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Entertainment Bullet Journal: March 2019
Today, I thought I’d share a couple months of my Entertainment Bullet Journal, where I keep track of books read, monthly playlists, movies I saw, etc. I’m also trying to include more quotes.
March Books, Part 1
March Books, Part 2 (+ a quote I really liked from one of the books I read that month)
March Playlist (+ a quote from Kelly Clarkson’s awesome song “You Can’t Win”.
March Movies I Saw (+ a quote from Five Feet Apart that I really liked)
Entertainment Bullet Journal: April 2019
April Books, Part 1
April Books, Part 2 (+ an awesome quote from Stalking Jack the Ripper)
April Movies I Saw (+ a quote I really liked from Captain Marvel)
April Playlist (+ a quote from the Lukas Graham song “Love Someone”)
What do you think?
Do you keep track of any of these monthly stats? I’m trying to keep up with my bullet journal, and I’ve got June up to date so far, which is good. The hardest part is remembering the songs for my Monthly Playlist, so I really need to keep track of that better as the month goes on.
Any books you’ve read, movies you’ve seen, or songs you listened to that we have in common?
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Love that you keep such great track of what you’re reading, watching and listening to. It’s cool to see that we watch a lot of the same movies too and listen to the same music.. Kelly Clarkson’s verse is absolutely perfect! Hugs…RO
Oh wow! I wish I did this…but I know myself well enough to realize I’d do one day and then dwindle away. What a wonderful way to really spend TIME with books!
Bullet journaling is just not something I think I’ll ever do. I thrive in chaos!
I keep track of the books I’ve read, pages, average rating, how many unread books I still own, etc.
I love the idea of a playlist though!
I love how you keep track of all this! I only track my books in my planner. I should start tracking other things, too. I LOVE Kelly Clarkson 🙂
The only thing I really keep track of is my blogging and reading goals. I should do more, including getting quotes that I like from books. I’m so in awe of what you do!
I like how you include quotes on your pages!
Look at you go! I should do this, but I am a reformed list maker and stat counter as I got a little OCD in my past 🙂
Bullet journaling looks like so much fun and I try it from time to time. I’ve been using Goodreads to keep a track of what I read but I like your way of keeping a list of what you’ve watched.
I love how you do this. It makes me think of something like a yearbook that you could pull out a few years from now and see what kinds of music, movies, and books you were into at that time. Like a stroll down memory lane. 🙂
I track the books that I read in one list. I’m worse about tracking movies / shows. I like how you divide them by month. It makes it easier to see how you’re progressing from month to month. I’d like to start doing that 🙂
This is so cool, I never thought of doing this… I have been keeping a lot stored in my Notepad on my iPhone and then I can get to it on my laptop, too! But, it is nice you can write it down and cross stuff off, etc.
Ahh I love that you keep track of all of this in a bullet journal! I really want to start doing this too, but…. my laziness somehow takes over haha, I need to do better. I LOVE that you keep track of quotes you love, too, I always love quotes but tend to forget them haha, I need to keep track of them too! 🙂
I always love to peak into your bullet journal entries. You saw so many good movies and read a lot of incredible books! I feel like I haven’t seen too many memorable movies lately: I did see the new Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston one which was kind of meh. Have you heard of it?
I did hear about that one, and I want to watch it, but I have heard mixed things.
I just bought the Five Feet Apart movie today and I already feel anxiety for the end. Even though I completely know what happens, it gets me EVERY SINGLE TIME.
I love this and I like that you have been adding quotes to it! So fun. 🙂 You may not be interested… and you DO NOT NEED to add anything to it, but Kelly Purkey has some really fun small planner stamps that have little TVs, etc. on them and they might be fun to add little icons to your page. 🙂 I love that you are keeping track of all of your media in one place! 🙂 🙂 XO – Alexandra
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Despite my keeping a similar though smaller record like this online I too have a paper journal complete with reading log, films watched, books received from authors/publishers and so on and having read this may well start to include quotes.
I don’t have anything nearly as organized as you, but I do have printed out calendar pages with my the arcs I need to read and review. Must get more organized! 🙂
I only keep track of my monthly reading on Goodreads.
I love the quotes. I’m not a big list maker but there are a lot of quotes I love and forget where they came from or pass the book on so I don’t have it anymore.
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I used to. Not anymore. I miss my planner ):
This is amazing Lauren and what a wonderful keepsake to be able to look back on, what you were reading, watching and listening to. This would be a brilliant monthly blog wrap up as well.
I love that you journal! I always mean to and get excited about doing it and then rarely follow through for some reason.
I love bullet journals. This is a great idea to keep track of your favorite songs, books read and movies. So fun to look back and see what was entertaining you for those months. I’ve begun keeping a list of my favorite Netflix shows, and new ones to try (that friends have recommended). I tend to forget if I don’t write them down. I may even get half way through a season of a new show and forget to watch the rest of it. LOL. Fun post, Lauren.
Wow, you read a lot of books in April! You’ve got good taste in music.
I would really enjoy making playlists. Just don’t know how to begin without spending a lot of money. All of my music is on my iPod, wish I could transfer it to my Samsung phone.
Hadn’t seen the acronym BuJo but that’s kinda catchy!!