BuJo 2: Routines Need Time.

I am horrible at a routine. This is part of the reason that the 30-days your way is going to be so excellent for the Creative Journey folks! I can participate in getting time… well, maybe not time, but definitely routine to schedule some sanity. Okay, even that’s stretching it a bit too far.

I mean, absolutely dreadful at maintaining a routine. I am fantastic at creating a fun, engaging program or event, but maybe it’s the cross between my “squirrel” moments (I have yet to be tested to see if I’m a good lil soup can), and my “I’ll do it after I…” my greatest intentions seem to get shifted off or away permanently.

So how am I going to maintain this BuJo?
First off, I swear, I need to just sit down with a day of silence and no migraine and no frustration and no… well, yeah, this might be a bit of a long shot, but I need some time to get some time to prep some time to organise my time.

I need a freakin’ TARDIS.

I’m gonna share with you a few of the pages I need to create before December.

Next week, I’ll be able to show you the finished products of how I did them – as the ones I’m going to make are going to be different than the examples I show in here.

Do you BuJo?

Let me know in the comments below, or head over to the various BuJo discussions in the Creative Journey group.

The following examples are from Google and are only for ideas to show how the pages could look.

1. Cover Page for the Month


2. Month-at-Glance


3. Week’s To-Do List


4. Articles (GG & Deka)


5. Personal Growth


6. Other stuff… (aka: whatever else I decide to stuff in there)

Trackers, Goals, etc.



I really want to go back to writing in a journal daily, and tracking the weather, the sleep patterns, the mood, etc.

Here’s to creativity and organised routine structuring time!!

Sera Hicks on Blogger
Sera Hicks
Creative Journey Leader, Intern Supervisor, Admin, Writer at Geeks and Geeklets
Geeky Hobbit-loving Whovian. Lover of chocolate, cats, and crafty things. Writer, Creative Journey Leader. It has to be better tomorrow.