April Wrap Up || May Bullet Journal

Hey guys! So… Umm… We are almost halfway through 2022!!! How did that happen?!?!?! I have no idea! 🤷‍♀️ And so, I am back with another Monthly Wrap Up and some Bullet Journal Spreads. Let’s dive in!

April Wrap Up

Life

April started out with my Spring Break. My family took the opportunity to go to the beach. Although the currents were too rough to get in the water most days, we still had fun! You can see pictures from that trip here. The following week was when tech rehearsals started for musical theater. The week after that we had tech week with a rehearsal every day, each about 3 or 4 hours long. That weekend we had our 4 shows. I had a lot of fun, but by the end I was exhausted!

For Easter we went to church and then hung out at my Grammy’s house the rest of the day. The following weekend I read my Statement of Faith so that I could be confirmed.

I also decided to do Cross Country this fall instead of theater, so we have had some practices for that.

I also started another blog this month! You can check it out here!

Pictures

Books

I did not read a lot in April, but here is what I did read.

I started Honey by Sarah Weeks.

I finished On the Fence by Kasie West.

I started and finished Of Mice and Men for school.

Some of My Favorite Posts

Clothing Size: Why We Shouldn’t Define Ourselves by the Numbers

It’s World Autism Acceptance Day: 7 Things I Wish Allistics Understood About Autism

A Little Life Update! (Featuring an All-Nighter, Performances, and Minor Accomplishments

Autumn-Winter Photo Dump

Autism and School

What I Wrote

Heidi Lane

I’m Back + Some Pictures from the Beach

February Wrap Up || March Bullet Journal || A Few Announcements

March Wrap Up || April Bullet Journal

Making Kindness Cards

Saved by Grace

Good Friday

Easter

Introducing…Saved by Grace

Reviewing Goals

  • Establish a running routine In the last week, I did
  • Swap fall/winter clothes with spring/summer clothes Yes I did!
  • Have fun during Mary Poppins tech week, shows, and cast party I had a lot of fun with the whole experience and the people!
  • Put summer sheets on my bed Check!
  • Make at least 1 new friend or get closer with an acquaintance I don’t think I made any new friends, but I would say I am more willing to go up and talk to some people at church.
  • Have no social media Saturdays A few of them were, but not all of them.

Setting Goals

  • Run 35-40 miles
  • Do Heart to Heart regularly
  • Develop a solid running schedule
  • Put away school stuff (after school ends)
  • No Social Media Saturdays
  • Get back on a blogging schedule; for writing/creating and posting
  • Make 1 new friend
  • Develop a daily summer routine
  • Make a Summer bucket list

May Bullet Journal

Fun Fact: I first wrote April (instead of May) on this page when I was planning it. I’m not sure what you would call May’s theme, but I used some paper and did a little leaf chain doodle thing on each page. Here are my header, tracker, and goals pages.

Here I will write something I accomplished that day, big or small. On the opposing page is where I am creating my Summer Bucket List and Goals.

Lastly, here is my to do list page.

Thanks for reading everyone! How was your April? What is your bullet journal theme for May?

Published by Heidi

Hello! My name is Heidi! I am a Christian who believes that everyone should have the opportunity to hear the Gospel. Some of my hobbies include camping, gymnastics, animals, art, rock climbing, and blogging. I have an 9-year-old labradoodle named Silas and 2 3-year-old cats named Puffin and Smudge. You can learn more about me and my blog on my about page on heidilane1.wordpress.com. Thanks for stopping by!

10 thoughts on “April Wrap Up || May Bullet Journal

    1. Thank you! That is a great way to describe it!
      Cross country is going pretty well. Meets haven’t started yet, but we are going ahead and warming up/training for when they do come up.

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    1. Thank you for sharing your insight! Someone who I am close to has autism and so it is important to me that I hear other people’s point of view, especially if they have autism.
      Thank you!

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  1. I loved reading this post!
    The May bullet journal theme is so nice!
    Ooh, a Kasie West book!! 😁 (She’s one of my favorite authors!!)
    Good luck on all of your goals! 😊

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