Keep It Together: My 2018 Entertainment Bullet Journal

Posted February 21, 2019 by shooting in Planning / 16 Comments

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Entertainment Bullet Journal

One of my Keep It Together posts last year was about my Entertainment Bullet Journal. I’m not super artistic, so it’s nothing fancy, but I wanted a way to keep track of entertainment type of endeavors – monthly playlists, books I read that month, movies I saw, etc. I thought I’d share some of those pages today and talk about what I hope to do with my Entertainment Bujo this year!

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Here is a page from March 2018. As you can see, I have a list of movies I wanted to see that month. I checked off the only one I ended up seeing which was Love, Simon. I also included a quote from one of the other movies I saw that month – Dunkirk. On the other page I have my March playlist. So far in 2019, I haven’t written out movies I want to see that month, because I’m not that great at keeping up with my Bujo in real time. I often have to go back and write down the books I read (I have them all on Goodreads) and I keep a running list online of my playlist. This might be something I add for certain months, but we’ll have to see.

I definitely plan on keeping the playlists because I love music and it’s fun to see what I was enjoying each month. I’m also keeping the movie quotes. I actually want to include more of them this year. I might even go back and add some in for 2018 where I have room though.

Here is my books read for April 2018. This was a particularly good month, with 13 books read. This is still how I list out the books I’ve read in a month. I try and use stickers or other little doodles to help brighten it up and add some fun to it. I wish I could draw better though, because some people have amazing bujo spreads. I have quotes from books I read on some of the pages too, but I definitely want to include more of those this year. I need to remember to keep track of quotes that I enjoy while I’m reading! It’s harder to get quotes after the fact.

And finally, here is my December 2018 playlist. I didn’t include many quotes from songs in 2018 but that’s something I want to change this year. There are always lines from songs that I love so it would be nice to include that along with the full playlist.

As you can see, I definitely want to keep up with quotes this year: movies, books, and songs. I’m a big fan of quotes and it just adds a little something to the pages. I’m nowhere close to finishing my Bujo, so I’m continuing on in the same one. I’ll share some of my 2019 pages soon – maybe next month!

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16 responses to “Keep It Together: My 2018 Entertainment Bullet Journal

  1. I love this idea, and I know I’ve said it before but it makes sense to bujo things like this to me. Bujoing my whole planner was just a lot of WORK! LOL. I looove that Ellie Goulding song! 🙂 I love to do quotes from books for sure. I want to start adding some quotes to my planner too. I’ve had some weeks/days where I’ve scribbled until it was a huge mess and I’m thinking… I could have put a quote there. LOL XO – Alexandra

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  2. I was doing this last year for entertainment stuff too! I liked tracking the books I read and the movies I’d watched! I kind of fell off of it though and this is encouraging me to pick it back up again!

  3. I think this is such a good idea! I do this for my books, but not entertainment in general but I like that you include music, movies, etc. I’d like to do a better job expanding my music horizons and this would be a good way to track that.

  4. I have a bullet journal but I use it more like a to-do list. I love the idea of keeping track of my entertainment that way. It’s nice to look back and remember films you watched and music you enjoyed. I love quotes too, I really must start collecting them properly.

  5. Jen

    This is really cool, but I am so behind on movies and music. I have a list I want to see, but that might have to wait until the summer when it is a million degrees and we stay inside!

  6. Very cool. I love the idea of keeping lists of movies you want to watch, etc. I always see trailers for movies that look so good but then by the time, they come out I’ve forgotten about them unless they are super hyped in the media.

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