Bullet Journal Savings Tracker Ideas
Trackers are some of the most helpful Bullet Journal pages, and in this post, we’ll talk about some that can help you with finances.
No matter how you look at it, money gives us a lot of options, choices, and, of course, peace of mind. So having a savings account is kind of a big deal. And these trackers will help you to get there.
When we talk about managing your finances, there are so many things to consider and so many pages to create.
You can check my post on Bullet Journal Page Ideas To Manage Your Finances for some more inspiration.
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.
I love so much this idea of turning a savings tracker into a monopoly game. And the rolling the dice part makes it feel more like a game than a hard choice.
I'm also so in love with the aesthetic handwriting here.
Photography Themed Savings Tracker
This is a very simple design, but it looks so cute. The only thing I would've done is probably use brighter colors. I love mildliners, but it's all yellow, red, and green for me.
Mason Jar Tracker
This is a classic idea, but it's classic for a reason - because it's a great idea, and it works well.
I love that the coins are empty, so you can actually add any value you want to them the moment you put some money away.
Space Savings Tracker
Beautiful savings tracker, and I love how many different designs there are for all the planets.
If this is a theme that's clicking with you, be sure to check my post with Space And Galaxy Bullet Journal Theme Inspirations.
I think this page has a very aesthetic look with the kraft paper and the washi tape. And it's a fun idea to turn savings into a quest to color the puzzle.
I love that this is a pretty simple idea, and yet it's so powerful. It really will help you to achieve your savings goals if you have a clear idea of what you'll be saving the money for.
Boba Tea Savings Tracker
This is such a clever idea; I love the thematic trackers. You could also use differently-sized tapioca to represent the different amounts you're putting there.
If you're also a huge fan of boba tea, be sure to check my post Bubble Tea Bullet Journal Theme Inspirations.
Bee Savings Tracker
This looks beautiful, and yet it's so fast and easy to create. All you need is just to draw a lot of hexagon shapes, and it can be easier achieved if you use this ruler.
I love this idea of adding stickers to the jar as symbols for different amounts of money saved. It looks amazing, and it's a fun way to finally put to use those stickers you're saving up.
Savings Tracker Route
It is a very simple format to create but very effective. It's kind of like going through the labyrinth. I would love to see it filled out, if the creator will use bright colors or some patterns.
Pot Of Gold Savings Tracker
What clever ideas for a savings tracker! And I love that it's divided by months and by weeks, so each week you know how much you have to save.
Will you create a savings tracker in your Bullet Journal?
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