13 Bullet Journal Yearly Page Ideas

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There are many types of Bullet Journal page ideas that you use differently: yearly pages, monthly pages, weekly pages. Each of these have their own goals and benefits. In this post we’re covering yearly pages.

Every new year brings a fresh start, and there’s no better way to harness that energy than by setting up your Bullet Journal with pages designed to help you stay organized, motivated, and reflective throughout the year.

From tracking habits to setting goals, these Bullet Journal yearly page ideas will not only keep you on top of your game but also make the entire process enjoyable. So grab your favorite pen and let’s dive into some creative and practical pages that will make your journaling journey truly rewarding!

Most of the pages you use in your Bullet Journal are monthly or weekly, but there are actually plenty of yearly pages that can be just as beneficial!

Actually a lof of pages, like trackers, can be turned into a yearly page rather that monthly. And there are plenty of benefits to hacing a yearly page.

Yearly pages allow you to visualize your entire year at a glance, making it easier to plan ahead and maintain consistency. Plus, with a yearly pages you just need to create one for an entire year, rather than doing it over and over again each month or week.

The big drawback I see from using yearly pages, is that a few of them have information that might be changing as the year goes. You might start the year wanting to track your moods, but find in some tie that it’s not really your cup of tea.

Or you might create a goals page and in a few months realise that you actually have copletely different goals now.

It’s really up to you to decide whether you want t create your yearly pages or not. I always recommend you to try it out and see if it workd for you. Personally, I like having one big yearly page, even if a few months into the year I find that things changes and that page dosn’t reflect my reality anymore.

If you’re here, you’re probably ready to give yearly pages a try, so let’s get some ideas and see how they work for you.

And be sure to scroll until the end, because I have some FREE Bullet Journal printables that you can use right away and see if they work for you.

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Stationery Recommendations

Before we dive into the spreads, let’s talk about some supplies that you might need to create these oages.

Now I sat might need, becasue you really can create a spreadwith just one black pen. But really wound’t it be more fun to use more different stationery? I always fidn that just getting a new marker might inspire me to create a new design for my spreads.

So let’s stay motivated and let me share just a few of the pens I think you’ll love.

  • Fineliners. You’ll need those to draw all the lines and tables. Plus, if you want to decorate your tracker with doodles, these will be perfect as well. Currently, Sakura Pigma Micron are my favorite fineliners.
  • Colorful pens. If you want to add some color to your entries, a set of colorful pens could be your best tool. Lately, I’ve been loving Paper Mate Flair pens.
  • Brush pens. Small ones are great for creating beautiful headers or doing any type of drawing. I recommend using Tombow Fude Brush Pens.
  • Makers. You’ll need a good set of markers, and Zebra Mildliners are my favorites. But really, markers depend on what kind of color you like.

Ok, you’ve got all your supplies prepared, let’s look into the yearly pages you can try in your journal.

Bullet Journal Yearly Page Ideas

Like with everything, your yearly pages include ideas for productivity, self-care, organization, and fun.

As always, I recommend you think on what are something you need help with in the upcoming year and choose the pages accordingly. And if it's just some entertaining collections that help you have fun, this is fine as well!

After all, your Bullet Journal is not about getting organized; it's about you and what you want and need.

Free Bullet Journal Printables

Of course, I coudln’t leave you without a freebie, so be sure to check the Resources Vault for some FREE printable pages that you can start using in your Bullet Journal right away.

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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

Looking for more ideas and inspirations? I’ve got you covered! There are plenty of more ideas I’m sharing on this blog.

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>>> What yearly pages will you be adding to your Bullet Journal? Let us know in the comments!

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