110+ July welcome pages for your Bullet Journal
Hello July! What an awesome month! It’s like a new start to the year and to make it better you have a month that starts on a Monday this year! So what better way to start the month than we these adorable July welcome pages for your Bullet Journal!
Also grab our free July Prompt Printable!
Are you specifically looking for 4th of July themed posts? Check them out here! Or looking for June cover page inspiration?
I cant believe its already part way through the year! Can I feel terrible that I haven’t achieved potentially as much as I really wanted to. URG!
These are self imposed goals though, so I really should give myself a little more slack! But the minute I relax, I still feel like i’m letting myself down. Its a terrible cycle!
I am glad that I can use my bullet journal to really help me focus on on that productivity, so that’s exactly what I will do this week, is focus on this priorities I really want to make sure I nail them in the next couple of months!
Some cool information about the Month of July
Lets just appreciate that July National Ice-cream month! What!? And national picnic month, which makes sense in a summer northern hemisphere. But here in new zealand its totally not weather for picnics more like weather for ducks!
July’s birth stone is Ruby, pretty!
Interesting fact about the name July – The month of July is named after Julius Caesar by a decision of the Roman Senate in 44BC as July was the month of his birth.
Whats cool is its the midway point of the year – Although six months have passed, July 1 is not the mid-point of the year. The exact halfway point comes at 1pm BST on July 3 in a non-leap year.
How to create a July Cover page in your bullet journal!
Firstly think about what theme you would like to add to your month, would you like to add something about July 4th and Independence Day? Or are you after something more summery feeling or winter feeling (if you are in the southern hemisphere like me!)
The next thing you could do is plot out your theme on a blank piece of paper. Think about what elements you would like to add to your bullet journal monthly and what you would like to add to your bullet journal weekly! So map out those weekly bullet journal layouts to find the perfect fit!
How can I add different elements to my July Bullet journal theme?
You might not want to spend the whole month celebrating independence. Thats totally OK! Why not find some ways to add simple elements to your spread like stickers, or little doodles to show that you respect and love the day but it does not have to be your resounding bujo theme.
Creating the perfect bullet journal monthly spread is so personal to you! As well as creating the perfect bullet journal weekly spread! It doesn’t really matter if your Bujo weekly or monthly or even daily, as long as you have a productive style that works for you!
Popular Holidays in July to add to your bullet journal!
July 1: Canada Day
July 2: World UFO Day <Weird!
July 3: Stay Out of the Sun Day. Superman Day, International Plastic Bag Fee Day
July 4: Independence Day
July 5: Bikini Day
July 7: Chocolate Day, Global Forgiveness Day
July 10: Piña Colada Day, Teddy Bears’ Picnic Day
July 11: World Population Day
July 14: Shark Awareness Day, International Nude Day, Macaroni and Cheese Day
July 17: World Emoji Day
July 19: Ice Cream Day
July 20: Moon Day, Space Exploration Day, International Cake Day, Global Hug your kid day
July 24: International Self Care Day, Tequila Day
July 30: International day of friendship
Our featured July welcome pages for your Bullet Journal:
What an amazing selection of spreads for this Month. So many creative people creating amazing things! So creative and big round of applause to all you awesome humans!