This week I my ARC TBR list gave me a little anxiety. So I spent a majority of my downtime reading. I thankfully don’t feel burnt out too much. Each month I keep track of my current ARC’s and I can’t seem to get away from having 25-30 books on the list. After this month though I should be able to knock out a good ten, yay! March will have at least 7 coming off as well. I put myself on an ARC requesting ban where I only request books already on my TBR list, and it has helped a lot.

February Spread


This month I decided to really utilize that big collection of washii tape that I have. I gathered my pinks (for Valentine’s day, duh) and attempted a little gradient of them. I am not going to lie, I absolutely love it!

This method was rather simple and easy to implement. The only necessary bit is having enough of one color scheme to work off of. Aside from that I did my best to work around my “Hello February” so that it didn’t look like I was cutting the page in half with washii tape.

I did my best to pull the washii tape over, and chose one of my favorites from the bunch. Since it was so overpowering in the Hello page, I opted for something simple on my monthly spread. Like I said before, I have soooooo many ARC’s to keep track of each month, so I can’t not have a spot for it that is constantly updating.

Week 6

I had a friend ask me what I use for my color pens. I actually have 2 sets of pens. One set is a 20 piece set of Staedtler triplus fineliner pens. They are .3mm and were used in my monthly spread. The pens I used on my weekly spread are some wonderful gel pens called KACO which you can buy on Amazon. They write beautifully and do not bleed through my pages.

I’m Curious  \ ^_^ /

What sort of tracking do you do? Do you like my new spread? Do you use your BuJo daily? Have any fun bujo hacks? Who do you like to follow on Instagram? What types of tools do you use?


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