2019 Reading Journal Setup

My Reading Journal Setup for 2019

I used an A4 refill pad, some decorative craft papers and watercolour paints to make my journal this year.

I took inspiration (loosely) from Lady Cottington’s Pressed Fairy Letters by Brian Froud.

I love the messy inky look in this book and all of the letters that you can open and I wanted to bring those elements to my journal.

It might seem like I put a lot of work into the journal but it was actually pretty fast and easy to do. Hope you enjoy the video 🙂

Do you keep a reading journal?

8 thoughts on “2019 Reading Journal Setup

  1. Just watched your video. I love your journal! I have a simple log that just tells me the title and author, whether it is fiction or non-fiction, the format, my rating and a short one line thought about the book.

    I did start a bullet journal over a year ago and I kept it up for a bit, but then stopped. I now just have a good diary and my book log 🙂 I also have several spreadsheets on my PC to keep more detail records.

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  2. I started a reading bullet journal and have really enjoyed it thus far. Sometimes I finish books before I release/plan book reviews so it helps me gather my ideas for my blog. I also make a lot of collages from magazine pictures to add to the character of my journal.

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  3. Last year I tried doing that bullet journal drawing shelf with books on and colouring one in each time read one. But did not keep it up. This year going trying just taking pics of books and sharing instragram.


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