January was THE longest month ever and with all the negative things happening, let’s hope February will bring us some more happiness and positive spirits. My February bullet journal spread for 2020 revolves around a theme that I’ve been itching to do for a LONG time: MILK TEA or BOBA! For the past month, I’ve had milk tea cravings almost every single day…and it didn’t help that I have about 3-5 different boba places near me 😂 So this means all of my gym sessions in January were basically balanced out by my milk tea obsession! *Sigh*
If you read my weekly update post HERE, you would have seen my January spread and it worked so well that I continued using some of the elements in my February bullet journal spread. I like the simplicity of the monthly spread with the dates listed out on one page (saves space!) and my goals on the other side.
Some goals I want to work towards in February:
- Cook one new meal
- Try a new restaurant
- Book my April trip
- Invest $100
- Read a book
I try to maximize how many trackers I have because they’re so versatile and keep me accountable towards my daily goals. My mood and habit trackers are the same as last month’s. I simplified my expenses tracker to only keep track of my cash expenditure since I have my Excel sheet to keep track of my cards. At the end of the month, I merge the two together to create my total monthly expenses.
One new tracker I added and am testing out this month is my workout tracker. I made it a calendar view so it’s easier to list what I did each day. Most of the time I do the same things at the gym so I’m hoping this will prompt me to try out new things or try to work out different body parts instead of focusing on one.
With all that has happened in January, I want to practice gratitude for simple things in my life every day. I am implementing this into my daily schedule where I can list my to-do’s for the day/week, but also have a space under it all where I can go in each night to document something I’ve been thankful for or a good memory of that day. It’s easy to go back and pinpoint all the bad moments of our lives, but it’s much more gratifying to remember the small happy moments.
As always, my February bullet journal has been so fun to create! I’m excited to see what February brings and to create healthier habits. If you have a bullet journal, make sure to share them with me!
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A million and one thanks for reading — until my next lil’ thought then!