Are you ready for some serious #inspiration? Take a look at these 34 Bullet Journal ideas and spreads you need to try.
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Future log spread ideas
A future log is often found at the front of your bullet journal. It is where you can record birthdays, upcoming events, and to-dos. Don’t bog this area down with details just specifics.
- Minimalistic Black And White Future Log.
2. Black and White Future Log with Borders.
3.Colourful future log with space for notes about event and to-dos.
4. Nature themed future log with gold touches. I love the little touches like the month written over the initial of the month.
5. Horizontal Future Log. Black fine tipped pen and highlighters.
6. Future Log – Another nature themed spread with more colours. Mostly browns, yellow and a light pink. This future log also has space for notes.
7. Future Log – This spread is set out like a brain map which is different compared to a vertical future log which I really like. It feels more creative.
8. Plant themed weekly spread. I like the idea of putting an inspirational quote on the side of your weekly logs to keep you inspired.
9.Minimalistic Weekly Spread. This one is a really easy to create at the start of every week.
10. I love this colorful weekly log with the rainbow to the side. This spread leaves plenty of room for you to add in the details of your week.
11. The details in this weekly log are beautiful. I love the pinks, blues and the dusk type theme. Can you see how you can easily create different sections within a weekly log?
12. This weekly log is pretty much a work of art, I love the use of pens and paints.
13. This flowery theme takes me straight to a pretty forest.
14. These Koy fish are lovely and I love the detail around the border of the days.
15. Our final weekly log has been made in a scrap book style. You could use stickers and cut out images from magazines.
Monthly spreads are different from future logs because you can put in more details. You could add in to-do’s, events, birthdays and any other celebrations. Adding in meetings that you might have would be good as-well.
16. Summer themed monthly spread.
17. The Luck of the Irish Monthly Log. This is a simple monthly log that mainly just has the dates.
18. Minimalist monthly logs with a to-do list on the bottom half of the page.
19. Scrapbook Monthly Log. This could take awhile to create but it is so worth it.
Essential Supplies for this spread:
- Wasabi Tape
- Fine Tipped Black Pen
- Scraps Of Paper
- Bullet Journal
20. You could use watercolours to re-create this monthly spread.
HABIT TRACKER SPREADS
Tracking habits is a great way to make sure you stay productive and create new healthy habits.
21. Vertical habit tracker.
22. Monthly view style habit tracker.
24. I made this habit and mood tracker for my travel themed Bullet Journal. Learn how to re-create this habit tracker here.
If you would like to take control of your finances, you need to create an expense tracker in your Bullet Journal. There are different ways of creating expense trackers so take a look through some of these that you could re-create in your own Bullet Journal.
25. This expense tracker is very comprehensive. I like the use of colour coding and the ability to track a variety of different expenses.
26. This is more of a ‘budget’ than an expense tracker. It allows you to plan where you will spend your money and what is coming out when.
27. This budget tracker is really easy to re-create in your bullet journal. You simply have to write the date you have spent something, what you bought and whether the money has gone in or out.
Learn how to create an expense tracker that will actually work here.
Sometimes you need a motivational hit! Affirmations page offer you #inspiration whenever you need it. You can create an affirmations page at the start of each month of just whenever you find something that resonates with you.
28. “Make sure every single decision you make today is in alignment with your goal.” – Jen Sincero
29. You could create a page with a collection of affirmations to look back on.
Keeping track of your period allows you to understand your body better.
30. You only need to set aside one page in your bullet journal to create this period tracker. It is a yearly tracker and is easy to maintain.
31. I made this monthly period tracker in my travel-themed Bullet Journal. This month’s theme was Paris and I focused on fashion. Learn how to create this Period Tracker here.
A cover page allows you to divide your Bullet Journal into sections like a new year, months or even just logs/trackers.
32. “Hello 2021” – A yearly cover page is a lovely way to start your Bullet Journal.
Plan and track what you eat in your Bullet Journal.
33. I created this meal tracker in my Bullet Journal. To make sure I am eating a variety of foods, I wanted to be able to look back on a month and look at my patterns of eating. Sometimes I add my snacks in the brunch section or my afternoon teas.
I love creating playlist spreads, podcast spreads, and song spreads. For me, it is more the creative side of creating these spreads.
34. This is my playlist spread for May. I have picked four playlists that I love and I made this page very colorful.
34 page spreads and ideas.
I hope these 34 different spreads and ideas have helped inspire you. From monthly spreads to playlist spreads, there is plenty of room for creativity within Bullet Journal. Tag us in anything you create on Instagram.