It’s November Bullet Journal Setup time! This time I have incorporated a fall colour scheme and hedgehogs. These cute little guys are available in the From Blank to Brilliant Library (free download for email subscribers), so sign up and check it out! Here is the video for you to check out (complete with captions).
- Scribbles That Matter Bullet Journal
- Tombow Dual Brush Pens in: 990, 947, 905, 899, and 158
- Water brush
- Tombow Mono Drawing Pens in sizes 03 and 05
- Liquitex Acrylic Gouache in Burnt Sienna
- Windsor and Newton Gold-Metallic Bronze water colour paint
- Hedgehog stickers (my own – available to email subscribers in the From Blank to Brilliant Library)
November Bullet Journal Setup Notes
This month, I kept my layouts more or less the same. I used the habit tracker box stickers instead of drawing it out by hand. For my symptom and mood tracker, I used a printable (available in the Library too), but honestly, it’s not working for me so I am hoping to come up with something new for December (which I’ll share of course).
I will be doing a doodle challenge again but I won’t be hosting one. I’ll be sharing the doodle challenge setups on my Instagram that you can check out.
I do want to talk more in depth about my weekly layout. This month ended up being more of a minimalist spread. This happened by accident since I haven’t been feeling my most creative self lately so this was the result. I was still able to jazz it up a little with some colour and stickers, but otherwise, it’s a very simple layout.
The “Task List” area of my setup is part of an Alastair Method setup. I’ll be addressing this more in next week’s post but I just wanted to touch on it briefly. I have been using it for over 6 months now so I have some thoughts about it. So stay posted to hear my review of it.
I hope you enjoyed today’s video and setup. For more November setup inspiration, check out my more recent setup. Follow along on Instagram for more weekly layout inspiration. For October, I dug deep into the archives and have been sharing throwback layouts, which have been a lot of fun to revisit.
If there are any questions or comments, let me know down below. I love to share and learn new things everyday. I hope you check back next week for more bullet journal content!