Bullet Journal Page Ideas (with Examples)

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**Last Updated January 25, 2019**

If you are like me, your bullet journal goes everywhere with you. It sleeps beside your bed, travels in your purse, attends meetings, sits on your desk, goes grocery shopping…..well, you know what I’m talking about.

Your bullet journal is your constant companion. Whether you keep it simple or go all out with doodles and art supplies galore, your bullet journal keeps you focused on what’s important, maintains a record of your productivity, and helps you take consistent strides toward your goals.

The best thing about your bullet journal is that it is customized for you. You design your life one day at a time. The best way to design your bullet journal is to experiment with new spreads and ideas. Experimentation unlocks your bullet journal’s full potential.

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If you are new to bullet journaling and perusing the net looking for ideas about how to set up your journal check out How To Make A Bullet Journal For Beginners . This post covers the basics to creating your bullet journal including the different types of journals available to you and the supplies you will need to make one.

The original bullet journal is the Leuchtturm1917. I use this journal for work. It has a pocket in the back for my sticky notes, is small enough to fit in my purse, and has a durable cover.

Another bullet journal I have used is the celestial themed bullet journal by Peter Pauper Press. I picked this one up at Walmart, but later found I could have saved some money if I’d bought it on Amazon.

The pens I am currently addicted to are Fine point Sharpie Art Pens. The case folds back and turns into a handy stand. I bought my pens about a year ago and I am just now having to start replacing the ones that have run out.

Bullet Journal Spread Ideas

There are a few spreads every bullet journal should have.

  • Index
  • Yearly Overview/Future Log
  • Monthly Calendar
  • Weekly Spread
  • Daily Schedule/Routine

Below are only a few bullet journal spread ideas. Ultimately, what pages you find useful depends on how you manage your time and what you find most important.

Health & Fitness Bullet Journal Spreads

Health and fitness trackers are helpful if you are trying to lose weight, maintain a self care routine, stabilize your moods, or (if like me) you just like keeping up with your Level 10 Life Goals.

  • Mood Tracker
  • Habit Tracker
  • Menstruation Cycle
  • Exercise Tracker
  • Weight Loss Plan/Tracker
  • Self Care Ideas
  • Sleep Tracker

Financial Bullet Journal Spreads

  • Bill Payments
  • Savings Goal/Tracker
  • Spending Log
  • Credit Tracker
  • Debt Management Tips

Goals Bullet Journal Spreads

  • New Year’s Resolutions
  • Small Goals
  • Affirmations
  • Bucket List
  • Movies I want to watch
  • Books I want to read
  • Level 10 Life

Food & Weekly Meal Planning Bullet Journal Spreads

  • Weekly Meal Plan
  • Grocery List
  • Recipes
  • Restaurants I Want To Visit
  • Restaurants I’ve Gone To

Spiritual Growth & Bible Study Spreads

  • Bible Reading Plan
  • Verses of Inspiration
  • Thoughts/Reflections
  • Dream Tracker
  • Gratitude Journal
  • Prayers
  • Meditation Log
  • Celestial Events

Bullet Journal Planner & Lists

  • Daily Routine
  • Cleaning Plan
  • Contact List
  • Password Trackers
  • Brain Dump “String of Consciousness”

Important Event Bullet Journal Planning Spreads

  • Memorable moments
  • Birthdays/Anniversaries
  • Gift Ideas
  • Date Night Ideas

Social Media Bullet Journal Spreads

  • Blog Posts Ideas
  • Blog Posts Schedule
  • Blog Traffic & Stats
  • Social Media Calendar
  • Twitter posts
  • FaceBook Groups

Other Bullet Journal Ideas To Consider

  • Doodles
  • PenTest Page
  • List of Frequented Websites/Blogs
  • Travel Log
  • Quotes Page
  • Washi Tape Page

Pinterest is also a great place to find more inspiration and page designs.

Where Did The Bullet Journal Method Come From?

The Bullet Journal Method was written by Ryder Carroll and published in October 2018. Since then, the bullet journaling method has moved into the spotlight! “Intentional living” is the main theme behind Ryder’s organizational method.

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