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So May Didn’t Go Completely to Plan

Hello Lovelies!

Today, I wanted to share a recap of my bullet journal for the month of May. I was ambitious in my pre-month planning, but a couple road bumps tried to derail me. Anyways, let’s get started!

I have to start by saying that some of the spreads are not pretty because I crapped out on a them ( shame on me), but there were other spreads that I was really happy with.

Here is my monthly calendar, gratitude log, and daily log (fail #1). I always kick myself when I crap out on these because there are times when I reminisce and look back.

Next up is my running list of likes and dislikes (video is coming soon – I promise) and my Zentangle-style mood tracker. I really enjoyed the mood tracker. I will say that picking a better color palette was a giant WIN!

The following spread is my monthly trackers for sleep and headaches. These are some of my favorite pages. They give me so much information about how my body works. These are printable files that are available in the Printable Tools and FreebiesPrintable Tools and Freebies Library.

This next spread is depressing. My Step tracker that I was soooo excited about was a big fail because I lost my Fitbit… again. Ughhh…. And I failed at most of my goals for the month as well. Don’t judge me. I don’t wanna talk about it.

On to weeklies!!! I continued used a different color palette each week (check my Pinterest Color Scheme board for ideas!) About half way through the month, I tried my hand at watercolors, and I loved it! So much fun 🙂

I still used half-page dailies (for the most part) this month because they are working pretty well for now. If you want to see more, head over to my #LetteringMayFlowers Recap to see more of the dailies. Make sure to head over to my Instagram @NetaMarieDesigns to see a quick flip thru of May’s pages.

Have an amazing day!


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Changes and updates to the freebies library… oh and some new additions too!

Hey Friend Hey!

I am in such good spirits today. I am feeling energetic and ready to have an amazingly productive day. The amount of patience and support from everyone while I changed my name has been completely amazing. I totally appreciate each and every one of you.

One of the biggest undertakings with the name change will be changing all of my printables and freebies. I will be doing this one document at a time, though. I don’t think it would be a good idea to delete and start over. I think I can re-create the documents with the new name and also increase the quality on some of them.

Now on to the exciting news!

A friend and fellow bujo / handlettering lover has been asking for practice sheets. I am actually toying with the idea of a workbook, but that will be down the road. Today, though, I have some basic handlettering worksheets for you guys.


The worksheet above is upper case and the worksheet below is lower case. The PDF file includes the entire alphabet 🙂


Both files are in the library, and they are free to download for blog subscribers/followers.

The next printable I have is a bill tracker. I liked this one because it is for an individual bill and has the months already pre-printed. This will be in the library as well 🙂


I don’t have much else to say, but I hope you all have a wonderful day!


P.S. – If you post a pic on Instagram, make sure to tag me @NetaMarieDesigns