If you’re looking for some free Bullet Journal printables to help you with your mental health, I have a surprise for you.
Having a tool like a Bullet Journal can give you the support and structure to better manage your mental wellbeing. With this blog post, we look at how picking up some free online printables can help boost your mood, increase productivity, and assist with worry management.
From soothing habit trackers to gratitude logs – find an easy way to use your Bullet Journal for mental health right away!
I am a firm believer in the power of printables. They provide a practical solution to managing your time, goals, and mental health that you can use right away without spending hours creating the pages yourself.
At the same time, they still give you enough space to enjoy customizing your pages if you want to.
Mental health printables are especially important because they offer a visual reminder of self-care practices and can help establish healthy habits. By using printables focused on goal-setting, reflection, and self-care, you are more likely to stick to those practices and maintain a positive mindset.
And the best part is that there are so many amazing printables you can get absolutely free! But before we jump into the list, let’s talk about some printables basics.
How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal
If you’re new to using printables you might have tons of questions on how to actually print them and make sure they fit your journal.
Well, it’s actually pretty simple and requires just a few steps.
- Open the file with a PDF reader like Adobe Reader (100% free and safe download) to open the file.
- Set your printer to the right size. If the printables size is A5 then just set to print in actual size, and if it’s not A5 you can choose print in A5. In this case, I say A5 since it’s the most popular notebook size for Bullet Journaling, but yours might be different, so check that.
- Print, cut, and use in your journal!
If you want pictures and an instruction video, there is a link at the end of the post for that.
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And you’ll need some supplies as well, so here we go:
- High-quality printing paper. This is really important because if you get low-quality paper it might damage your markers. I recommend using HP Premium Paper.
- A printer. Obviously, you can use any printer you want to, but if you’re looking for a good printer, I can recommend Epson Ecotank Printer.
- Paper cutter. Trust me, your printables will look so much better when the edges are straight-cut. I recommend using this paper cutter.
- Adhesive. Of course, you’ll need something to actually stick your printables to your Bullet Journal pages, and I recommend using Tombow Adhesive.
- Corner rounder. Chances are your journal has rounded corners, so you might want to do the same with your printables. It could be easy, and you’d get straight cuts with a corner rounder.
Now that you’ve got all your supplies and ready to use printables in your BuJo it’s time to share the list with all the freebies available out there.
And don’t forget to scroll until the end to get more links to other types of printables.
Free Bullet Journal Printables
Before you leave, I thought I’d mention again that the Resources vault already has 50+ free Bullet Journal printables that you can use right away, many of them are very helpful for your mental health.
From weekly spreads, habit trackers and collections to checklists and printable stickers to help you with your Bullet Journal.
Simply sign up in the form below and you’ll get the secret password to access all the goodies.
Do you want to leranr more about using printables and get some more freebies? I’ve got you covered.
Read these next:
- How To Use Bullet Journal Printables
- Free Monthly Habit Tracker Printables
- Journaling Made Easy: Free Printable Journal Pages
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