Need inspiration? We’ve got you covered. Check out all of these unique bullet journal ideas that even a beginner can start using today. I wanted to share a round-up of some of my favourites by others!
Simple Doodle Banners & Headers
Found from: Productive and Pretty
There are many creative and artistic ways you can use and organize banners and headers in your bullet journals. Use these designs as titles, subtitles, page headers, dividers or even to highlight a note. The uses are essentially endless and they are really effective to your page design.
Title Ideas And Fonts
Found from: All About Planners
If you keep a bullet journal or just enjoy to decorate your planner, titles are one of the easiest ways to add extra interest to the page. Include patterns such as dots, stripes, chevron’s, etc to create eye-catching designs.
Colourful Header Frames
Make your header and banner ideas loaded with color, include many different fonts and don’t play by the rules! Create a Header page in your bullet journal for easy reference. Use faux calligraphy, banners, and boxes to duplicate these looks above.
Seasonal Bullet Journal Header Ideas
Found from: Sheena of the Journal
Why plan seasonally? Each season brings its own events and responsibilities, so keeping tracks of these activities is important to staying organized especially if you have young ones to look after. What’s on you and your families summer wish list? Sleepovers, waterpark, ice cream for dinner? Plan it all out in your journal! Have responsibilities, chores for your kids, or goals for the up coming new year? Plan it all out in your journal! Planning and tracking can bring a lot of self satisfaction, so give this a try!
Found from: The Petite Planner
Wreath Headers are a great way to spice up your bullet journals! Decorate your cover pages, Christmas cards, and wedding invitations with something that is uniquely yours. This tutorial will teach you how to draw a simple floral wreath that you can recreate with ease. Learn and found How to Draw a Simple Floral Wreath here.
The Future Log
Found from: tealnotes
Keep track of your goals and asprirations for the upcoming months and year with this Future Log Bullet Journal Design. For the Future Log, you can divide each page into three sections and label them each with the month. Then fill it in, its that simple!
The Monthly Calendar
Found from: tealnotes
Like The Future Log, this Monthly Calendar will have you set up on to creating your first month’s spread. There are lots of ways you can do this, the simple illustrated design above is an example. On the left side you can list all the days of that month to keep tasks in order, and on the right facing page you can create a list of all the tasks that need to get done for the month.
Books to read or movies to watch
Found from: Etsy
My favorite part of using the bullet journal system is keeping track of the little things… the goals that I have set for myself, places I would love to visit, my bucket list, even tracking movies that are coming out that I want to see and books that I should (or am dying) to read. I’ve actually found keeping track of movie trailers that aren’t out yet pretty helpful for family movie nights.
Found from: Page Flutter
I keep an active collection of quotes in my bullet journal, so I always have one on hand when one of my pages needs an attitude adjustment. You’d be surprised how quickly your day can turn around when you take the time to reflect on words of wisdom! Give this a try!
Weekly meal planner
Found from: Productive & Pretty
Meal preparation is basically planning, preparing, and packaging your meals and snacks in advance, typically for the upcoming week, doing so is a great way to maintain a healthy lifestyle and can help any loose a few pounds. Meal prepping as major benefits such as removing your unhealthy temptations, money saving, and lots more. Planning your grocery list is pretty helpful and efficient as well.
If you are one into goal-setting, habit tracking, stationery, journaling, scrapbooking, beautiful pens, really love planners, or who want to be more organized. Bullet Journaling is then for you! I hope you have been motivated and inspired by these design ideas. Give them a try!