It’s been a while since I’ve taken an artistic slant on my bullet journal. I’m definitely no artist but I went back to pure simplicity for a while and even tried doing a digital variety of bullet journaling. What I’ve come to realize is that while it’s definitely NOT necessary to make a bullet journal fancy or pretty, it lends a sort of calmness and therapeutic feeling to just relax and spend time making something that I deem as beautiful and that makes me happy to look at. It’s amazing what something as simple as some colored pens and stickers can do.
So I spent time creating my plan to get myself back on track with my fitness and nutrition. I spent all of May and June doing my National Guard duties which unfortunately also totally derailed my weight. So in light of my recent acceptance to Tony Horton’s Paragon Super Camp and with an APFT looming ahead, I knew I had to get triple serious about getting back on track. What better way to do that than with a bullet journal spread, right? 🙂
Next I moved on to create my weekly plan for next week, ensuring to add my fitness plan into my schedule. For those days I’m doing Method Makia, I will get up early and get this done before I have to work. Since I work from home on those days, this is ideal. On those days where I run, I am doing it immediately following my Group Fight (basically cardio kickboxing) classes. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, the only other workout piece I’ll have will be my daily push ups and sit ups. Sundays are my rest days – and let me tell you, rest days are where its at to see serious progress.
And just for fun, here’s some other pages from my bullet journal. These were taken a couple months ago so I apologize for those that are out of date. Some spreads were experimental. But whatever – I was having fun. Enjoy!