9 Inspirational Bullet Journal Page Ideas
Bullet journaling is the cult organisational system that has taken the creative world by storm – and it’s not hard to see why! Not only does bullet journaling enable you to get your plans, lists and targets on paper for a super-organised life, but it also allows you a fantastic outlet for your creativity! Looking for bullet journal inspiration? Check out our top bullet journal page ideas below, and discover all the gorgeous ways you can put pen to paper to create something as functional as it is beautiful!
Personalise Your Cover:
There are so many gorgeous bullet journal page ideas out there, that sometimes we can get so carried away, we forget about one of the most important pages at all… the front cover! If you are lucky enough to own a journal with a customisable cover, then unleash your creativity on it! They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover… but if your journal cover is covered in your own bespoke art, then it really is the perfect reflection of what’s inside!
Track Your Finances:
Whether you want to grow your rainy day fund, or you’re saving for a big holiday, a fabulous family Christmas or something else entirely, keeping yourself accountable with a financial tracker can be a great way to stay on track. You could include lots of mini targets, one big goal, inspirational quotes to keep you on track… so many options to help that bank balance grow!
Plan Your Year:
Bullet journals are not just doodle pads – they can totally replace your standard diary if you want them too! Make long-term plans for the year ahead, remember birthdays and anniversaries, and diarise holidays, by including a yearly calendar in your bullet journal.
Track Your Mood:
This is a great way to reflect back on the previous week or month, and see if there are any patterns to your general mood or sense of wellbeing as time passes. We all have off days, fantastic days and in-between days, but keeping track of those as and when we’re in them, can help us to spot and address anything in our lives that may be having a negative impact on our happiness.
Plan Your Meals:
There are so many benefits to planning the week ahead’s meals in advance, that we simply had to include these gorgeous meal planning pages in our bullet journal page ideas round-up! Say goodbye to wasting money at the supermarket or on needless last-minute take-aways – if you plan each day’s meals, you’ll buy only the ingredients you need – plus you’ll be fully prepared to eat well every day, without having to stare into the fridge for 10 minutes beforehand!
Who doesn’t love a good list? Whether it’s a list of jobs to be done, books you’d like to read, or craft projects you’d like to have a go at, writing your list down on paper can free up your mind, so you needn’t stress about remembering all the details!
Store Important Information:
Likewise for other important information – your bullet journal is such a flexible space that you can use it not only to make plans, but to keep note of details, facts and other important stuff you might need to reference at some point in the future.
Make Monthly Plans:
Creating monthly planners in a bullet journal is so much fun – you can give each month a colourscheme or a theme using washi tape, coloured pens, stickers and more, plus you can add eye-catching decorations to your written plans, so that looking back on them at the end of the month is just as much fun as planning ahead for them at the beginning!
Make Weekly Plans:
Of course, the same goes for weekly plans too – only now you have even more blank space for each day to play around with! If you could illustrate your plans for the day, what would you draw? The only limit is your imagination when it comes to this kind of journaling!
Want to know more about bullet journaling? Check out our comprehensive Beginner’s Guide to Bullet Journaling here, or get your hands on our FREE set of Printable Bullet Journal Pages right here!