Design Ideas for Calendar Elements on Your Bullet Journal
If you ever find yourself wondering how to enhance the time elements on your bullet journal, you've come to the right place. Because its a basic part of any bujo, we tend to simplify calendars and weeklies. Worry not, we've got several examples that will surely inspire your creativity and make full use of your bullet journal stationery.
Full Year Calendars
These calendars are usually shown in a spread, providing ample space for legends or markings that point to certain notes in other pages. Here are a few ways to enhance your annual calendar spread.
Because you only need to cover a month, you get ample space for other details and notes if needed. The following examples give you a mix of both.
It can be very aesthetic to use a calendar as part of a monthly cover since its so relevant but require little space. If you're creative enough, you can even add in some graphics and design elements to elevate the look.
Weekly spreads are mainly to list down your to-dos for the week. More often than not, many bujo gurus use this to summarize the activities they need to do for the entire week.
Here's another scenario. Take for example an event that you're trying to plan for. Most people plan days or weeks in advance right? So for a certain spread, you dedicate the entire space for everything related to that event you're planning. It is better for organization and more effective in terms of segmenting info.