical!

These days I love this type of layout with 2 days for page because I have more space to write tasks and I can add also the meal plan. In addition I love Christmas and a little bit of red makes everything more magical!

- last week's bullet journal layout in the Nuuna notebook. Still loving the mini dot grid and the A6 format - nice and compact for my everyday carry at work and for the nappy bag. Have gone back to weekly with notes layout for the time being. It's working better for rapid logging purposes during the week and I can look at everything planned for the week at a glance. Not a fan of having to draw up the weeks in advance, so I'm only doing 8-week blocks then continuing on with notes and…

- last week's bullet journal layout in the Nuuna notebook. Still loving the mini dot grid and the format - nice and compact for my everyday carry at work and for the nappy bag. Have gone back to weekly with notes layout for the time being.