Anatomy of the Bullet Journal: Future Planning

If you’ve missed the previous posts in the Anatomy of a Bullet Journal Series, check them out here. Today, lets dive right into Future Planning.


I have tested out a couple different types of future planning methods, 3 in particular.

The classic method is what is described on the bullet journal website.  This method is pretty basic.  Simply divide your pages for all the months and write out the events as them  come along.

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future planning with a 3 month spread

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Another 3 month spread, with monthly calendar.
 

6 month, two page spread.
6 month, two page spread.
The second type of future planning is just to simply list events.  This method I did not really care for, as it got confusing.

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Lastly, and my current favorite is the calendex.  The best explanation I have of this type is from Kara over at  Boho Berry.  Check it out here. You can see how mine has evolved over the year.

my first calendex attempt, just a 6 month version.
My first calendex attempt, just a 6 month version.

A yearly calendex.
A yearly calendex.

6 month calendex.
6 month calendex.
Share with us how you future plan?

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