These planners have weekly layouts divided into vertical boxes for each day. The boxes, whether as singles or multiples, provide a great space to compartmentalize information from your Bible studies.
It has taken me a while to jump on board. I've been following several journalers on different web sites and in Facebook groups and I've been some impressed with how they put their ideas together in the planner, but I needed a layout idea that worked with how I study and journal, and of course, the obvious solution was to create my own.
So, here is my first attempt at creating a Bible journaling layout for the Happy Planner.
This freebie is customizable to a point, but if you want more options, I am starting a set of planner layouts in my Etsy shop. The first is up now and is in a gold and deep coral motif. You can see it here:Happy Planner Bible Journaling Kit.
This is what it looks like in my planner:
And it's probably not a coincidence that a lot of journalers are planners, and vice versa. The two activities just seem to go together and complement one another.
Stickers for planners are sold in stores everywhere, but they can get pretty expensive. So n ow the cool way to get them is from a vendor who sells downloadable printables that you can print out on sticker paper (full sheet mailing labels, available from most office supply stores and from Amazon.
While you decide if this is for you, enjoy the freebie, below.