Hey guys, it's Megan!
Today I'll be showing you a quick, REALISTIC plan with me for March 2020. I've definitely been slacking a bit on my new year's bullet journaling goals, but I haven't given up yet!
Even though I wanted to do an "easy" spread this month, I still wanted to make a cover page. After all, I still needed a thumbnail for the video!
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I originally had a different plan for this page, but made a few mistakes along the way that led me to the Lavender/ripped paper theme. Thankfully it was a "Happy Accident"!
Next up was my "one line a day" page.
I haven't kept up with this as well as I could have in February, but I still really like the concept.
It's just like it sounds. You just write down a sentence or two about what you did at the end of the day.
I didn't include a "monthly spread" calendar this month, since I recently bought a wall calendar. I figured it didn't make sense to write it twice!
So, I moved right on to my weekly spreads. This month I got to test out the Phomemo MO2 label printer (product provided for free in exchange for an honest review.)
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The Phomemo printer is such a fun product, and can be used for lots of things besides Bullet Journaling. The printer connects to your phone via Bluetooth. In the Phomemo app you can design your own lists/trackers like I did below, print photos, scan documents, and more!
I designed a Monday-Friday weekly schedule, a YouTube planning box, a habit tracker, and a step tracker to use each week.
Being able to print the trackers saved me so much time, I'd definitely recommend it!
As for photo quality, the Phomemo prints remind me of the photos you'd get in the photo booth at Chuck E Cheese. If you're looking for something for JUST printing photos, this might not be the best option. But if you want something that can print things like shopping lists, recipes, custom graphics, labels, QR codes, and more, the Phomemo printer is definitely the way to go.
The printer uses thermal paper (which is similar to receipt paper), so you don't need ink. Phomemo sells self adhesive sticker paper refills in a variety of colors, and they have non-adhesive paper as well.
If you were curious, the photos are (from left to right): My sister's cat Thomas, my cat Lucky (RIP), the castle at Disney World in the Magic Kingdom, Annie LeBlanc and I in 2017, Lucky again, and Beetlejuice and I in Universal Studios. This definitely made me realize that I need to take some new photos 😅
The last page in my bullet journal this month is this "social media planner" page. I've realized that I tend to plan my videos on my phone/in a separate notebook, so I condensed this to a two page spread this month.
I plan on listing the titles of potential videos/posts on this page, and checking off each one as I complete it.
Speaking of which, if you ever have any video/blog ideas for me I'm always happy to hear them!
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