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February Bullet Journal Flip Through and March Set Up

Hello lovelies! How are you. Today’s blog post is all about a look through of my February and march spread of my bullet journal. Please leave mea comment down below letting me know if any of you do a bullet journal and if so is is for books or something else? Hope you have a great day. 

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The first pages that I am going to show you are my February title page and my February TBR page. For my February title page I decided to do hearts because it’s the month of love. I also did a bunch of circles around the word February because I didn’t want it to be just hearts. The next page is my TBR page. So every single month I write down five books that I want to make a priority to read this month. As you can see I didn’t really do well with sticking to my TBR. I read 2 out of the 5 books. 

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The next set of pages are my Haul and Read pages. The haul page is where I list all of the books that I bought in that month and the read page is where I sit all of the books that I read in that month. 

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Pages Read and my March title page are the next set of pages. Pages Read is where I mark down the number of pages I read on the given day. I love the visual appeal of this page. I couldn’t decide on the theme of the title page for March, so I googled Bullet journal theme title page and it showed this paint splatter design and I instantly fell in love with it. I loved how it turned out. 

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The next pages are my TBR page and my haul page. These five books on my TBR page are my main priority this month. Im excited to get to these books. The Haul page is where I will write down the books that I bought this month. 

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The final two pages are my pages read and read page. Pages read page is where I graph the number of pages I read each day. I love to look at my progress at the end of each month. I find it so satisfying. The last page is my read page. This page is where I will write down all of the books that I read this month. 

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