November carries with it themes of sharing bounty, giving thanks, giving back in small ways, and understanding the why behind any action you take. Keep these ideas and concepts in your mind when you create your monthly bullet journal themes, habit trackers, designs, and track your yearly and monthly goals in your Bullet Journal this month.
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Sometimes November can be a bit weird being far away from our families. Normally the holidays are filled with laughter, love, and lots of food and good conversation. The years when this happens are quiet, quaint and cozy, just us with our pets. To connect with your family and friends during this time, try “baking together, apart” over video chats and calls. Cook together on video calls in your respective kitchens and share a meal together from the other side of the screen.
What To Journal About In November
As we welcome in the brisk cold air and falling leaves we like to turn inward and give thanks for what we have harvested this year.
Now is a time of deep reflection with the goal being better understanding of our actions. We also reflect on our motivations as we descent further into the dark half of the year as we approach Thanksgiving, Firendsgiving and the holiday season. Like October, November is also a time of year when we remember those who have gone before us and how we spend our time here on Earth as the living. We also continue the descent further into ourselves for reflection and deep Shadow Work in our journals.
What are you doing to stay connected to your loved ones this holiday season?
November is a time of year when we focus on understanding our motivations and actions regarding the progress we have or haven’t made on our dreams goals and intentions that we set back in January. November is also time to give back in small ways as we share what we have learned.
Continue to dig deep into why you do what you do.
Reflect on your goal’s progress so far this year and share what you have learned with others.
Write down in your journal 3 little ways that you can give back to those you love, your community, or the world with the knowledge you have gained so far this year.
Remember to focus on understanding your motivations and actions regarding the progress you have or haven’t made on your goals as we head into the most colorful month of the year, November.
If you are new to bullet journaling, I’m so excited to help you get started! Below are some of my favorite bullet journal layouts, cover pages, and calendars to inspire your own bullet journal pages.
Grab a latte (I’ve been making my own vegan macadamia milk P.S.L. Pumpkin Spice Latte lately!) and settle in with your bullet journal, markers, washi tape, colored pencils, and watercolors and get ready to make some beautiful November Inspired Bullet Journal Spreads that are sure to feed your creativity and artist’s soul.
November Bullet Journal Design Themes & Ideas:
November Food Bullet Journal Themes:
- cozy cups of tea
- baking pumpkin pie
- apple cobbler
- pumpkin spice latte
- candy corn
- warm cider
November Clothing Bullet Journal Themes:
- Winter Clothes
- Warm Knit Hats
- Cable Knit Sweaters
November Animal Bullet Journal Themes:
- Stag Deer
- Manatee & Mermaids
November Bullet Journal Themes
- Lord Of The Rings
- Dream Catchers
- Falling Leaves
- Harvest Time
- Corn Maze
- Rakes & leaves
- wine tasting
- cider tasting
- craft beer tasting
- Woodland Themes
- Forest Themes
November Color Bullet Journal Themes:
- Soft Purples
- Red Themes
- Iridescent Color Schemes
- Soft Gray & Silver
- Teal, Blue Champagne, Fuchsia, & Grape
- muted blues
- soft blues
- rustic muted colors
- light oranges and creamy white shades.
- Grey Themes
- Black and White Themes
November Nature & Botanical Bullet Journal Themes:
- Birch Trees
- The Moon
- Mountain ranges
- Chrysanthemum Mums
- Asiatic Lily
- Calla Lily
- Gerbera Daisy
- Snap Dragon
- Wax flower
- Smoke bush cotinus
- Star of Bethlehem
- Neapolitan lace
- Olive branches
- Ornamental pepper
- Pampas grass
November Floral Combinations for Your Bullet Journal:
- yellow protea, pink hypericum berries, orange ranunculus and calla lilies.
- Red Roses and dark plum seasonal foliage to contrast the warmer colors.
- Seeded eucalyptus.
- Stems of lime green hydrangea.
November Bullet Journal Pages To Inspire You
Dark Moody & Brooding Bullet Journal Theme: moon phases, sunflowers, and yellow fall colors and accents
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