On her blog she shows her monthly bullet journaling setups. In this post she talks about her setup for 2018, and in her most recent post she shows her setup for June. She also has helpful posts like whether to start a new notebook at the beginning of the year, and how to know when it’s time to change your bullet journal system.
Something I love about her monthly pages is she does not use a straight edge to draw the lines in her monthly grids. The lines are not straight and I absolutely love that. It gives it an organic, spontaneous look. I think a lot of people feel like their bullet journal pages should look perfect, but by making them imperfect on purpose you can give yourself permission and freedom to do whatever you like on your pages!
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