July is the pure embodiment of summer. It’s all cold drinks, popsicles, sticky summer fruits, and fireworks. You can use July as an opportunity to slow down and drink in the hot afternoons or you can pack each day with fun summer activities. Of course, in order to prepare for all the joy that July brings, you need to jump in on your bullet journal! Check out these 30 brilliant July bullet journals for a blast of pure inspiration.
Whether you like sherbert, ice cream, or frozen yogurt, I think we can all agree that ice-cold treats are best enjoyed on a sticky summer night. Celebrate that seasonal experience in your July bullet journal!
The summertime is great for enjoying delicious cold concoctions, so create a spread with your favorite bubble tea or iced latte.
Get My Free July Printable
If you find that you’re crunched for time or you just want something nice and simple for this month, I’ve got you covered. You can grab my totally free July bullet journal calendar printable just by signing up for the Fox Den Resource Library. Then you can plan ahead easy peasy!
Jump Into July
Are you packed with amazing bullet journal inspiration? Now is the time to grab your favorite pens, paints, and washi tape to create something totally yours. Go grab July by the horns and enjoy the fruits of summer!
Make 2023 Your Year of Creativity
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Shelby is the main content creator for Little Coffee Fox and has been a full-time blogger for the last four years. In addition to blogging here on Little Coffee Fox, she is a professional letterer, watercolorist, and organization guru. In addition to art, she has a passion for helping people discover ways to combine creativity and productivity in their daily lives. Shelby has been featured extensively online in publications, such as The Wall Street Journal, Buzzfeed, and The Huffington Post.
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