With so many choices and options, it can be hard to know where to begin. Lucky for you, I’m here to help! I love nothing more than brainstorming page ideas for my Bullet Journal — believe me when I say that no matter what your skill level is, there are plenty of great themes and layouts that you can work with.
In this blog post, I will share a few of my favorite Bullet Journal page ideas specifically designed with beginners in mind.
If you’re looking for the basic pages to get started, you won’t find them here. As a beginner, I assume you already have all the basics, like a key and future log and such.
In this blog post, I gathered some different pages you should try.
Be sure to scroll until the end to get more resources and page ideas (including the basic ones in case you need them), as well as snag 100+ FREE Bullet Journal printables.
Let’s dive in!
Bullet Journal Ideas For Beginners
A Bullet Journal can be a life-changing tool if you know how to use it correctly, but starting from scratch can feel overwhelming.
I've created a list of easy bullet journal page ideas for beginners that will help you get started on your BuJo journey.
Incorporating a gratitude log into your Bullet Journal is the perfect way to develop an appreciation for all that you have in life.
Beyond just jotting down people and experiences for which you are grateful—you could also include sketches of nature, a line from an inspiring book you read that day or any other visual reminders of what makes your life special.
A regular gratitude log is not only a soothing reminder to slow down each day but will also help fill up your journal quickly with joyous memories and sunny thoughts!
If you're an avid reader, then chances are that you've struggled to keep track of what books you've read and when.
With the Bullet Journal book tracker, this can finally be a thing of the past!
The book tracker allows you to stay organized and keep track of all the books you've read, as well as see your progress over time. Keeping an eye on how slowly or quickly you devour your books will help bring focus and motivation to your reading goals.
A Year In Pixels is a creative and visually pleasing way to track your moods throughout the year. On each day, color in a square that corresponds with the emotion that you felt the strongest during that period. It may be calm or anxious, content or sad; it's all up to you!
Year In Pixels is a great tool for self-reflection and understanding how our feelings can change over time. Plus, it looks totally great, and you can actually use it for tracking anything else you want to.
All it takes is some basic planning (and maybe a cup of coffee) to get your creative juices flowing. There's something special about pouring out your thoughts on paper and seeing your ideas come to life.
Plus, beyond being therapeutic, it's also an effective productivity tool that helps you stay organized and achieve personal goals.
All you need to do is to sit and write down everything on your mind and offload your brain. And once it's all there, you'll feel relieved, but also it will be easier to manage and schedule all the things.
Self-care is an important practice for keeping yourself healthy and happy. A great way of tracking your self-care progress is by creating a self-care Bullet Journal page!
It’s fun and simple – start by jotting down some ideas of something you can do for yourself. This could include anything from drinking more water, taking time for yourself each day to do an activity you enjoy, or finding something to make you smile.
Use this page as a reference for the next time you find yourself needing to do some self-care activities.