12 Easy and Simple Monthly Spread Ideas
Easy and Simple Monthly Spread Ideas for Bullet Journal Beginners and Beyond
Wow, we’ve come to the Monthly Spread section already! This article will show you 12 easy and simple monthly spread ideas that you can use for your own bullet journal.
Btw, if you see the words “monthly log” or “monthly spreads”, they mean the same thing 🙂
Give yourself a pat on the shoulders, well done!
This is the 4th article of a 5-part series on Bullet Journal for Beginners.
What are Monthly Spreads?
This is the gist of the entire bullet journal! You can add sooooo many things to this section. You can add music log, book log, habit trackers, food trackers, fitness trackers and so much more. I’m so excited to share them with you. Let’s go on.
So basically a Monthly Log is a two-page spread which includes a calendar with a bird’s-eye view of the month and a task page with things you want to tackle during the month.
This is how it looks like:
So clean and pretty right?
There are so many gorgeous ones that you can try out.
I have already written another post that shows a list of beautiful yet easy to follow Monthly spreads that you can use, and you can view them here.
If you would also like inspirations and ideas on Weekly spreads, you can see them here!
In this post, I will give you some ideas on what other categories you can add in your bullet journal that you can track monthly.
Monthly Spread Ideas for Habit Trackers
You can track almost anything. Things that you are already doing in your life or implement new ones to improve your current state.
Here are some great ideas to make your life more productive, save more money and have a healthy lifestyle.
I find this really helpful because there are so many different bills to pay and sometimes you will just lose track on the payment deadlines and may miss some payments.
Here’s a great and neat example that you can use to track your bills.
House Chores Tracker
You can set aside the different days for different chores to clean do your chores more effectively. Planning and writing it out definitely helps you become more organised and systematic.
You can set daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly and even yearly ones for different type of chores. Here are some great examples that I love!
General Habit Tracker
I use this alot as you can track several habits in one page, keeping you motivated to complete as many as you can. Giving you the sense of achievement each time you colour or indicate a box when you’ve done it.
Here are some great inspirations and ideas you can use for your own habit trackers!
You can also design a fitness tracker for yourself, creating a 30-Day challenge or simply to plan different workouts for different days. Lots of ways to do it!
Hope this article gives you some great and interesting ideas that you can add in your bullet journal.
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If you need some recommendations on starting a bullet journal, here are a list of my favourite items to start with!