March Bullet Journal Spread (Free March Spread Download Inside!)
March is here! The third month of the year. We're almost finished with the 1st quarter of 2018. But we're not panicking about where the time is going. We march on! (pun absolutely intended).
In keeping with tradition (the tradition I started one month ago), I have created a free bullet journal spread for you to use during the month of March. Again, it's pretty similar to mine BUT this time, I've left you some blank pages so that you can set up your own weekly templates. (If you need more pages, just print multiple copies of the spread and don't forget to print it in booklet form otherwise it's awkward). All you need to do is subscribe to my mailing list (keep scrolling) and you'll get an email with a link to download the file!
This month, my focus is on my creative pursuits and allowing myself to be a beginner. Last month, I bought an online drawing course that I have yet to start on. I'm also thinking about buying a better camera than the one I have now, even though I barely use the one I have now. So, I have set myself the challenge of completing that drawing course (so that it isn't a total waste of money) and taking photos everyday for 30 days (so I don't waste money on a tool I might not even use). Then, and only then, will I buy myself fancy new gadgets and gizmos, if I even still need them.
With all that being said, I present to you my March bullet journal spread.
I've opted for a pretty simple theme this month, with the odd doodle here and there. I'm pretty happy with the set up. Something I've done a little differently is how I've set up my habit tracker. I've added focus areas beneath it so that I'm clear on what habits I'm building/ceasing, and why (the why part is in my head). Versus the almost copy and paste method I've been using in previous months. It's all about being intentional in March.
The new addition for this month is a page dedicated to planning my Morocco trip (icannotwait!!!). Since it's still pretty early days in planning and a few things are up in the air, I'll just be using it to track what I need to have done by when, to avoid higher costs, etc.
I've kept the brain dump because I really enjoyed being able to refer back to it and seeing some of the ideas I'd had in passing and being able to build on them, or bank them for later. I'd highly recommend using a brain dump, even if it is for reminders of chores you need to do before you forget.
Anyway, that's that on that. I hope you enjoyed the brief glimpse of my spread this month. Don't forget to subscribe above for the free March printable I created for you. If you're already a subscriber, the new printout should already be in your inbox!
Make sure to use the hashtag #lightandcandour if you do use the print out so that I can see how it's going.
P.S. If you have an feedback on the printouts, please share it with me in the comments below so that I know what's working and what's not, and can make better spreads for you in the future.