November BUJO Spread + Free BUJO Printable

Hey guys! You all said that you loved my last bullet journaling post, and would like to see more. So for today’s post I’ll be sharing my bullet journal setup for November along with some extra BUJO tips & tricks and a super fun BUJO freebie!

My November BUJO Spread:

I decided to go with a fall cozy collage theme for this month. I wanted the main focus to be on the photos and collage elements so I kept the fonts and other colors simple and minimalist.

I decided to make a little “inspiration library” of sorts in my spread this month. I’m really happy with how it turned out, those are 4 of my current favorite Bible verses if you were wondering. πŸ˜‰

Next up is my calendar and habit tracker page. Nothing to interesting…XD

I love how the fonts on this page turned out! And since it’s November I decided to add a thankfulness tracker. Basically, I’ll right down something I’m thankful for each day. I hope to keep adding this page in the coming months.

And this last page is just my daily spread. Pretty simple, nothing too fancy. πŸ˜‰

Download Your Freebie:

Remember the little “inspiration library” pages in my bullet journal spread this month? I’m giving those away to you guys for free! Just click on the button below to download! (Note: The pdf might take a minute to download since it’s 4 pages long πŸ˜‰ )

BUJO Tips & Tricks:

Guys, I love that you’re always learning something new with bullet journaling, here are a few tips I’ve found helpful recently…

Buy An A5 Hardcover BUJO

I used to have a soft-cover 8″ x 11″ bullet journal, and while it was a nice journal, it was a pain to take anywhere. I didn’t fit in my backpack easily, and the cover would get bent up. This time I bought the Essentials Dot Matrix Notebook, and it’s is seriously so much better! I can take it anywhere, and the cover doesn’t get dinged up!

Write Calendar Dates In Pencil

Heh. Heh. I did this last month and it was terrible, by the end of the month my calendar was covered in pen scribbles.

Use A Ruler To Draw ANY Line

You might have already figured this out, but it took me a while. After trying to get my lines to be straight for forever, I finally started using a ruler. Let me tell you, it makes setting up your monthly spread SO MUCH EASIER!!

I hope you guys enjoyed reading through this post! Do you bullet journal? What’s your biggest bullet journaling tip?

πŸ’™ Hannah

P.S. Sorry for being a “typical” teenage blogger and using Lightroom presets on my photos. πŸ˜› I ran out of time to edit them properly. XD

18 thoughts on “November BUJO Spread + Free BUJO Printable

  1. Your journal’s very inspiring! I haven’t tried bullet journaling before, but I might give it a try now that I’ve seen how pretty yours is. Speaking of inspiring, I’ve been listening to your Blogging 101 podcast, and as a fellow teenage blogger, I’ve really been enjoying it and finding it useful. Thank you for sharing your blogging experience with us!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. I love your bullet journal! Your November theme is very fall themed, it looks very nice. My theme for November is travel, with an accent color in mint green. I think it turned out very nice. I think I’m going to do a bullet journal post sometime in November, but I might not showcase November’s theme until late November.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. 😍😍 I LOVE your BUJO!! It is so cute!! 😊 And I really like the way you photographed it!

    -Laura πŸ™‚β€οΈ

    – Laura πŸ™‚β€οΈ

    Liked by 1 person

Thoughts on this post?

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s