A bullet journal was designed to help with organization and provide a place to keep responsibilities all in one place. They are made with your own personal needs in mind and personalized in a way that works with your lifestyle. Unfortunately, setting up and creating a journal can take time, and is not always considered the best use of time for those who lead a busy life.
Luckily, there are many cute journal page ideas and bullet journal printables to help you set up your own book with minimal fuss. This article highlights multiple quick print pages you can use, as well as ideas to help your book become exactly what you need it to be.
Table of Contents
If you love to read, have emerging readers, or want to keep track of lists for your children, book logs are a great way to have ideas down on paper at the ready. You also can check off reading times to help meet reading goals and refocus yourself (or children) away from electronics.
Make Your Own Bookshelf
Create a cute book shelf of the books you would like to read, or even on blank spines to fill in as you conquer the reading goals you have! This is a fun and creative way to remember and reflect on your own literary accomplishments.BUY ONE HERE
Make a list of books for the readers in your household, and start checking them off! This is also a way to set reading goals, hours, words, vocabulary, or anything else to inspire a visual checklist for children.
Bujo Journal Kits
No time to come up with your own collections or put a bullet journal together on your own? These download ideas are a great way to help organize your own book and provides templates, sheets, and even free materials for you to take advantage of. They are a great way to decorate those blank pages!
All You Need
Everything you need from calendar dates to fonts and other collection ideas are included in many online BUJO kits. Take a look at what each has to offer and pick and choose to create your own theme.BUY ONE HERE
Keeping Track of Time
Keep track of dates and other responsibilities with these fun and easy calendar kits. They provide fun fonts you can copy or even print out for use. This saves you time from having to make your own!BUY ONE HERE
Easy, downloadable png files and other online resources are a great way to get ideas and help fill your journal with easy to follow trackers, calendars and other ideas responsible adults may be in need of.
Dot and Grid Printables
Having your own dot and grid pages to play with allows you a reference point for your own designs and style of organization. Although many journals now come in this format, not all do, and it can be handy.
A Week at a Glance
Keep your weeks in order with a quick template that provides the space you need for a quick glance. Lists, upcoming events, due dates, or anything else you need to keep track of can be customized quickly with these printouts.
Have a busy weekly schedule? Are you a student that needs to keep track of classes and the required work? Weekly logs are great ways to help organize and stay on top of what responsibilities you have. They are even better when you can quickly print them out and go!
Keeping Track of the Week
Looking for a way to quickly glance at your week and still have room for creative touches? This notebook style page helps layout your week and provides space for listing events and other events.
Days of the Week
Break your week into more detailed pages that help you layout and highlight the events of each day. If you are a student or run a business this is a great way to keep your responsibilities in check.
A Week on One Page
Organized and simple, this template is perfect for keeping your week together at a glance. Straight lines and simple margins also mean you can be a bit creative with it if you want to!
If you don’t like the confines of boxes, use an open concept design that allows you whatever flexible space you need to help you stay on top of your weekly events.
Decorated and Designed
This is a more traditional calendar page that sticks to thematic ideas and provides a whimsical touch. If you like to have color and stickers and decorations throughout your book, look for pages such as this.
Simplified and spacious, this type of form is perfect for making lists of events and needs. Take control of your responsibilities all in one place with a page like this.
If you are trying to create a new habit or are simply looking to track a current habit to either create a better one or find a pattern to behaviors, a template to help you is a wonderful idea. These ideas can be used on their own or in a BUJO to keep track of all your observations.
Multiple Ways to Track
Keep track of multiple habits and/or goals with forms that provide plenty of spaces. These are also good for competition between multiple people to help motivate and provide guidance.
Reminders of Your Goals
Need to keep track of what to do and when? Or want space to jot down what you are observing? These pages provide the space you may need for your own personal notes.
Track Your Way to Success
Catch when information you need at a glance with a template that allows you to graph your own way towards a goal. These also make it easy to date so you know when various habits occurred.
With all the amazing movie franchises currently playing, you may be struggling to stay on top of them all. Create a collection of current movies you want to watch, movies you love, or movies you have seen as a quick reference guide when movie night rolls around.
What a fun and whimsical way to keep track of movies you have seen, or would like to see. Strips of film reel whirl across the page to provide you a decorative backdrop to your journaling.
Looking for ways to add a creative touch to your pages but struggle with your own creative abilities? These many illustrations, sketches, and elements are a great way to be inspired and bring forth your hidden talents. Sometimes all you need is a little nudge!
Not a fan of stickers but not particularly creative? Take a look at these cute, fun quotes and colorful sketches you can print out on your pages or even trace!
Beautiful lettering is a challenge for many, but when you have a template to follow you can decorate your pages with titles and sayings in flowing script. These options are great for calendars and labeling collections.BUY ONE HERE
Color Your Own
Don’t want any pre-colored options? These black and white sketches provide you the options to fill in later as you work through your bullet journal or want some calming coloring time.
Year In a Pixel
Creating your own designs, but in need of a basic template to help guide you? These pixel guides are a simple and easy way to provide ideas and tips to design your own pages. These are a great way to help you get organized and on track to a great year.
These basic pixelated pages provide you an awesome tem[plate for the majority of what you may decide to put in your BUJO. Take the guesswork out of the picture and use prefabricated ideas.
Have a hard time keeping track of birthdays? When you have a collection devoted to birthdays you can not only know when they occur, you can write down what they want, what you bought, or what you plan on buying to help stay on top of it all!
Month by Month
A month by month page to provide you the ability to quickly glance at and see who has an upcoming birthday is a handy tool to have around. No longer do you have to worry about forgetting a date, and a quick glance provides you the amount of gifts and cards you may need when out bargain shopping!
