There are hundreds of Bullet Journal page ideas out there; some are for productivity and organization, and some are just for fun. And both are ok! Your journal doesn’t have to be all serious and only about achieving your goals.
In this post, I’ll share with you some creative Bullet Journal page ideas that are fun to have and that you might enjoy creating. Because having fun with planning, among other things, will help you stick to your journal and make it an everyday habit.
If you’re a beginner and looking for some basic pages to get started with your journal, this post might not be for you. You probably should start with these:
And one more thing, often when people think of being creative in a Bullet Journal, they think about cover pages. These, however, are not. So if that’s what you’re looking for, head straight to my post, Bullet Journal Monthly Cover Page Ideas.
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Creative Bullet Journal Page Ideas
There are so many ideas and opportunities with the Bullet Journal method. Since you are the one who created the pages, you can decide what page to add and how to make it look.
And it's a super fun process! I love it when you guys send me some requests on pages you're looking for, and I have to think of fun ways to create them.
But sometimes, you just want to sit down and create, and that's why I love lists like this one. It's two in one - you get the idea and an image example of how to bring it to life!
I love this page! I add it at the beginning of each of my journals.
It's a fun way to take a minute and look at yourself a little bit more and reflect on all the amazing things happening to you. It's also a super fun page to look back at and have this one-page outlook of how your life was at that moment.
Be sure to click "read more" to learn more about creating this page and what it can bring you.
Are you a music person? Well, then maybe you'd want to have a little playlist spread in your journal, to always remember the songs that brought you joy.
I find that I have special music connected to special times in my life, and it's always so emotional when I randomly hear the songs, and all the memories come flowing back. If I had a playlist spread, I could've just looked at that to remember things rather than hoping that something fun would come up on my Spotify Recommended list.
If you want more inspiration on how to create a playlist spread, simply click "read more".
This is a very calming page to create, but it's also something that can help you if feeling low happens often.
I know how it is; you're feeling low, so you have to do something to make you feel better, but you're feeling too bad to think of anything. Well, this page will already have all the answers for you; no need to spend energy figuring out how to help yourself.
As you can see, I created this link long before 2020, but it still stands as an example of the concept.
This is basically a type of bucket list when you decide to do certain things until a certain time. This page is 20 things before 2020, but it can also be 30 things before you're 30, for example.
It's fun to create, it pushes you to think more about things you want, and there is, of course, the law of attraction says that if you put it on paper subconsciously, your brain will start seeing different ways it can come true.
There are a lot of benefits to creating swatch pages like this one. One of the main ones is - that it gives you a clear look at your supplies. The bigger your collection becomes, the harder it will be to keep track of everything you have.
This is an amazing example of a swatch page for washi tape, but you can also create a pet test spread, and it has many other benefits to it as well.
Barbara has a fantastic and unique style, so of course, I knew I could rely on her to deliver something creative.
This is a fun idea to plan out your journal migration and do your journal review. This is the type of page that will help you bring more customization to your journal and make it even more fitting to your needs.
Definitely recommend for Bullet Journal enthusiasts at any level.
Ok, this is actually one of the most useful pages you can create in your Bullet Journal! And it doesn't have to be your skincare routine either; it can be your morning routine, work routine, or even workout routine.
It helps so much with just decision fatigue during the day (if we're talking about morning or evening routines) and to keep up with your skincare regimen.
Be sure to click "read more" if you want to get more ideas and tips on how to create this page in your Bullet Journal.
Do you have tons of favorite drinks but end up always placing the same coffee order? I surely do! It's easy to get into a routine of drinking the same thing and forget that you actually do have other options.
Having this spread can be a fun reminder of all the other beverages out there you love. I, for example, added hot chocolate to my evening routine.
And if you click more, you can check out some other winter Bullet Journal ideas since hot drinks are just especially cozy during that season.
Something I don't often see in people's journals are memory pages like this one. But they are so fun to create! It's like you get to take the best things in your life and use them to create something cute.
And they are amazing to look back at. Without them, I bet you'll forget a lot of good things that happened.
If reading is your jam, you'll definitely want to create a book tracker.
It will help you to see what books you've read or just to keep a list of books you want to read. A great thing about those is that doodling a book is pretty simple, so you can easily create a fun page.
Be sure to click "read more" to get some more book tracker inspirations.
This is one extry with two ideas! When I saw this artist, I knew I had to feature their work, and these pages seemed like a super fun idea.
I don't think there is any particular use of the "what's in my backpack" spread, apart from it being creative and an opportunity to randomly doodle items. And that's fine! I'm now thinking of creating this type of spread myself, actually.
The other page, though, definitely is very useful. Following your own advice can be pretty hard, but at least with this page, you'll always remember those nuggets of wisdom.
Free Bullet Journal Printables
Before we finish the post, I want to let you know that some of these pages and many others are available as free printables in the Resources Vault.
I’m always creating new freebies to help you with your Bullet Journaling and creativity. So be sure to check back to see al lt he new printables added.
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What do you think? Do any of these pages make you want to recreate them in your journal?
I hope this list was helpful; if you find it so, please share!
And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob.
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