Bullet Journal page ideas can sometimes be a tough nut to crack, especially when it comes to planning for the future. But don’t worry; we’ve got you covered with some stellar Bullet Journal future log ideas. This post is your treasure trove of inspiration, a place where creativity meets practicality.
The future log in your Bullet Journal is like your very own crystal ball. It’s a space where you jot down all the important events, goals, and dreams that are yet to come. And guess what? There’s no one-size-fits-all rule here! Your future log can be as straightforward or as intricate as you like.
So, sit back, grab your favorite pen, and let’s dive into this sea of possibilities together. Whether you’re an experienced Bullet Journal enthusiast or just starting on your journey, these future log ideas will surely spark your imagination and bring a dash of fun into your planning routine.
So, what exactly is a Future Log? Picture it as your personal time machine in your Bullet Journal. It’s a space where you jot down birthdays, anniversaries, or that summer vacation you look forward to, anything that’s happening in the distant future.
But here’s the beauty of it – there are no hard and fast rules on how to set it up! You could embrace minimalism with a simple list or get artsy with doodles and colors. Maybe you want to break it down month by month, or perhaps you prefer a more fluid layout. The possibilities are as boundless as your imagination.
In this post, we’re going to explore a medley of future log formats and styles. Whether you’re a fan of the classic calendar layout or you’re itching to try something a bit more avant-garde, there’s something here for everyone.
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Before we dive into inspirations, let’s talk about supplies since you’ll need some to set up a future log.
Here are some of my favorites:
- Sakura Pigna Micron – a good fineliner is the must-have for creating any of your Bullet Journal pages. This set comes with different pen nib sizes, so you get more variety.
- Tombow Fudenosuke – perfect brush pen to help you add beautiful brush lettering to your page, and it’s a perfect one for beginners as well.
- Crayola Super Tips – some fun markers to add color to your pages. These come in many colors and are pretty affordable. I also love using Zebra Mildliners for their beautiful, soft colors.
- Calendar Stamps – a lot of future logs have mini calendars, and to make it easier on you, it’s a great idea to use some calendar stamps. Plus, stamps are actually reusable.
- Calendar Stickers – these are probably my favorites for adding calendars to the future log pages. I think the stickers look extra cute and clean, and they come in many amazing styles.
Now that you’ve got all your supplies ready, let’s look at these pages and see what kind of future log you want to create.
Free Bullet Journal Printables
Of course, I can’t leave you without a freebie. Already in the Resources Vault you can find a calendex page to plan your upcoming year.
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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 you can find all the supplies you need in my post Supplies For Using Bullet Journal Printables.
Looking for more resources? I’ve got you covered. There are tons more posts on this blog to help you learn more.
Check out these posts next:
- Bullet Journal Future Log To Plan A Successful Year
- 5 Game-changing Bullet Journal Future Log Hacks
- 13 Bullet Journaling Ideas For Beginners
>>> What kind of future log do you have in your Bullet Journal? Let us know in the comments.
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