27 Bullet Journal Monthly Log Inspirations

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Today we’re talking about one of the basic Bullet Journal page ideas – a monthly log.

Are you looking for creative and inspiring ways to design your monthly spreads in your Bullet Journal? If so, then this blog post is definitely for you!

I’ll show you all the different types of ideas out there so you can find something that speaks to your needs and your style.

Get ready to be inspired and start getting the most from your monthly spreads.

If you’re a beginner and just looking for some information on what is a monthly log and how to use it, this might not be the post for you.

Check the end of the post for more information on how to use a monthly log, but here I’ll be sharing inspirations of different monthly log pages.

Bullet Journal Monthly Log Inspirations

These are some creative takes on different formats of a monthly log, and I always recommend you to try out different things before you find out what works for you the best.

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Stationery Recommendations

Of course, tI have some stationery recommendations for you to help you set up your perfect Bullet Journal monthly spread:

  • Sakura Pigma Micron -you’ll need a good fineliner for all the Bullet Journal pages, and these are amazing and absolutely worth it.
  • Crayola Super Tip – something to add color to your pages; these markers are affordable and come in so many colors.
  • Helix Circle Maker – a great tool for creating circle elements in your journal, including a circle monthly log.
  • Bullet Journal Stencils – this set of stencils isn’t just high quality; it also allows you easily create tons of different spreads and elements in no time, including a monthly log.
  • Monthly Calendar Stencil – a unique stencil to help you easily create a calendar-type monthly log without spending all the time counting the dimensions.

More Resources

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

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