17 Bullet Journal Goals Page Ideas

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So many Bullet Journal page ideas can be a game-changer in your personal growth journey, especially when it comes to setting goals.

Imagine having a dedicated Bullet Journal goals page filled with your dreams and aspirations, laid out beautifully and ready to inspire you every day. It sounds exciting, doesn’t it?

Well, you’re in luck because that’s exactly what we’re going to explore today. With creativity, practicality, and a dash of fun, we’re about to examine some fantastic inspirations to help you design your very own goals page in your Bullet Journal.

Before we plunge into the world of diverse goal pages and unique customization tricks, I have a couple of exciting tidbits for you.

First, did you know we have free printable goals pages up for grabs? That’s right! You can start planning your goals right away with these handy printables.

All you need to do is sign up at the end of this post, and voila! You’re all set.

At the end of this post, you’ll also find a treasure trove of resources aimed at helping you not only set your goals but absolutely crush them!

Setting Goals With Bullet Journal

Before we dive into goals pages, I wanted to mention a few different ways to set your goals.

I won’t go into too many details- that’s a separate post. But I know these pages are different, and seeing all types of goal-setting formats might be confusing.

So, in two words, here are a few of the most popular ways to set your goals, and you’ll see many of these methods in the pages below.

First off, let’s talk about the “Level 10 Life” method. Imagine your life is a game, and you’re striving to reach level 10 in every area. Intriguing, isn’t it? This method encourages you to evaluate different areas of your life — such as relationships, career, health, and personal growth — and rate them on a scale of 1 to 10.

The idea is to identify areas where you’re lower than average and try to level them up so all the areas are balanced on more or less the same score. and then start working to hit that perfect 10 score in each area. It’s like being in a constant state of leveling up. Now, who doesn’t love a good challenge?

Next up, we have SMART goals. No, I’m not talking about goals that are intelligent (although that wouldn’t hurt), but rather goals that are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-bound.

Instead of saying “I want to lose weight,” which is pretty vague, a SMART goal would be “I want to lose 10 pounds in two months by eating healthier and working out three times a week.” Now, that’s a goal with some serious oomph behind it!

The RPM method, or the Rapid Planning Method, is another game-changer. Created by Tony Robbins, this method emphasizes focusing on the results you want (Result), why you want them (Purpose), and how you’ll achieve them (Massive Action Plan). It’s all about creating a clear roadmap to your desired destination.

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Finally, let’s talk about Quarterly Goals. These are all about breaking down your big, audacious goals into smaller, more manageable chunks. Think of it as eating an elephant one bite at a time (not that I’m advocating for eating elephants; it’s just a metaphor!). By setting goals on a quarterly basis, you’re able to maintain focus, measure progress, and adjust your approach as needed.

These are just a few techniques that I found to be more popular, so maybe now that you’re looking at these pages, you have a better idea of how exactly they work.

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Stationery Recommendations

Of course, before we dive into the pages, we need to talk about stationery. There are too many brands and types of pens and markers out there, and I want you to not get lost and only buy things you’ll love using.

So here are some of my favorites, especially when it comes to using them for goal-setting pages.

  • A journal, of course. And it doesn’t have to be anything too extra; you can get any journal that fits our needs and your aesthetics. From my favorite Archer and Olive journal (which you can get 10% off with my code MASHA10) to something more affordable like the Lemome journal.
  • Fineliner. I think these are the blood of your Bullet Journal pages, helping you create any page you can imagine. They usually come in sets with different nib sizes, allowing for more line variety. My favorites are Sakura Pigma Micron.
  • Markers. I love making things more visual, especially goals pages, and adding color definitely helps. You can use anything you like, but my favorites are definitely Zebra Mildliners.
  • Stencils. Stencils are a great way to decorate your Bullet Journal or to just speed up the process of creating pages. For goal setting, I love this Level 10 Life stencil! But for more general planning, you should try these stencils from Amazon.

With stationery at the ready, let’s dive in and look at all the fun and creative ways you can include goal setting in your Bullet Journal.

Bullet Journal Goals Page Ideas

17 stunningly designed Bullet Journal goals pages, each reflecting a unique goal-setting method, each crafted with a different style and decorated in a way that screams 'creativity at its best'.

Well, prepare to be inspired!

This curated list is like a buffet of ideas, ready to ignite your imagination and help you create a goals page that's not only visually compelling but also incredibly effective in propelling you towards your dreams.

Free Bullet Journal Printables

Of course, I wouldn’t leave you without a freebie. Goal setting is a hard thing to do, so I’d like to make it easier on you.

Already in the Resources Vault, you can find a set of goal-setting pages that you can use right away to start planning and crushing your goals.

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

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