My April 2021 Bullet Journal setup was a collaborative effort this year. Now I’m part boss lady and home-school mom. Lucky for me, my 16 year old daughter happens to be quite the artist and interning for mom didn’t sound half bad.
So, most of this month’s art is brought to you by my fabulously talented daughter — I mean look at this, she’s awesome, right?
You can print these pages out to use in your A5 size journal, or download them to use in your digital journal. Grab your watercolor planning pack below!
She used the wonderful Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pens for this month’s Bullet Journal artwork. These are the pens I use for headers and calligraphy. They are amazing; they basically do the work for you!
For a full explanation on each of these spreads and how I use them for monthly planning, click here.
We’ve created a huge pack of 8 printable template spreads (that’s 16 pages) for April! Here’s what you’ll get in the April 2020 planning pack:
- Hello April
- Quote of the month
- April Calendar
- April Goals and Tasks
- Habit Tracker
- Mood Tracker
- Gratitude Log
- Memories Page
- 4 Weekly Spreads
You can grab this entire package in my shop by clicking here. And don’t forget to scroll down for your freebies!
Calligraphic April 2021 Bullet Journal Cover Page
For more info on Hello Pages and why to use them, click here.
April 2021 Bullet Journal Monthly Calendar & Habit Tracker
For full instructions on monthly planning, click here!
April Calendar as well as a page where you can outline your goals for the month as well as create a master list of tasks for April.
Habit trackers are a great way build healthy habits over time! For more info about Habit Trackers, click here!
Gratitude Log & Memories
For a full explanation of Gratitude logs, click here!
A Green, Leafy Mood Tracker
For more info about Mood Trackers, click here!
April 2021 Bullet Journal Weekly Spreads
Four weekly spreads — one for every week in April!
Each weekly spread includes a section for your weekly schedule, to-dos, meal planning, shopping list, a tracker (for things like water intake, hours of sleep, & c.), and a section for your next week.
Here’s an example of how you can use the tracker on your weekly spread.
Assign things you want to track over the week like water intake, sleep, exercise, & c., and write those along the bottom. Pick a different color for each. Then put a dot under each day up to the amount you accomplished on the number scale. For instance, you see in the example on Monday, I drank 6 glasses of water. As far as exercise goes, Monday I didn’t get a lot — so on a scale of 1-10 I gave it a 1.
These weekly spreads are the life blood of not only getting more organized but also staying that way. Weekly planning is the way to stay on track with your new year’s resolutions And now I’ve taken all the prep work out of it. Simply download them and stick them in your journal!
You can pick up this entire package in my shop. Click here to get yours.
And of course, I can’t let you walk away without freebies. I’m offering the April 2021 calendar, goals, and tasks pages all for FREE!
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Perfect DIY Stickers
I highly recommend printing them out on these Avery shipping labels. I know, it sounds weird, but they fit absolutely perfectly in any A5 size journal (roughly 8×5). No wrinkled paper or awkwardly taped edges, just a smooth easy transition from my journal to yours :). They’re the perfect DIY sticker!