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Here is a breakdown of the bullet journal inspired planner created for Gi. Two notebooks were created for Gi; a reflection notebook and a school notebook. Gi’s reflection notebook was created in a black A5 size notebook with pastel and watercolor theme. Layouts involved include a title page, future log, 2018 reflections, when I am old page, when I did last, the 5 w’s of life, monthly cover pages, monthly learning plan, gratitude log, monthly thoughts log, monthly reflections, monthly memories, weekly thoughts, daily reflections, and 2019 reflections so far. Gi’s school notebook was created in a black A4 size notebook with pastel and watercolor theme. Layouts involved include a title page, year at a glance, the 5 w’s of life, accountability, get back on track, 2019 goals, study tips, other tips, cornell notetaking guide, semester overview, timetables, course overview, monthly layouts, a sentence a day, monthly assignments, reading log, brain dump, weekly layouts, blank cornell notetaking pages, mindmaps, monthly reflection, vocabulary list, references list, and project pages.

Reflection Notebook

Layouts Included

Title Page: This is a pastel blue watercolor title page. In a calligraphy font I wrote “Gi’s” then on the second line “Reflections” is written in an all-caps print font.

Future Planning: This layout features 2 columns per page, each column features a month from that year. The header is a pastel minimal cursive.

2018 Reflections: This layout is mainly blank with a print and calligraphy header. “Reflection” is written in pink calligraphy and “2018” in black print.

When I Am Old Page: This page has a yellow print title stating “what I hope to remember about my life when I am old.”The remainder of the layout is blank but with a colorful pastel watercolor blur.

When I Did Last: This is another watercolor layout. The header is written in simple cursive over top of green watercolor. There is space on the left side of the page with green watercolor to note the task and several lines following it to write in dates in which those tasks were completed. 

The 5 W’s Of Life: This is an all black layout. The header is print and simple cursive lettering. The rest of the layout is broken into 5 sections: who, what, when, where, and why.

Monthly Cover Pages: These are simple circular watercolor hello pages. Each is a different pastel color. In black calligraphy cursive is the name of the month.

Monthly Learning Plan: This layout is broken into 4 boxes. The first box is for reflect, the second for observe, third for plan, and the fourth is for act. For the header, the month is written in black print font, learning is written in a pastel calligraphy cursive, and plan is in a smaller print font.

Gratitude Log: These layouts are all different but with the same idea. They depict a yellow sunshine. Each ray of sunlight is numbered for the days of that month and “I am grateful for” or “gratitude” or “grateful” is written in the sun.

Monthly Thoughts Log: This layout depicts colorful watercolor clouds. The headers are in black calligraphy cursive and black print font.

Monthly Reflections: This page is a series of reflection questions spaced out between two pages. The header is in black print and pastel cursive.

Monthly Memories: This memory layout has a minimal cursive header. The remainder of the page is filled with pastel watercolor circles where Gi can write in memories each month.

Weekly Thoughts: Like the monthly layouts, this layout depicts colorful watercolor clouds. The headers are in black calligraphy cursive and black print font. This is a one-page layout.

Daily Reflections: The daily reflections layout was requested based on a layout created by Sublime Reflection. This layout is a three-page layout. The header is in a watercolor calligraphy cursive. The rest of the layout is a grid with a column for each day of the week. The rows include word of the day, wins, challenges, favorite memories, key lessons, tender mercies, gratitude, and <3.

2019 Reflections So Far: This layout is mainly blank with a print and calligraphy header. “Reflection” is written in pink calligraphy and “2019 so far” in black print.

Tools Used

School Notebook

Layouts Included:

Title Page: This is a pink watercolor title page. In a calligraphy font I wrote “Gi’s,” then on the second line “spring semester” is written in an all-caps print font.

Year at a Glance: This year at a glance features 124 months, January 2019 through December 2020, in a calendar format. The months are written horizontally in pastel colors. The main header is 2019 and 2020 in print font.

The 5 W’s Of Life: The header of this layout is print and simple cursive lettering. The rest of the layout is broken into 5 sections: who, what, when, where, and why. Each section’s header is in a different pastel color.

Accountability: This layout has a bold calligraphy cursive header in the center and includes 6 sections: quotes, intentions, definition, let go of, why, and invite in.

Get Back On Track: This layout provides eight tips on getting back on track for school.

2019 Goals: The 2019 goal layout features six sections all surrounded by colorful watercolor. The sections include other skills, physcial health, mental health, career, relationsihps, and art & hobbies.

Study Tips: This page is full of colorful tips and illustrations to help with studying. These sections include flashcards, margins, mind maps, mini mind maps, and teach.

Other Tips: This layout is most blank with a header. The header is writen in an all-caps outlined print font.

Cornell Notetaking Guide: This is a guide to the Cornell notetaking strategy. This page details what each section might include as well as the size and various other tips to notetaking.

Semester Overview: The semester overview layout includes a pastel green calligraphy header. The pages are broken into four months: January , February, March, and April, Each section includes a mini calendar.

Timetables: This layout includes two timetables. One breaks down the week in clock-like cirlces. The second is a chart that breaks down each day of the week into 15 minutes increments.

Course Overview: This layout is another chart to keep track of course information including credit hours, grades, etc.

Monthly Layouts: Each month’s layout is slightly different. What they have in common is the use of calligraphy cursive in the header and the month laid out in a horizontal list identified by both the day of the week and the date. January is unique because of the border lines in both black and pastel purple which are above and below the dates and days of the week. February has pink watercolor splattered behind the days and dates of the month. March is nearly identical to January except the header has a shadow in pastel yellow. April is similar to February except the watercolor is green. May is like January and March except the blue header is outlined in black.

A Sentence A Day: This is a calendar style chart to write down a single word for each day of the month.

Monthly Assignments: Here is another calendar of the month. This calendar is to write down assignment due dates. And anything upcoming.

Reading Log: This log is meant to track reading and reading assignments for each month. The header is done in pastel colored block print with black outlining.

Brain Dump: The braindump layout is filled with watercolor splotches, always featuring two colors. The header is done in pastel colored block print with black outlining.

Weekly Layouts: Each month features a different layout for the weeks. January’s weekly spreads vary by week but each features a watercolor circle, the date, and the day of the week. For February, the weekly spreads are broken into 6 section, the 6th section broken into two. Minimal cursive is used in this spread. March’s weekly spreads show a watercolor cloud across the upper section of the page. Then above columns is a black circle with the date in the circle. April’s layout is based on January’s and has 7 watercolor circles for each day of the week. In the center of these circles is the date. Finally, May’s weekly layouts are just like February’s.

Blank Cornell Notetaking Pages: These are blank pages drawn up to represent the Cornell notetaking pages as shown in the guide.

 Mind Maps: This layout is most blank with a header. The header is written in an all-caps outlined print font. The inside of the font is filled in with a pastel color.

Monthly Reflection: Each month finishes with a reflection page. The header is in calligraphy cursive and print font. the rest of the page is broken into 4 sections. The first section is broken into 3 sections on achievement. The second is drawn to look like a piece of lined notebook paper and is for what was learned. The third section is for memories and is a simple box. The final section is a triangle and arrow meant to feature items for the upcoming month.

Vocabulary List: This blank page has a black print header in the top left and right corners.

References List: This blank page mirrors the vocabulary pages having black print headers in the top left and right corners.

Project Pages: This layout is blank and has a calligraphy cursive header in the top left corner.

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