Hey Planning Mashers!
Can I have a yay for all the coffee addicts out there? Well, this post is for you! I love the idea of bringing the things you love to your Bullet Journal, so why not do the same with coffee?
In this post, you’ll find tons of Coffee Bullet Journal theme inspirations, as well as my own take on a coffee theme. Let’s dive in!
If you’re looking for inspiration to create Coffee themed Bullet Journal spreads, you’re in the right place!
I can’t wait to share with you my coffee-themed Bullet Journal setup (including a Plan With Me video at the end of the post), as well as spreads from other artists.
There are also some free printables, so be sure to scroll until the end of the post.
Coffee is a fun theme that can get so very creative! So no more intro, let’s dive in and see how everyone created their own take on this theme.
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November Plan With Me: Coffee Bullet Journal Theme
As November is rolling in and it’s still cold in La Paz (even though it’s supposed to be Springtime! Crazy south hemisphere!), so hot drinks are all the fuzz for me right now! Well, that and dreaming of a cozy time under a blanket.
So when you guys started offering coffee as a theme for my November Bullet Journal setup I knew THAT was the one! Thankfully you seem to totally agree with me.
For my theme, I decided to create a few differentiating trademarks if you will. First of all, as you’ll notice I have a little quote on each page. I really enjoyed creating different fun coffee quotes and they also help me to fill out any extra space I have on the page.
The second thing I did on every page is doodle a different kind of coffee. It’s not much, it’s basically just different coffee cups and little banners with different coffee names. But I recently found a table with different coffee types, and I wanted to add a few I liked specifically.
My cover page actually looks a lot like my book tracker, but for me, coffee and books are so connected that I couldn’t imagine anything else being on my cover.
I decided to try something a bit different for my monthly page.
Since I had space and I usually don’t have that many appointments, I decided to combine my monthly log with my goals page.
For a monthly log, I created a calendar and left the space under it to write down any dates and deadlines. At the same time, I like to see them clearly on my calendar itself, so I created a color code and will be marking event days inside the calendar.
For the goals, I went with the same idea I used for my goals Page in 31 Days of Bullet Journal Page Ideas video series. I have 3 columns where I’ll write the goal, why I want it and how I’m planning to close it by the end of the month.
Maybe for goals, I needed more space, but I’m trying to set very few but very direct goals, so hope this space is enough.
As I always do, I find myself going back to this format of a habit tracker.
There is just something very convenient in having little calendars for every habit separately.
I think by now I can say that we are settled, and I’m ready to start spending more time working on myself. Therefore this month there are more habits, and I intend to be more serious and mindful of them.
This spread is also when the unthinkable happened – I spilled some soup on it. Don’t even ask, it just happened, and it was a tragedy.
But it all came out alright in the end. Check out my Plan With Me video to see how I minimized the damage.
Of course, no month in my BuJo ever goes without a gratitude log.
If you aren’t really sure what’s a gratitude log and why you need it check my post Gratitude Log For Happiness In Your Life.
I tried many formats, but I still find that writing your gratitude out in words is the most effective way.
Putting words on paper have some special power and it really brings more significance to the things you’re grateful for. At least, that’s how it makes me feel.
The final spread for my November is a time log.
A time log is a way for you to track what you’re spending your time on. The idea is that every hour you mark in this table.
To learn more check my post How To Use Time Log To Be More Productive.
This is a fantastic tool to get yourself in check and actually figure out how productive you are. I did this experiment on one of my weekly spreads, and I’m pretty embarrassed about how I actually spend time.
It’s an extra awesome tool for everyone who is working from home or studying. It’s so easy to lose sign of things and get distracted without even noticing it.
Now that I’m writing this, I realize that there probably should be one more spread in my setup – a monthly to-do list and monthly review. So I’ll take a break now and finish the setup!
Monthly To Do
I usually do my monthly to-do list next to my monthly log, so this might be why I forgot it this time.
As always, this is a big empty spread, which I will be filling out with a huge to-do list.
This time I chose a quote that isn’t just about coffee but hopefully will also motivate me to ace the list!
This actually is a spread I usually do at the end of the month, but since I have space here, I thought I might as well fit it here.
Especially because by the end of the month I get too busy with the new monthly setup.
As I did in September, the top part is for the monthly recap and the bottom is all Masha Plans related since it’s some of the most important goals for me at the moment.
Before we jump into inspirations from other creators, here are the weekly spreads I used that month.
In this setup, I really went for that white-on-black effect.
This is also a great way to fix any of your mistakes.
One page weekly is a fun way to keep planning when you don’t need that much space. One-page weekly spreads actually became my go-to once I moved to my square notebook.
That’s about it for my setup; now let’s dive in and see some other beautiful coffee Bullet Journal theme spread ideas. And don’t forget to check out my Plan With Me video at the end of the post!
Oh, and I also did a coffee theme in my 2021 square journal, so be sure to check my post September Plan With Me.
Coffee Bullet Journal Inspirations
Time to see how others tackled this theme in their Bullet Journals.
It seems like it’s a very basic theme, but I bet you’d be surprised by the creativity of these pages.
