Future Log with Mini Months and a Monthly List

Welcome to Day 50 of my #100DaysofBulletJournalIdeas Project! 

Idea 50: Future Log with Mini Months and a Monthly List

Future Log with Mini Months and a Monthly List

Can you believe it?! Here we are at 50 days in! I'm super proud of myself for going at this 100 day project every single day. Your kind comments have been a huge in encouraging this endeavor, so please keep them coming! :)

Now for today's idea. This is a Future Log style I thought of a few years ago and it's taken me a while to share. The habit tracker with notes was one of the first ideas I thought of a few years ago when I first started Bullet Journaling (also just recently wrote about it) and immediately after creating it, I realized it would also make a great Future Log style. So here it is!

It combines my love of mini month calendars and a monthly log list style to write down events. You can highlight, circle, square, however on the calendar and also write more information on the list underneath on the corresponding day. 

Future Log with Mini Months and Monthly List

Future Log with Mini Months and Monthly List

The reason I finally shared it is because I'm actually going to use it as a combination Future and Record Log for my cycling adventures! I'm going to X out the days on the mini calendar that I've cycled and on the list portion I'll write down how many miles I rode that day and where I adventured to. I'll also write in pencil future cycling events I'm considering. Once I actually participate in those events, I'll write them down in pen. 


Supplies Used:

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Notebook - Leuchtturm1917

Pen - Sakura Micron

More of my favorite supplies


P.S. If you're new to the Bullet Journalยฎ, I recommend checking out BulletJournal.com, it was invented by Ryder Carroll. Ryder is an awesome human that walks you through how to set up your own Bullet Journal with his handy tutorial video that you can check out at BulletJournal.com!



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