15 Bullet Journal Daily Log Examples

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Ever feel like you’re spinning in a whirlwind of Bullet Journal page ideas, unsure which one to tackle next? Let’s zero in on one of the key pages that could make a world of difference in your planning – the daily log.

The daily log is your trusty sidekick, always there to keep you productive and on track, amidst the chaos of daily life. It’s the place where you jot down tasks, events, and those little notes that might otherwise slip through the cracks. And guess what? It can be as simple or as creative as you’d like!

In this post, we’re going to explore a variety of Bullet Journal daily log examples that’ll inspire your next layout. From minimalist designs to artistic spreads, there’s something here for everyone. So, buckle up and get ready for a fun ride into the vibrant world of Bullet Journaling!

Incorporating a daily log into your Bullet Journal is basically giving yourself a daily high-five for being so incredibly organized. And let’s be real, who doesn’t love a good high-five?

Now, if you’re sitting there thinking, “But I’m as creative as a teaspoon,” fear not! This post is here to sprinkle some inspiration into your Bullet Journaling life.

We’re going to dive into the nitty-gritty of creating a daily log that looks great and keeps your life running smoother than a freshly oiled bicycle. And if you’re not sure what a daily log is, we’ll talk a bit about that as well!

Get ready to add a dash of excitement to your daily planning. And be sure to scroll until the end to get more inspiration and some free printables to help you start planning right away!

What Is A Daily Log And What To Include

There’s a lot of chat out there about planning your week down to the last detail, but let’s not overlook the humble yet mighty daily log. It’s like the weekly log’s cool cousin who likes to take life one day at a time.

While a weekly log is all about getting a bird’s-eye view of your week, the daily log is where you zoom in. While with a weekly log, you plan the entire week (or at least set up a page for planning the entire week), with a daily week, it’s all about here and now, meaning that you plan one day at a time.

An amazing thing about a daily log is that because it gives you so much space, it can be not just about crossing off tasks; it can be your personal cheerleader for habits, self-care, and all the jazz that makes life sparkle.

What you need to do is just think of something you need help with or something that can make your life better and include it in your daily log!

Just be sure not to overwhelm yourself. Too many different things can make planning a chore, and we don’t want that!

Here are just a few ideas on what you can add to your daily log:

  • Tasks
  • Events and Appointments
  • Reminders
  • Goals
  • Notes 
  • Time log
  • Time blocking
  • Tasks for tomorrow
  • Gratitude log
  • Affirmations
  • Daily mood
  • Water intake
  • Daily steps
  • Workout

The limit here is your imagination! But I’m sure these ideas gave you a little glance into what is possible so you can start thinking of what you’d love to add to your daily log.

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Stationery Recommendations

Before we dive into the daily lots, let’s talk about stationery, since there are so many to choose from and you don’t want to spend your hard-earned money on something you won’t like.

Of course, you can use anything you already have, but here are just a few of my favorite supplies:

  • Sakura Pigma Micron – of course, a good fineliner is a staple for creating every Bullet Journal spread.
  • Crayola Super Tips – I always recommend these pens for adding color; they are affordable and come in many beautiful colors.
  • Tombow Fude Brush Pens – these brush pens with smaller tip will be perfect for adding beautiful lettering headers to your daily log.
  • Journal Stencils – a great set of affordable stencils that has tons of little decorative and functional elements to help you with setting up your perfect daily log.

Now that you know what to add to your daily log and have the supplies ready let’s look at some daily logs to inspire you.

Bullet Journal Daily Log Examples

I hope you're excited to get started with your daily log planning! it has so many possibilities with the things you can add to it, but also it gives you a lot of space for creativity.

Here are a few ideas on how to create your own custom daily log that will work for you.

Free Printable Bullet Journal Daily Log

I already mentioned that there are tons of free printables for you, and they are already in the Resources Vault.

Among all the treasurers there, you’ll be able to find a printable daily log as well!

If you don’t have access yet, you can always sign up in the form below.

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 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 you can find all the supplies you need in my post Supplies For Using Bullet Journal Printables.

More Resources

Are you looking for more ideas and inspiration for your daily log pages? Or maybe you want to learn the best ways to make your daily log work for you.

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>>> How do you usually set up your daily log? And what do you include in it? Share with us in the comments!

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