February bullet journal: weekly planner

Plan your appointments, tasks and activities

Today, we want to share with you our top tips and tricks on how to design a weekly planner for your bullet journal. You can use your weekly planner to note down and illustrate all the details relating to a particular week, such as appointments, tasks and other stuff that you really want to get done. Don’t forget to include time planning in your monthly overview, too. That way, you’ll also have a general picture of, say, holidays and birthdays or pre-booked doctor’s appointments. But now back to the weekly planner: as well as noting down special activities, we recommend you also include routine tasks to make sure not only that they don’t get forgotten but also that you’ve allocated time for them. Ultimately, however, it’s entirely up to you to decide what you want to include. And, of course, the beauty of a bullet journal is that you don’t have to follow a fixed layout. edding gel rollers are the ideal pens for decorating your weekly planner in striking metallic shades. By drawing colourful borders, small pictures and hand lettering, you’ll be able to create something fantastic in no time at all.

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