Bullet Journal Brain Dump Page Inspirations

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A brain dump is one of the best Bullet Journal page ideas to help you manage your brain and feel less overwhelmed.

This post will help you find a fun way to create a brain dump in your Bullet Journal to make it not just useful but also cute and creative.

Do you ever feel like your thoughts are all over the place, and you can’t seem to keep up with them? Are there times when your ideas look scrambled even on paper, no matter how much effort or time you spend trying to organize them?

If this sounds familiar, then a Bullet Journal brain dump might be the perfect solution for finding calm in the chaos of the everyday grind!

We won’t be talking about how to use a brain dump in this post, though. You can find a very detailed blog post with all that information at the end.

Here I want to share with you some inspirations on how to creatively include a brain dump spread in your BuJo.

Oh, and there is a free printable as well, so be sure to scroll until the end.

Brain Dump Bullet Journal Page Ideas

Of course, for Bullet Journal fans like us, I had to compile a list with inspirations on how to create a brain dump page.

It doesn’t have to be a long page to create or a very artistic one, but I thought we could all use different takes in case you want to make it a bit special.

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Supplies For Creating A Brain Dump

You don’t need much to create a brain dump, because it’s mostly a huge list of tasks. You probably just need a good pen; my favorite writing pens are Pilot G2 or Muji Ballpoint Pen.

If you feel like being a bit more creative and doing a brighter title, try my favorite highlighters or Stabilo colored pens.

So yeah, anything you already have in your collection would work well.

More Resources

If you’re looking for some more ways to get more organized and manage your time. I’ve got you covered.

Here are a few more posts on that topic:

And if you generally look for some page ideas, be it for your mind or for any other area of your life, check my post 300+ Bullet Journal Page Ideas.

Free Printables

There are, of course, some free printables already in the Resources Vault. For this post, this is a set of two different brain dump spreads.

How To Brain Dump For Calmer and More Productive Brain | Masha Plans

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Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, stickers, and worksheets to use right away.

If this is your first time using printables, check out my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal. And all you need is a printer, a good-quality paper, and, of course, a paper cutter.

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And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob!

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