Wednesday, 27 December 2017

COMPLETED BULLET JOURNAL FLIP THROUGH 2017

Hello! It has been a year now since I posted my last bullet journal flip through, which you all seemed to love, as it has become my most popular post ever! We have all seemed to find ourselves at the end of 2017, after what seems like just a couple of months(how did it fly by so quickly!?) Suddenly I have a full bullet journal and that means it is time for me to share it with you all again!
I have already shared with you my bullet journal set up and again, you all loved it, so of course I have been dying to show you the rest! Before I begin, I would just like to share with you a few of the things I use because I get a lot of questions on them :)
- The bullet journal i use is the: LEUCHTTURM 1917 (here) - The pencils I use are these FABER CASTELL COLOUR PENCILS (here) - The pens I use and love are these STAEDTLER TRIPLUS FINELINERS (here)
So without further ado, make a hot drink, grab a snack and sit back and enjoy my bullet journal flip through of 2017! I hope it inspires you like all of yours do mine!
One of my most favourite spreads is most definitely my 'semester timetable.' I absolutely love it! Its is such an amazing way to track where I need to be and on what day. I highly recommend it.

Here is a small collection of my most favourite spreads. I have my timetable, my year in pixels, my December memories, Movies I watched in 2017 and my December dashboard!

If all of this bullet journal talk has stressed you out and you do not know where to start,  no fret! I have a bullet journal starting guide: here and some essentials: here
Hope you enjoyed my bullet journal flip through for 2017! Please watch this space as my next bullet journal video will be my 2018 set up.

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