Plan with Me! June Bullet Journal Setup

Hello, June! This is my second Plan with Me post, and I’m really enjoying these! I’m a little late in sharing my June bullet journal setup, but I was on VACATION! We made the 10+ hour drive home to Texas, where I did nothing but enjoy the time with our families. No blogging, no work, just relaxing. Now we’re back in Arkansas (boo!), and it’s so hard to get back to the daily grind. Can we please just go back on vacation?

My June bullet journal setup was so easy & quick! It's a gorgeous look that anyone can do! Check out what can happen with a little washi and some stickers!

June Bullet Journal Setup

Since we were traveling, my journal supplies were slightly limited. I couldn’t take the entire contents of my desk with us, so I limited myself to some stickers, 2 rolls of washi tape, and my Tombow brush pens. It was a little difficult not to take all the things, but when you’re limited on space you just do what you need to do. We still needed enough space for all five of us to have a little leg room and a small space to keep the fish. (Yep, our betta fish that lives on the kitchen table made the trip with us!)

On the bright side, not having all the watercolors and fancy paints really helped me keep things simple this month. It was also so much quicker to put together since I wasn’t doing the flowers by hand.

The cover page was super-simple this month- just 3 stickers and a couple strips of washi! The stickers came from a Create 365 sticker book. (I still love the Happy Planner stuff — it’s all so pretty!) Those stickers inspired the color scheme for my monthly pages. I’m using the Coral (873) and Rubine Red (755) Tombow brush pens throughout these spreads.

June Cover | My June bullet journal setup was so easy & quick! It's a gorgeous look that anyone can do! Check out what can happen with a little washi and some stickers!

Calendar

I decided to continue using the traditional bullet journal calendar format. It’s so much quicker and easier to draw up than a regular calendar page, and I love that I have more room to write out events and holidays for each day. I have plenty of room for notes and goals on the facing page, and of course, another pretty sticker.

Bullet Journal Monthly Calendar | My June bullet journal setup was so easy & quick! It's a gorgeous look that anyone can do! Check out what can happen with a little washi and some stickers!

Monthly Trackers

My trackers this month got the biggest changes! Instead of making the tracker go sideways along one page, I let it go across two pages. In May I started tracking my sleep on my weekly spreads, so I thought it would be more fun (and easier) to have all of that in one place. I also added in some things under the “blog” category in hopes that it will help me post a little more frequently. I love how cute the flower stickers made everything look, and again, it was so easy to do!

Bullet Journal Habit Tracker | My June bullet journal setup was so easy & quick! It's a gorgeous look that anyone can do! Check out what can happen with a little washi and some stickers!

I changed my mood tracker a little this month. Instead of having the same flower pre-drawn for every day, I’ll draw a different flower and color it accordingly.

I didn’t color in the rings on my weather tracker, and that’s the only big change there.

Mood Tracker & Weather Tracker | My June bullet journal setup was so easy & quick! It's a gorgeous look that anyone can do! Check out what can happen with a little washi and some stickers!

Gratitude & Happiness

When I first started bullet journaling, I added in the gratitude pages because that’s what everyone else was doing. Last month I changed it to “Happiness is…” Every day I think of something that made me happy or gave me a smile. I love it!

Happiness/Gratitude Page | My June bullet journal setup was so easy & quick! It's a gorgeous look that anyone can do! Check out what can happen with a little washi and some stickers!

I went through May’s Happiness entries, and I found a few gems in there that might have been forgotten or lost if I hadn’t written them down there. One day my son was being so helpful by trying to carry his laundry hamper to the washer, and he couldn’t see where he was going. He tripped over the dog, crashed into our bedroom door, then got up laughing and yelled, “I’M OKAY!!!” Naturally this was right after I told him to be quiet because his sisters had just fallen asleep for their naps. Thank goodness they slept through all the racket, and he and I had a good laugh about it. It’s little things like this that make me smile when I go back and review the month. Definitely a spread I’ll be keeping in my monthly setup!

So simple and pretty!

When I shared my May journal setup, a lot of people told me theirs could never look like that. I’ve got news for you – it can! Use a few stickers, a little washi, some pretty markers, and you would be surprised at how gorgeous it can turn out. Plus, it doesn’t take nearly as long to set up when you use stickers vs. drawing everything!

I can’t wait to share some of these pages with you once they’re all filled out! Make sure you’re following me on Instagram so you don’t miss them! Do you use stickers to help decorate your journal pages? What’s your monthly theme for your June bullet journal setup? Tell me below in the comments!

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20 Comments

  1. I love this idea! I have seen tons of bullet journals around and have wanted to start one! Maybe this will get me to actually start one!

  2. Bullet Journaling is so fascinating and creative! I have never done it but I have thought about trying. I love the gratitude and happiness section.

  3. I’ve been wanting to start bullet journaling for so long now – I think you’ve finally given me the motivation to bite the ‘bullet’ and do it!

  4. These spreads are so cute! Love them!

  5. Very cute and summer-y bullet journal setup! I also do bujo, but I keep mine on the minimalistic and monochromatic side because decorating mine stresses me out. Haha!
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    • Thanks, Jae! I started out as pretty minimalist, but the longer I do this, the more intricate and fun my spreads are getting! 🙂

  6. I love the ideas for expressing our creativity while we journal. I really like going back and seeing what I wrote and finding nuggets of inspiration that I have forgotten.

  7. Man I’ve SO wanted to get into bullet journaling. I tried it once upon a time but the upkeep took too much time for me. Yours is gorg though! I was just talking to someone about Bujos again today so I might have to pick it up again. 🙂

    • Thanks so much, Amanda! Sometimes all the layouts can be time consuming, but the system really works for me! Good luck when you start it again!

  8. OMG yours is gorgeous!! I’ve been dying to start bullet journaling, so this might just inspire me to actually start one!

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  9. This is super cute, currently searching for a calendar I wish I could make something like this but I suck at crafts

  10. Wow! Your journal is amazing! I just got a journal and have no idea where to start

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