Dive into the world of books with these free Bullet Journal printables that will turn your reading into an even more exciting adventure! If you’re a bibliophile and love journaling, you know that tracking your reading can be just as fun as the actual reading. And what better way to do it than with a Bullet Journal?
These reading journal printables are designed to keep you organized and make your reading experience even more enjoyable. Whether you’re looking for a simple reading tracker or a detailed book tracker, you’ll find something here that suits your needs.
So grab your Bullet Journal, and let’s get started on this literary journey together. Here’s to many happy hours of reading and journaling!
In the whirlwind of daily life, it’s easy to lose track of how many books we’ve read or even what they were about! That’s where these Bullet Journal printables come into play. Tracking your reading and journaling about it can have some surprisingly wonderful benefits.
Firstly, it’s like having a personal literary history. Ever had that moment when you’re trying to recommend a book to a friend, but for the life of you, you can’t remember the title? With a Bullet Journal book tracker, you’ll have all your reads at your fingertips. It’s like having your own private library catalog!
Secondly, journaling about your reads helps you to absorb and understand the material better. It’s one thing to read a book, but writing about it afterwards? It’s like having a conversation with the author, delving deeper into the themes, characters, and emotions. You’ll find yourself discovering new layers and nuances you might have missed otherwise.
And let’s not forget the sheer joy of seeing your reading progress. Filling in that book tracker after finishing a novel is immensely satisfying. It’s a visual representation of your literary journey, a testament to all the worlds you’ve explored, the characters you’ve met, and the knowledge you’ve gained.
In this blog post, I gathered all the FREE reading journal printables I could find to make sure you can start on your reading journal right away and get all these benefits and more.
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Using Printables In Your Journal
Before we dive in, let’s talk about the supplies you might need and some tips on how to print these pages to fit your Bullet Journal.
There isn’t much to it, but there are a few things you don’t want to mess up with (like I did and paid for it dearly).
So here are some supplies you’ll need:
- A printer. You might already have one, and if not, I definitely can recommend Epson EcoTank ET-2803, especially if you’re doing a lot of printing, like Bullet Journal pages or stickers.
- Paper. This is very important! If you’re planning to use some markers and brush pens to decorate your printable, you need to have smooth and high-quality paper. Otherwise, it will damage your pens, which is soemthing that happened to my first set of Tombow Dual Brush pens. I recommend HP Premium Paper.
- Paper cutter. You can definitely use scissors, but I find that you usually get smoother edges with a paper cutter like this one.
- Adhesive. You’ll need something to add your printables to your journal, and I don’t recommend using glue. An adhesive tape like Tombow Mono Adhesive Tape will do a much better job.
- Corner rounder. This is really something extra, but I thought I’d mention it. If your journal corners are round, you might find it helpful to have this tool to ensure that your printables match your journal. I’d recommend this one.
The next question people usually ask is how to make sure your printables fit your journal.
It’s quite easy, really. All you need is to mark the correct size when you’re sending it to print. Choose the size for your journal (which is usually A5), not the size of the printing paper, and it will print the right way.
At the end of this post, you’ll find some more resources, including a post with step-by-step instructions and a video on how to add printables to your pages.
Now that you have all your supplies and know how to use printables let’s talk about those reading journal pages.
Reading Journal Printables
If you’re looking for something more, I’ve got you covered.
Already in my shop, you can find my reading journal printables set, which has five different printable pages to cover all your reading needs.
Get these printables, customize them with markers and washi tape to fit your aesthetics, and start journaling about your reading adventures like a pro!
There are, of course, many more resources on this blog with printables and with reading-related ideas.
So be sure to check out these posts next:
- Free Book Tracker Bullet Journal Printables
- How To Use Bullet Journal Printables
- Reading Journal Page Ideas For Book Lovers
>>> What pages do you use for your reading goals? Share with us in the comments!
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