If you’re looking for some ideas on Bullet Journaling for beginners you’ve come to the right place! And I’ve got something especially adorable prepared for you.
In this blog post, we’re going to explore the wide, wonderful world of cute Bullet Journal page ideas that are perfect for beginners. We’re talking about playful trackers and charming layouts that will infuse your journal with personality and warmth.
There are countless ideas ranging from skincare spreads, book trackers, playlist spreads, workout trackers, and even color swatches. I’ll walk you through each of these ideas and more, providing you with tons of inspirations to pick and choose from.
Bullet journaling isn’t just about creating an organizer; it’s about personal expression and the thrill of seeing a plain notebook transform into a colorful palette of your life.
So, let’s get those pens ready and prepare to fill those blank pages with all things cute and creative.
When it comes to Bullet Journaling, the opportunities are endless! But so are the mistakes as well.
So before I share with you some adorable ideas, I wanted to talk about a big mistake you definitely should avoid.
Oh, and be sure to check the end of the post for my FREE course on Bullet Journaling for beginners.
Using New Pages In Your Bullet Journal
Starting a Bullet Journal is like stepping into a vibrant candy store. There are so many different flavors to try, and so many colorful delights that catch your eye.
You can’t help but want to sample them all!
But, just as with candies, it’s important not to overindulge and try everything at once. I learned this the hard way when I first started bullet journaling.
I was so excited about all the possibilities that I created a dozen different pages right off the bat. From habit trackers to mood charts, from meal plans to gratitude logs, my Bullet Journal was brimming with bright ideas.
And while it was rewarding to see so many pages come to life, it soon became overwhelming. I found myself spending more time maintaining my journal than actually enjoying the process or benefiting from it. My love for Bullet Journaling was turning into more of a chore.
So, here’s my friendly piece of advice to you: start small. Experiment with a few page ideas that truly resonate with you. Maybe it’s a sleep tracker because you’ve been wanting to improve your sleep patterns. Or perhaps it’s a reading list because you’re an avid bookworm. Choose what brings you joy and what you find useful in your daily life.
Remember, your Bullet Journal is a personal tool designed to enhance your life, not complicate it. So, don’t be afraid to try different things, to play around with layouts and themes, make mistakes, and learn from them. That’s all part of the journey.
But also remember to pace yourself. Take the time to enjoy each page you create, each doodle you sketch. It’s not about filling your journal with as many pages as possible; it’s about creating a space that reflects and enriches your life.
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But Mahs, I hear you say I have no creative talent; how could I ever hope to create anything cute in my new journal?
Well, there are many answers to that, the first of which being that creativity is something we all have; you just have to practice, and you’ll see yourself creating the most stunning pages out there!
When I started my journal, I couldn’t doodle anything apart from a smiley face and one weird eye, so trust me, if I did it, so can you!
But the biggest hack to creating cute Bullet Journal pages when you don’t feel too artistic is by using stationery!
So here are a few supplies that I’m sure will help you to create adorable pages in no time:
- Sakura Pigma Micron – no matter what you create and what style you choose, you need a good set of fineliners, and these are amazing! They last for a long time, they have beautiful black archival ink, and they come with different nib sizes, so you can add variety to your pages.
- Pastel markers – if you’re going for cute, there is no better way than doing it in pastel colors. My go-to for that are Tombow Dual Brush pens. They have a marker and a brush tip, so you can use them to add color and to do brush lettering.
- Cute stickers. My go-to for those are Etsy or Aliexpress. They have the most adorable stationery and stickers. I love the ones from Jinosart on Etsy and these kawaii stickers from Aliexpress.
- Washi tape. This is another cool thing that can make your pages look extra cute in no time. Just try these cute slim washi tapes!
If you know me, you know that I can spend hours talking about stationery, so let’s finish with recommendations for now and get to the list.
Bullet Journaling For Beginners: Free Course
Ah, so you’re just starting out on your Bullet Journaling journey? I totally get it – the blank pages can feel both exciting and a little daunting, right? Trust me, we’ve all been there, staring at that pristine new notebook, wondering how to transform it into a personalized planner.
But here’s the good news – it doesn’t have to be stressful or overwhelming! That’s exactly why I’ve created this free course tailored for Bullet Journal beginners like you.
This course is designed to guide you step-by-step through the process of starting a Bullet Journal. You’ll find tips, tricks, and a whole lot of encouragement to make your Bullet Journaling journey as enjoyable and enriching as possible.
Simply sign up in the form below, and once you confirm your subscription, all the details will be on the way to your inbox.
Absolutely thrilled that you’re eager to dive deeper into the wonderful world of Bullet Journaling! I’ve got a treasure trove of resources just waiting for you to explore.
Well, I’ve bundled all those lessons learned, tips, tricks, and ‘aha!’ moments into these easy-to-digest posts – think of them as your friendly guides on this journey. Each post is packed with practical advice, step-by-step instructions, and plenty of examples to inspire you.
So, go ahead and click on the links below.
- Mood Trackers and How To Use Them
- How To Create A Quote Page In Your Bullet Journal
- 7 Essential Bullet Journaling Tips For Beginners
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