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Dutch Door Ideas For Your Bullet Journal

Dutch Door Ideas For Your Bullet Journal

Bullet journaling is a great way to stay organized and keep track of your daily tasks, goals, and events. One popular technique in bullet journaling is the use of Dutch doors, which are pages that are divided into two or more parts to create unique layouts. Dutch doors offer more space for creativity and can be used to showcase different sections of your journal. (Courtesy of Shayda Campbell

January – New Year’s Resolutions

For January, create a Dutch door that features your new year’s resolutions. Use the top part of the page to list your goals for the year, and the bottom part to track your progress. This will keep you motivated and accountable as you work towards achieving your goals.

February – Valentine’s Day

In February, create a heart-shaped Dutch door to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Use the top part of the page to write a love letter to yourself or someone special, and the bottom part to plan a romantic date or create a bucket list of things to do together.

March – Springtime

For March, create a Dutch door that showcases the beauty of spring. Use the top part of the page to draw a beautiful floral wreath, and the bottom part to write down your favorite things about springtime.

April – Earth Day

In April, create a Dutch door that celebrates Earth Day. Use the top part of the page to draw the Earth and write down ways you can help protect the environment. On the bottom part, write down your eco-friendly goals for the year.

May – Mother’s Day

In May, create a Dutch door that celebrates Mother’s Day. Use the top part of the page to write a letter to your mom, and the bottom part to plan a special day for her.

June – Summer Solstice

For June, create a Dutch door that celebrates the longest day of the year. Use the top part of the page to draw a sun and write down your summer goals. On the bottom part, create a mini bucket list of fun summer activities to do.

July – Independence Day

In July, create a Dutch door that celebrates Independence Day. Use the top part of the page to draw the American flag, and the bottom part to write down your favorite things about summer.

August – Back to School

For August, create a Dutch door that celebrates the start of a new school year. Use the top part of the page to draw a school bus and write down your academic goals for the year. On the bottom part, write down your extracurricular goals for the year.

September – Fall

In September, create a Dutch door that celebrates the arrival of fall. Use the top part of the page to draw a pumpkin and write down your favorite things about the season. On the bottom part, create a fall bucket list of things you want to do.

October – Halloween

For October, create a Dutch door that celebrates Halloween. Use the top part of the page to draw a haunted house and write down your favorite spooky stories. On the bottom part, plan your Halloween costume or create a list of fun Halloween activities.

November – Thanksgiving

In November, create a Dutch door that celebrates Thanksgiving. Use the top part of the page to draw a turkey and write down what you’re thankful for. On the bottom part, plan your Thanksgiving meal or create a list of things you want to do with your family.

December – Holiday Season

For December, create a Dutch door that celebrates the holiday season. Use the top part of the page to draw a

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