Undoubtedly, planning with a bullet journal is a great way to organize your month ahead. Today I want to show you how you can set up your bullet journal for August. For this reason, here you can find an amazing August bullet journal layout ideas.
Indeed, feel free to grab some bujo inspiration and ideas for August such as:
- cover pages
- brain dump pages
- monthly spreads
- habit trackers
- weekly layouts
Now, when we’re near the end of July, you’ve already known what does it mean. Yes, it’s time to set up a bullet journal for August.
After over a year of keeping up with my bullet journal, I must admit it. Obviously, I’m head over heels in love with bullet journaling.
Moreover, it’s an awesome way to explore your creativity and have real fun. Even if you’re not an artist.
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Because July is almost done, I bet you’re seeking some awesome August bullet journal inspiration.
Today I share with you amazing Pinterest August bullet journal ideas. Get some inspiration for your bullet journal setup.
 Bullet Journal August Plan with Me
For those of you, who loves “bullet journal plan with me” type of videos, here’s my August bujo setup.
August Bullet Journal Theme Ideas
As a matter of fact, the summer is still here.
First and foremost, you can easily focus on vibrant colors like yellows, blues, hot pinks, and feel the vacation vibe.
Also, it’s the last call before the Back-to-School season.
With this in mind choose such August bullet journal themes like:
- tropical leaves
- under the sea creatures
- fruits (pineapple, lemon, watermelon)
- ice cream
Additionaly, here you find more summer bullet journal ideas.
August Bullet Journal Cover
 Unquestionably, it’s official – 2000’s trends are back! With this in mind, my August bullet journal theme is inspired by Ed Hardy’s designs.
Although the looks were, in general, a little bit in poor taste, I loved it. As a matter of fact, it was a great way to wear a kind of tattoo without having them permanently inked on skin.
With this in mind, I drew a simple rose doodle and add a ribbon banner.
 Every time before I start planning layouts for next month, I choose a theme.
Although it isn’t obligatory, it perfectly suits my obsession with cohesion.
For this reason, I decided to go with the Venice Beach theme for my August bullet journal layout.
Indeed, summer is everything you want it to be – chilling out, relaxing, and full of sand, water, and sun.
Along with this, Venice Beach looks like a place to have a great fun.
With this in mind, I sketched pink VW Van with three decorative surfboards inspired by most instagrammable wall murals. Also, I wrote August with block letters and add drop shadows.
Here you can learn how to doodle with many awesome step-by-step tutorials.
August Bullet Journal Layout Ideas for Cover
August Bullet Journal Monthly Spread
 This year I decided to go for a classic monthly calendar with a place for my monthly goals and a to-do list.
 For my August monthly log, I created a simple vertical layout. Due to my business and personal life, I need only a minimal glance at the month.
As a content creator, I want to have a space for setting monthly goals and planning out the marketing strategy. I incorporated Venice Beach theme by filling block letters with “mural” patterns from cover page and drawing lifeguard tower doodle.
Check out more bullet journal lettering ideas!
August Bullet Journal Layout Ideas for Monthly Spreads
 For my August habit tracker I created 9 mini monthly calendar. Also, I added mood tracker as three separate rose doodles to track my moods during the entire month.
If you don’t know what to track in your bujo, here’s a list of over 70 habit tracker ideas for a bullet journal.
 For this page, I couldn’t decide if I wanted to have a separate page for each. This month I’ll try the one-page habit tracker and see how does it work for me.
August Bullet Journal Layout Ideas for Trackers
 After two years of keeping a bullet journal on a regular basis, I just can’t imagine not creating bujo brain dump pages. If you want to learn more about how to use a brain dump with a bullet journal, read my previous post.
This year brain dump pages include one designed for a brainstorm session and the other to get my random thoughts structured.
 On the other side, I decided to make a brain dump page. Sometimes I feel like my mind runs a million miles a minute. Making a date with your brain really changed my life. I get everything from my mind and transfer it onto a bullet journal page. Next, I added a task management page to organize these messy thoughts.
Weekly Planner for August
 Last but not least, it’s time to show you my bujo weekly spread.
Recently I’ve been obsessed with dutch door bujo spreads.
Although my heart is bleeding every single time I have to cut out some of my precious notebook pages, I find this type of bujo weeklies functional.
Also, I leave a space for a weekly review and braindump (again). Undoubtedly, it helps me a lot stay on a track and work towards goals without being distracted.
 Definitely, busy weekly spreads are my signature style.
Moreover, it’s a great opportunity to practice my lettering and doodling.
Along with this, I like to make up some funny stories and transfer them into drawings.
On the other hand, I’m glad I don’t need a lot of space for my weekly tasks.
August Bullet Journal Layout Ideas for Weekly Spreads
August Bullet Journal Layout Ideas – Final Thoughts
Now I hope I put enough bullet journal August ideas to help you setting up your bujo layouts.
And while I’m pretty much sure I sound like a broken record, remember that bullet journaling is all about personalization and customization.
So don’t be afraid to experiment, have fun, and good luck!