Saturday, 11 June 2016

Bullet Journal: 5 Daily Log Layouts

Bullet Journal Daily Log Layout |
I've just woken up from an almost 12 hour long sleep and I feel horrible. I've got a thick headache and I feel so groggy and stiff. I probably needed it though.

So this post was supposed to be up this morning but alas, I fell asleep before changing into my PJs or putting my phone on charge so I had no alarm. Then I went to get the photos off my memory card and my laptop rudely interrupted me by saying I had no memory left, despite deleting over 1000 raw photo files last week. Guess I better delete the other 70,000 too. Better late than never though, right?!

I love pinning bullet journal weekly spread photos on Pinterest to get inspiration. So I thought I'd gather a few of my favourite daily log layouts to share with you, in case you're in need of some inspiration or just like looking at bullet journal pictures as much as I do. I don't know, I guess there's just something about seeing all the organised pictures that makes me feel a bit more relaxed. Is that normal?

My 5 favourite daily log layouts

Bullet Journal Daily Log Layout |

Layout 1

My favourite layout so far. You can read a bit about the week of this layout here, but I was clearly feeling quite creative! I really like the addition of the time tracker, I think this would be super useful when I go back to studying and working part-time, as well as the goals and blog schedule sections. I also added a cute motivational quote to get me through the week. This layout is very flexible and I will definitely be using it again!

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Layout 2 and 3

Both of these are 1 page layouts. I tend to use these on my less busy weeks, or when I just feel like a week doesn't warrant a double spread. The FIRST/SECOND one is this week's (I took these photos on Wednesday night, and then decided to post a different post, hence the fact it's still a bit empty. I can assure you it's not now). I like this layout because it means I can add stuff in advance as the days are predefined, however I'm also restricted by that too. I actually ended up adding stuff to my running to do list because I ran out 1 day. This layout would be good for those who like to plan in advance, but not those with long to do lists where you add lots of stuff a day. The first/second layout is a much more flexible layout.

Bullet Journal Daily Log Layout |

Layout 4

Another structured layout, more similar to the first one. This layout is firmly in my favourites as it incorporates the features I like of the first one with the blog schedule and goals, the packing list could easily be swapped for a quote, time tracker or a different tracker, but also the predefined days allow for planning ahead. The double spread however allows for more room so I didn't feel like I ran out of room during the week! The weekly roundup post for this layout is here.

Bullet Journal Daily Log Layout |

Layout 5

And my final favourite is actually one of my first layouts. I love the date headers and time trackers in particular, though I can't take credit for them as I took inspiration from Pinterest. This is a fairly standard layout, but I do really like it and it's something I will use a lot, changing up the headers and dividers for a bit of a different look each week.

What's your favourite daily log layout? Do you tend to change yours up often?


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