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March National Day Weekly Bullet Journal Spread Ideas

Since I enjoyed creating these weekly spreads for January and February and you guys loved them just as much, I thought why not do it again, but for the month of March. This weekly spread will include National Day Weekly spreads for all weeks in March except the first week. This blog post includes National Girl Scout Day, National Jewel Day, the first day of Spring, St. Patricks Day, Epilepsy Awareness Day, and National Scribble Day. If any of those weekly spread ideas interest you then keep on reading.

As I have mentioned before on the blog I plan digitally, using an iPad and the application GoodNotes and Bargain Depot Stylus 2 Pack from Amazon. Currently I am still using GoodNotes 4. If you are curious to why I plan digitally you should check out my blog post Switching to a Digital Planner-Paperless Planning.

National Girl Scout Day

If you have read some of my recent blog posts then you will know that I became a Girl Scout leader this year. Since Girl Scouts pertains to me, I am a weekly spread celebrating National Girl Scout Day on Tuesday, March 12. I know that not everyone has a use for this spread, but just in case you do I thought I would include it. If it doesn't don't worry I have other spreads for this same week. For this spread I kept it simple and just used the Girl Scout symbol for the day of the week and date and outlined it in a light grey to add dimension. When using this spread I plan to stick with the traditional Girl Scout shade of green. 

National Jewel Day

I actually created this spread over a year ago and never got around to using it. Not only do I have the chance to use it, but I also get to share it on the blog. For this spread I split up the color scheme into two so that each part of the week looked and felt a little different. I also thought by doing this I could show that using a different color scheme can really change how the whole spread looks. For the first half of the week I went with a more vibrant colors for the jewels and for the second half of the week I chose to do more muted shades. When it came to drawing the jewels I simply looked at pictures on Pinterest for inspiration. I think if I were to do a jewel spread again I would either have the jewels coming from a cluster in the corner or having them hand down from the top of the page. 

St. Patrick's Day

I couldn't post a planner related blog post in March without including a St. Patrick's Day weekly spread now could I. I kept this spread simple with just using the highlighter feature of GoodNotes. For the four leaf clover I copied and pasted an image from Google and traced it. Instead just having the color scheme be green I also used a pale yellow and pale orange. I also used the yellow for the meal tracker at the bottom to mimic gold coins.

First Day of Spring

Hopefully by the time March 20th is here it will start to feel like Spring where I live. Not only do I love growing succulents, but I also love using them in my planner spreads. This Spring inspired weekly spread is so simple yet so beautiful. I absolutely love everything about this spread from the floral design to the color scheme. This was my first time drawing a rosette succulent and I think I did an okay job. I think this is the perfect spread celebrate the beginning of Spring.

Epilepsy Awareness Day

This next weekly spread is very meaningful to me. The only true friend that I have made since starting college has epilepsy. Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that causes seizures. Not only did I want to include this spread in hopes of bringing awareness, but I also wanted to honor her. The color that represents international epilepsy awareness is purple, so this day is also referred to as National Purple Day. Since I will be traveling during this week I decided to make the spread simple because I plan on adding all of the fun things that I will be doing on my trip. 

National Scribble Day

If the last weekly spread does not spark your interest then maybe a National Scribble Day weekly spread will. With this spread I only used black as a way of representing scribbling with a black ink pen. I know my header doesn't really look like scribbles because it is more geometric. But when I think of scribbles I think of drawing in your notebook in class and this is how I used to draw in my notebook. If you are interested in more black and white weekly spreads check out this blog post. 5 Black and White Weekly Bullet Journal Spreads.

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