Keep all your dates, names, and gift giving ideas all in one place. These pages are specific to a month and allow you to plan everything you need in advance so you are organized.
The best goals are met when they are visually tracked so you can see your successes and setbacks. If you are struggling to determine how this should look, get a few ideas from some prefabricated templates to help you get started.
Weekly Goal Setting
Set your weekly goals at a glance with a weekly planner. If you have specific exercise, diet, or habit goals to keep track of or write about, this provides the space you need.BUY ONE HERE
Yearly Goal Setting
Want to see where you would like to be at certain points in the year concerning your goals? Use a yearly snapshot to help keep you on track and reflect on what needs you have to get you where you want to be.
Make Things Happen
Simple and fun, remind yourself to keep making things happen with this cute printout. You can create something similar as well with your own quotes to help keep you focused.
A Guide for Goals
Struggling with setting goals? This guide helps you create your own way to stay on top of your goals and helps influence your mindset to be the best you can be.
Hydration is crucial to a healthy, working body; but sometimes it is hard to get the required amount suggested for daily intake. Again, just like other goals, a visual reminder can help keep you motivated and allow you the chance to see exactly what habits you have, good or bad, in relation to your water intake.
Water per Day
Keep track of each 8 ounce glass of water you drink a day can help you fill up this card quickly. Getting enough water to drink is important to body function, and sometimes when you make it a game, it can be easier to accomplish!
Track your hydration for an event, as a challenge, for health, and as a fun way to stay on top of how much you should be drinking. No need to make your own chart when you can print a detailed one off here.
Keeping track of our day to day moods can provide quite a bit of insight to our own personal health. It also is a great way to stay on top of developing young minds, and allow for the acknowledgement of mood changes and habits pertaining to the events in their lives.
Color Coded Mood Tracking
Keep a color coded mood tracker for day to day or month to month insight. With this template you can literally ‘flag’ issues to help you explore your own changes and become aware of your recognition of it all.
Need a monthly tracker that combines color coding with dates? This is a great option that even works well for children who are learning to help control their own emotions.
Imagery and Your Moods
For both kids and adults alike, make a face for the mood you are experiencing and have some fun in the processes. These little guys are all you need to bring a smile to your face when reflecting on your current mood.
Covers and Titles
Get some stellar ideas for your cover, title, and collection pages. Whether you prefer to keep it plain and simple, or are looking for decorative florals, you need to own your own theme and creative voice.
Divide your collections with title pages so you can more easily find what you are looking for while on the run. These dividers are the perfect option for those who need to separate their pages.
Here’s Looking At You
Create a fun surprise from one collection to the next with these happy animal faces. These are a great way to bring a smile to your face when taking advantage of the organization your BUJO provides.
Have fun with various fonts and colorful options when labeling your collections and other sections of your journal. These ideas are a great option and easy to print out.
Keeping track of your yearly dates, vacations, and overall responsibilities from season to season could never be easier when you keep it all organized in a bullet journal. These blank calendar ideas are easy to print and most are completely free. Plus, they offer awesome choices and provide everything from sticker and stencil ideas to pages you can add to an existing book.
At a Glance
Have a quick, year long overview with this colorful, yet simple layout. This provides a whole year at a glance and makes the perfect collection separator, or title page to your more detailed monthly and weekly needs.
This kit provides all you need to organize your yearly, monthly, and daily needs. Use it for ideas, organization, or simple needs. It works well for providing font ideas and decorative needs.
Simple Black and White
Just want the most basic of yearly glances? This black and white option keeps things in focus without any frills or extras. But it also allows you the option to make it as colorful as you want!
Room for Notes
If you are a note taker or list maker this is the perfect choice for you. Keep track of your yearly goals by month, jot down favorite musings, or simply make a basic shopping list you can quickly refer to.
Keep track of your monthly responsibilities at just a glance with these easy downloads. Most people prefer to have a monthly planner on hand at any given time to allow them an easy way to view what is coming up, or even check on past dates.
Who doesn’t want a fun flamingo designed border? Cheer up each month with a new idea and keep a running tab on various themes to bring a smile to your face each time you turn the page.
Love everything fashion and girly? Use a make-up theme for one month, fashion sense for another, and come up with what works for you seasonally and have something to look forward to.
Chore charts, chore trackers, or any other way to keep you or your children’s responsibilities in check is a great way to set goals, create habits, and stay on top of what needs to be done. These examples are great ways to have a quick and easy printout for a variety of uses.
Want a complete overview of regular chores by day, week, month, and year? This is a great idea to help keep this all in order and help provide a visual checklist of what needs to be done.GET ONE HERE
Create a list of what chore goals you need to take care of and place when next to them. This is a great way to have a full, running list of things you want to have taken care of and then you can add when to get it done as you go along.
Struggling to add lettering to your book because you lack the patience or skill? You don’t have to settle for mediocre when there are so many resources available to help guide you in creating what you want. Stencils, traceables, and printables make it easy to make your journaling exactly as you want it.
Hand letter your own collection titles pages with this guide that allows you to print or trace elegant lines for a more interesting look. These types of resources allow you to discover your latent creativity!
Tracking finances for monthly budgets, savings, or paying off loans and other items is a responsibility few enjoy, but must be done. Make this task a simpler one by keeping a collection of easy to track goals and charts of money coming in and money going out with these ideas.
Keep track of your budget with a month by month planner that allows you to visualize exactly what is going in and heading out for expenses. After a few months of this you can spot spending habits or ways to save!
Wanting to put some extra money aside for a special event, vacation, or to get unexpected bills paid? Track your savings goals with a fun, and colorful graphics to help you get there even faster.
Hopefully, these many ideas and printables result in effective and cute journal pages for you to be inspired by. You don’t have to pour hours into creating your own BUJO collections when there are so many available graphics and techniques to save you time.
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