July BuJo Layouts

I’ve been stressed lately. Stressed and tired and annoyed at small insignificant things, and wishing with entirely too much ferocity that it was the weekend already so I could breathe.

When I feel stressed and tired and just done, I find a lot of comfort in art. Logo designs, coloring, watercolors, bullet journaling, doodling. These things help me breathe again and can take me from somewhere dark and stormy, to somewhere with sun and a pina-coladas and a sea breeze.

Last weekend I watercolored all Saturday. And it was so absolutely perfect. Minimal stress, just trying out some new brushes and new techniques I found online. This past week, I worked on my July Bullet Journal (or BuJo) layouts. And as a weird sort of “sharing-my-joy” post, I’m sharing some of those designs today.

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While coming up with bullet journal designs can be super relaxing for me, I know not everyone feels that same relief when working on their bullet journal. There sometimes feel like a lot of stress or pressure to make it look “perfect” and that can be a scary thing. So if you fall into that boat, and want a beautiful bullet journal without all the stress of designing it yourself, I make bullet journal stickers!

In my Etsy shop, DeerFox Design Co. I sell weekly and monthly printable sticker sheets to help you stay organized! Check out these adorable Pineapple Pool Day stickers! I’ve got tons of themes and designs over at the shop, so check it out for yourself!

And because I’m tired, and don’t really have much else to say, let me say this: Thank you for sharing in my joy today.

P.S. If you’re looking for more Bujo blog posts, try these out!
+ Bullet Journal Starter Pack
+ Bullet Journal Layouts
+ Bullet Journal Wish List
+ A Year of Bullet Journaling in Review

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4 thoughts on “July BuJo Layouts

  1. I’m new to bullet journals but this has definitely inspired me to be more creative with my own. Thanks for sharing. šŸ˜Š

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