15 About Me Bullet Journal Page Ideas
There are many Bullet Journal page ideas, and today I wanted to share with you an “about me” page.
If you haven’t had the chance yet, creating a ‘About Me’ page in your journal is a great way to both reflect on and express who you are.
I’ve got 15 about me Bullet Journal page inspirations for you so that you can get creative with your identity!
Whether you like to be colorful and doodlym or looking for some ways to go minimalist with this Bullet Journal page, I’m sur you’ll find here soemthing that would inspire you.
In this post I gathered different isnpirations on how to set up an About Me page in your Bullet Journal.
If you’re looking for more step by step instructions and ideas on what to include in your page, just check the resources at the end of the post.
And be sure to scroll until the end to get your free printable as well.
About Me Bullet Journal Page Ideas
I really love creating an about me page in my journal; that's why a lot of the ones you'll see below are actually mine.
I find that when you sit down to do one, it really helps to get kind of the feel on why exactly you want to create it. Is it something just for fun, or you maybe do a yearly checkup on yourself?
Either way, here are some ideas on how you can design your spread.
2019 About Me Page
One of my first about me pages, and as you can see, I've always loved to kind of divide things into categories. I'm also not much of a speller, I know llamas are with two l in English, but my mind was wondering.
Illustrator About Me Page
Of course, somebody who is an illustrator will have that much fun with this page idea and create a cartoon version of themselves. I love it!
Icy's About Me Page
I love this cute and colorful page and how she chose to use two pages to add all the information.
Colorful About Me Page
I love the colors on this page, Crayolas really are so pretty! I actually just got a 100-pack myself and can't wait to start using them.
But back to the page - it looks great, and I love that she added a section for her favorite drink. Such a cute and fun little detail.
You can definitely make your about me page more practical, like this one in my square journal, where I mostly used an about me page to see where I am in life rather than general information.
About Me Bullet Journal Layout
Another fun about me page, and I love that this one is full of stickers and washi tape/. This is a great example that if you don't doodle, it doesn't mean it can't be a fun, colorful, and creative page.
10 Facts About Me
Another idea on how to create an about me page is to create a page with a few random facts. It's a lot of fun, and I loved doing all the doodling on this spread.
Yellow About Me Page
Barbara has a very unique style, and you can see it on all her pages, including this one.
I love that she added a little quote to kind of symbolize what she stands for.
Blackout Book About Me Page
Here is a fun example of creating an about me page in a blackout journal. Looks amazing and all you need is just one white pen.
Original About Me Page
As far as I could figure out, this was the first about me page out there and I love how she combined the creative elements and all the information. Enough space to write all the things but still looks super fun and creative.
This is the first one I've created, and it's really fun looking back at it now. It's really fun to look back and see how much things have changed,
Black And White About Me Page
I love that this one includes favorite clothes and a general look. It's always fun to put some kind of a face behind the creator.
Now that I read that she has a few tattoos, I just need to know what they are! I have a lot myself, actually, and I'm always interested to see what other people get and what it means to them.
Sometimes you might want to just have fun with your about me page, as I did here. Just take stickers, washi tape, and any pictures you have and have fun with it.
Things About Me
I love this approach to an "About Me" page - just 20 facts about me. I also like the cute doodles around each fact, especially the sweet pup!
Two Page About Me Spread
Finally, here is a beautiful two-page about me spread. I love the lettering on the "about me" section and the beautiful colors on the other side. Very aesthetic look!
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Of course, you can use any stationery you already have. But I also always love to add some of my favorites.
So here they are:
- Sakura Pigma Micron – a good set of fineliners is a must-have in creating any Bullet Journal page.
- Zebra Mildliners – these are my favorite pens for adding color to my pages.
- Crayola Super Tips – amazing pens; they come in so many colors and are pretty affordable. I especially love that they can also be used for brush lettering.
- HP Sprocket – if you want to add some photos to your “about me” page, this is the printer to go. It doesn’t need any ink, and the printer paper is actually already a sticker.
Free Bullet Journal Printables
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It will help you to easily try it out and see if it’s something you like using.
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If you’ve never used printables before, be sure to check my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal.
It’s pretty basic, and all you need is a printer, a good-quality paper, and, of course, a paper cutter.
If you’re looking for some more inspirations and fun ideas on what to do with your Bulelt Journal, I’ve got you covered.
Check out the posts next:
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