My November BuJo Set Up – Woodland Critters (& New BuJo Set Up!)

Hi Everyone. So it feels like it’s been a while. I’ve been sitting on this post for over a week but *excuses time* I’ve been feeling under the weather and also had a very busy and, at times, stressful few weeks, so give me some slack. Pretty please?๐Ÿ’•

So it’s also been a while coming because I had to set up my new bujo as well! I’ve had my previous one since April and it’s well used so I thought, with 2 pages spare, that a new one was due. After much deliberation, I decided to stick to Lemome, as I know and love them, instead of spending a fortune trying out a more popular brand and possibly hating it – I’ve done that before. I instead decided to change it up with this gorgeous wood effect number. It’s cover is made from cork fabric and is recyclable, biodegradable and highly renewable. So a bonus for the environment. I think I prefer my old bujo but I do love this one too and would recommend the Lemome brand to anyone in the market for a new notebook. I don’t have issues with bleeding and the rounded edges are gorgeous. And a big one for me, it feels nice in my hands, I enjoy using it.

I hate trying to remember my handles when a form asks me or someone I’m talking to, so I thought the front page would be a great place to put them. I am in love with how my name looks here.

Just a plain and simple index. I don’t think there’s a need for anything fancy here.

Last time, I did separate year calendars and monthly planning and it was awkward as hell. So, I combined the two for ease and space saving. Inspired by this pin and this pin.

I’ve made columns for the rest of this year and next so that I can plan well in advance but a spare page for adding on is always handy dandy so I made sure to include one – I know I’m over the top!

My dates to remember spread is way more impressive finished but for privacy of people’s birthdays and other dates, I chose to show it unfinished. I went on to add branches for each date, a bit like an organised mind map. Inspired by this pin.

I was very anxious about filling in my goals and people judging me for them, especially if I didn’t make them happen. So again, unfinished but I loved this spread idea so recreated it.

Finally onto November! I took inspo from this pin for this landing page. It’s cutesy and warm and I used pencils which I never do anymore but I love it!

I am so in love with this month’s overview! The dinky woodland illustrations and such make my heart warm! I drew inspiration for them from this spread of illustrations on Pinterest.

I’m trying to keep better check of the hours I’m working so the creation of this tracker was essential. Entirely of my own imagination. It’s plain but useful.

Lately, I’ve been wanting to doodle more. Now I have a page for it!

My first weekly spread was inspired by this pin and it is just adorable! My favourite week by far!

Something a bit different, inspiration from this pin.

Back to basics for week three.

I experimented quite a lot with this month’s spreads and this was a part of that. Not sure how I feel about it but we live and learn.

And the last spread is heavily inspired by this pin. It’s definitely different but I love it!

Sorry it’s late this month, I’m aiming on December being early though to make up for it! I also have a back dated day out to share with you too! So keep an eye out! Toodles!x

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