Coffee Themed Bullet Journal Cover Pages
We’re starting from some cover pages since they are the ones that help to set the entire mood for the theme.
For me always just looking at a cover page can give me ideas on how to create it in my journal.
Such a classic idea to decorate your cover page with the coffee stains. I really wonder how the creator made them look so perfect.
I’m also loving the contrast with the thick black title.
Very easy coffee cup doodle, but how neat and pretty it looks.
For more be sure to check my post How To Doodle Coffee: Step By Step Tutorials.
I love those cappuccino coffee decorations, and you can go very creative with those.
The title here is also so beautiful!
A coffee grinder can be just as good on a thing to doodle on your cover page, and those vintage ones are so beautiful!
I’m also loving the idea of a monthly log right next to your cover page.
Such a fun idea to combine a cover page with a monthly log.
Coffee is also a good theme to play with different shades of brown, so I’d definitely recommend trying out Crayola Super Tips which have all the colors possible.
Coffee and flowers – yes, please! Flowers are a wonderful way to decorate any of your Bullet Journal pages.
You can check my post How To Doodle Beautiful Flowers In Your Journal for some tips and tutorials.
Ok, this quote is the funniest, and I’m definitely going to include it in my next setup.
Somehow I drink water from tiny cups but please do give me basically a bucket for coffee.
Some more cappuccino art. Always a great choice!
I love that the name of the month is also made into a coffee art.
Tiny doodles make everything look cuter, especially these different little coffee cups.
It seems like a very simple idea, but it looks lovely!
Two-page cover pages are not that often, but this one looks amazing!
I really think that watercolor is a wonderful medium to create those coffee stains.
Coffee definitely makes you think of Fall, chill nights, and cozy blankets.
So adding some beautiful colorful leaves is very fitting.
Brown is beautiful, but this cover page is definitely making black and white look like an awesome idea.
The brush lettering here is also so pretty!
I had to include this one because how absolutely fun is this idea to mix cats and coffee.
Especial love for that custom Starbucks logo.
Here is a really fun idea for a more colorful kind of cover page.
You can play around so much with different colors and designs of your coffee cups and pots.
Coffee Bullet Journal Theme: Trackers
Next up are trackers!
I don’t know about you, but I usually always have at least a habit tracker and a mood tracker in each of my journals, so of course, I had to dig for inspirations for these pages.
This is a very basic idea, but it’s executed so cutely.
Note that there aren’t that many different cup, just a few pretty simple ones.
Very fun idea to create hanging cups mood tracker.
That way, you can play a lot with different up designs, and you can use any colors you like, not just limited by brown.
Cool habit tracker for a easy setup and making it a bit more clear.
I love this tracker format, but I definitely miss the days of the week on those.
Really cute tracker and I’m loving the lettering of the header, especially with that yellow shadow.
Also the colors are beautiful with that orange glow. I wonder what pens were used for it.
That’s an interesting idea on how to keep the usual habit tracker format but still make it coffee themed by adding illustration next to it.
I’m really in love with the shadow techniques on this coffee maker.
A good idea for creating a coffee-themed mood tracker is using stamps. or maybe stickers.
Believe me, actually doodling 30-31 cups of coffee can take a while and give you some hand cramps.
Circle trackers are always amazing, and it kind of makes sense for a coffee theme.
But definitely be sure you get come kind of circle maker (like this one) to make sure you divide it properly.
I don’t really use a sleep tracker much, but if you do – here is a goof inspirations.
For more inspirations you can check my post Cute Bullet Journal Sleep Trackers.
Weekly Bullet Journal Spreads
Weekly spreads are something you have to create the most every month.
That’s why I always try to get many inspirations for weekly logs, I know myself I always try to do something different every week, just to keep it fun.
Not that it actually works every time though haha
I love one-page weeklies; they are so fast to set up and still help you to plan your week.
I also like how it’s easily made on these with just a little bit of brown color accents.
I love the creative idea of having a brightly colored background to the illustration.
It definitely makes me think of some cozy coffee shop.
Very cute and minimalist look, but still on theme.
And only now I noticed that it’s about tea not coffee… well, anything can be in those cups so I think it still counts.
Beautiful orange tones with mini doodles. So cute!
It’s also a fun way to create a weekly with so much freedom to write as much as you want for each day.
I love the structure of this weekly spread, you can fit so much information here and it’s all well organized.
I love the cute little cups for the dates.
Again a cool take on a circle weekly log.
And I’m really loving the N in November, very on theme.
Super cute lettering! And a lovely way to use little coffee stickers.
I also love that box they used for the shopping list.
I love this incredible mix between the space and start and coffee.
Plan With Me Video
Finally, here is my Plan With me video, where you can see me setting up my pages and fixing all the mistakes I made.
Don’t worry; I didn’t forget the freebie I promised.
Free Printable Monthly Review
For the coffee Bullet Journal theme, I create a monthly review page.
Hope you enjoy this and all the other printables available in the Resources Vault.
You can find the monthly review in the section “Goals and Productivity”.
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