But I always believe when you start something new, it’s best to start it with something simple. And creating a simple savings tracker to start putting away a bit of money every month seems like an easy step to make.
So let’s dive in and see which format you will pick for that tracker.
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Supplies For Creating A Savings Tracker
Honestly, you don’t need that much to create a savings tracker. It all depends on how you want to make it look and how to decorate it.
So if you had to ask, I’d say you need:
A notebook, obviously your Bullet Journal. Even though it might be a fun idea to use a notepad and put your savings tracker in some visible place where you can see it every day.
A ruler, since you’ll probably need to draw some kind of a table.
Fineliners, which are the blood of your Bullet Journal, I think. I love these the most.
Markers, in case you like to add color. I’m obsessed with my Mildliners, but if you’re on the budget, these would be my close second.
Now you have all your supplies prepared, let’s get into it.
Savings Tracker Ideas
There are many creative and fun ways you can add a savings tracker to your Bullet Journal, and I gathered quite a few ideas here.
I'm sure you'll get inspired by these and will soon find yourself creating that perfect savings tracker in your Bullet Journal.