Bullet Journal for Travel: 3 Awesome Page Ideas
We all know that the ever-popular bullet journal is a fantastic way to organise your life, your work and your goals… but we’ve discovered something else it’s fantastic for: organising your travelling! For those of you who love to break away to sunnier (or snowier!) places when you get the chance, bullet journaling your travel plans is the perfect way to start! You can add the below ideas for bullet journal travel pages to your existing planner, or start a new dedicated bullet journal for travel… either way we think you’ll love the gorgeous page ideas below!
1: Making Plans:
We just love this gorgeous visual checklist! Complete with mini icons to represent some of the world’s must-see attractions, you can use this page as an aspirational tick-list for all your future holidays! Your travel checklist could include countries, cities, or even simply holiday concepts (like ‘beach holiday’ or ‘skiing holiday’) that feature in your future travel plans.
How about this more freestyle approach to a bullet journal travel page? You could scrapbook images from brochures, tickets from journeys or even photography you’ve snapped yourself. Beautiful background papers can make a simple written itinerary so much prettier to look back on!
We just love pockets in journals! Why? Because they are a fantastic way to store tickets, photos, and other travel memorabilia as you collect them, without having to commit to sticking them down! This means you can continue to add more to your page, as you collect more memories, without worrying about overloading a page layout!
2. Save, Save, Save!
We all know that holidays cost money… which is why a well-planned saving strategy is essential! Keeping track of your savings in your travel bullet journal not only allows you to see at a glance how much money you’ve managed to stash away for future adventures, but it is also incredibly motivating! Setting yourself a goal and writing it down makes you far more likely to achieve it, than if you don’t commit your target to paper.
3. Cherish the Memories:
Standard photo albums are a thing of the past – make looking back over times gone by even more enjoyable by creating a gorgeous spread in your journal for every adventure you go on!
Not only does this enable you to decorate your photographs by adding pretty frames and embellishments, but you can also jot down other notes beside your pictures, including dates, locations or even funny quotes you don’t want to forget!
Love this post? If you’re relatively new to bullet journaling and would like more info on how to get started, why not read our Beginner’s Guide right here? Or, for even more bullet journal page inspiration, you can download our free printable pages for your journal here!