In the name of Allah, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful.
Ha! I am 10 days away from the end of June and I am finally posting my June bullet journal setup! Lousy!
Anyway, now that I finally managed to do so, I think I like the look of the second weekly log. Seems most fitting with the theme of fast food because it had the menu vibe to it. I might revert to it but with better aesthetic. I am getting way too lazy for my own good.
Yes, I am experimenting with the weekly log layouts and I seem to be zoning into daily log layout at this rate. I am not sure what works best for me: to-do lists, time-framed schedules, side trackers, and more.
Today has mostly been unproductive but as you can see, I have started to kick my butt a little with just taking the initiative to start something. Be it cleaning or journalling or even blogging, I think I just got to get in gear by just starting something somewhere.
I think listing 10 most important things to do is tiresome. I think I will stop using the current layout and create a better one for Wednesday onwards. It is not as functional for me as it may be for others, I reckon. Maybe I will revert to time frames or copy a pre-existing layout on the web. There are so many to choose from.
Just a side note: I discovered the joy of doodling. I just wish I had more patience to doodle. I think my cola and fries doodles will definitely turn out better if I had the willpower to make them aesthetically pleasing. Those are pretty easy to doodle so you may want to try them out if you feel like doing easy ones.
And Allah is Al-Haleem, The Most Forbearing. – MM
2 thoughts on “June Bujo Setup; I Plan: 20 June 2022”
‘Just starting somewhere’ is always the best foolproof plan to get off your ass. I don’t know why but I always like seeing how others journal. I myself constantly change my methods, and am entertaining using loose leaf paper for my next one. Anyway, thanks for this post!
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Yeah, I enjoy looking at others’ art and at what works for them in terms of journalling. Speaking of journalling, the purpose differs for each person but I am quite keen on trying to be more productive. Plus, I know my art skills are basically non-existent. Haha! There is a lot of productivity specialists out there but I realised they catered to individuals with the typical 9-5 5 days-a-week schedule or those who are financially independent enough to arrange their own schedules. What about those with erratic work schedules planned by the needs of the workplace and with long working hours? I think they are the actual ones who need more insight or practical hacks into making time for themselves on top of their day-to-day responsibilities. Anyone who effectively is able to do that is awesome.
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