The August Setup

I’m so excited for this month! I know, I always am! 😆 But it’s because a new month on the bullet journal is like a new beginning, a new chance for you to work things out, even if you couldn’t do it in the past. It really feels like leaving the past and focusing on the present and near future. 🙂

Monthly layout: calendar

So, my monthly spread didn’t change much, only that I made the boxes smaller, because I wasn’t using all of that space anyway. More space to put tasks, goals and two pretty calendars.

Expense log & Habit tracker (more like cleaning tracker)

That did not change AT ALL! The habit tracker really became a cleaning tracker, mostly because my habits are in the weekly spread, so I don’t need to put them here. 🙂

Reading log & Sleep tracker

No changes here either. My goal is to read 3 books in August, so I marked the space (still choosing them, though).

Wellness and symptom tracker 🙂

This changed a lot. I talked with my psychiatrist (who is a fan of my charts and trackers) and it seems what I have is not depression, so this month I’m trying to track what I really feel and how well I feel every day. Also, my medication time, because that has to be consistent. 😀


Hope I could give you guys some inspiration 🙂

Share your spreads with me on IG! Use the hashtag #makeityourbujo 😀


Yes, me & my trackers. I love trackers. They are so useful! If I do [or need to do] something repeatedly, I need a tracker. 🙂

This one you have seen before, on my Wishlist & Savings post. Originally, I wanted Smaug hoarding his gold, but then the drawing was to complex to me, so I gave up. On the other hand, I still wanted to have Smaug there, so there it is. 🙂

Smaug will protect my gold.

Now that I’m taking the blog more seriously, thought that a social media tracker would be a very nice tool to have, so I can see how I’m doing and all. 🙂

I know! Forgot Instagram!

My reading log is also a reading tracker, where I put how many pages the book has and track how much I read every day, something like this:

0p.       100p.       200p.      300p.      400p.

bullet journal reading log and sleep tracker

The reading log functions as a tracker (for how many pages I read per day or week, depending on the size of the book) and the sleep tracker is more a timeline of my sleep.

This one you have also seen before (the July setup post) and is pretty simple. Credits for the depression level and symptoms tracker go to writes like a girl 🙂

bullet journal depression and mood tracker

The monthly expense and habit tracker are pretty self explanatory, right?

bullet journal habit and expenses tracker

This is my faithful companion: the weekly tracker! I use this much more often than other trackers, just for the essentials of having a good day. 🙂

The first week of july 😀

The daily tracker is not so much of a tracker, but I do try to keep track of some things: like my medication, hydration and the weather. 🙂

I am liking these one page dailies. A lot of journalling.

So, what about you? Do you guys have trackers as well? 🙂

June setup!

It’s that time of the month again! YAY! I just love setting up new months, don’t you? 😀

I haven’t changed my monthly spread, because calendars are so pretty 😉


I did changed a little my habit tracker – it’s upside down now. Just for a change. 😆


I added this “spending level” now. I have a column that says the spend class and I color a box for each $50 spent on it. Just to see where I’m going. I tried this a little on may and it looks like I just have bills to pay. HAHA 😆


Now, this depression tracker I got at writes like a girl (a wonderful blog, check it out), and it helped me a lot in may. If you deal with depression, you should consider trying. 😀


I also am trying a new style of weeklies this month, but I’ll explain it on a future post.