June Bullet Journal Challenge

Hello there!

Welcome to yet another month of the Bullet Journal challenge!

This month I asked everyone over on Instagram in this post for any ideas that they had for June's Bullet Journal challenge.

Plenty of wonderful ideas were shared and I eagerly added all of them! Yay! I added a couple of my own in there, as well.

Thank you again everyone that shared their lovely ideas. I'm sure that this month's challenge will be the best one yet thanks to all of you!

If you haven't checked it out yet, make sure to check out the Instagram Bullet Journal Challenge hashtag feed as well as the Bullet Journal hashtag feed. These are quick and easy ways to get some ideas and inspiration for how to set up your Bullet Journal and grab ideas to tweak your developing Bullet Journal system. :)

This month there is a special surprise for the challenge from my friend Dee from DecadeThirty. She wrote out the challenge and made it into a beautiful printable for everyone to enjoy. I think her handwriting is just absolutely gorgeous to look at. She gets asked all the time whether it is computer font. It is not; her grandma just had her keep up with having great handwriting and it has definitely paid off. Now we all get to enjoy the beauty that is her handwriting when working on the Bullet Journal challenge. :D

Here is the beautiful handwritten challenge from Dee that you can download in color or black and white :)

Download the color version here.

Download the black and white version here.

Here they are side by side once trimmed down to only the Bullet Journal Challenge section.

Just paste, tape or washi them in your Bullet Journal.

...Or place them on your corkboard like I do to keep the challenge in view at all times.

Join us over on Instagram for this month's challenge! It will be awesome.

If you have any ideas on what you'd like to see on the challenge for future months, leave a comment below and I will make a note to include it and credit you :)

P.S. Go check out Dee's blog over at DecadeThirty! She has great blog posts on the Bullet Journal as well :D

Supplies used:

Leuchtturm1917 medium dot notebook (Amazon | Goulet Pens)