Do you often look through your journal and find that there are quite a few blank pages in absolutely random places? I definitely do, and sometimes I can’t even remember what I had planned for those.
This can be upsetting and kind of a waste of your journal pages. So here are a few Bullet Journal page ideas you can use to turn those blank pages into something fun, creative, and useful.
There are many reasons why you might end up having an empty page in your journal, and it’s important to understand that life happens. Be forgiving of yourself for not having the perfect journal with every page filled out with aesthetic handwriting.
Maybe you were planning to have a weekly spread there but got distracted by things and didn’t plan that week at all. Maybe you left some space to plan the work project, but it got canceled. Or maybe you just made a mistake and flipped through an empty page when setting up your next month (if it sounds like me, it’s because it did happen to me).
Whatever your reasons, having a blank page in your Bullet Journal is normal, and if it’s something you want to fix – here are some fun and creative way to fill out your blank pages.
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Bullet Journal Blank Page Ideas
One of the things I love the most about Bullet Journaling is how versatile it is and how many opportunities it provides you with.
I’m listing here some ideas, but I’m quite sure it’s possible to think of 300+ other page ideas that would work just as well.
So here are some page ideas I came up with and actually enjoy adding myself.
Pen swatches are very useful pages because they allow you to figure out if your journal fits these pens, see how the colors look on this particular paper, and, of course, create a reference for your stationery collection.
It's a great page idea, but it can also be a good idea for a blank notebook, which is what I'm doing with my own pen test pages.
Learning how to doodle is all about practice, so why not use your Bullet Journal blank page as a place to practice doodling? If you make some themed doodles, they can also be an inspiration for your next Bullet Journal theme.
It can be a bit difficult to get started on that, though, so I recommend you find a doodling challenge and do that, like the one we have on Patreon.
Memory keeping is a wonderful technique to ensure you always remember all the good moments of your life. For me, these pages are kind of like photo albums for my nana. So I'm always up for creating some!
And it doesn't have to be connected to the planning pages around it. If you find yourself having an empty page, maybe just create a collage with the best memories ou had with your friends.
To learn more about memory keeping, you'll have to click "read more" and check my post on the topic.
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Which one of these ideas did you like? What are you planning to try?
Let us know in the comments!
I hope this list was helpful; if you find it so, please share!
And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob.
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