Minimalist designs are very easy to set up, require few stationery supplies, and usually look very neat. But you don’t need to do it just for the aesthetics; they are also a good idea to try when you’re in a hurry and need something quick but functional.
Don’t be fooled, though; just because they are faster to set up than artistic journals, it doesn’t mean that you’ll have to compromise with style and beauty. They still look absolutely stunning.
I found for you some amazing examples, but before we get into that, I wanted to let you know that there are some free printables at the end of the post, so keep scrolling.
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Supplies To Set Up Minimalist Habit Tracker
You don't really need anything special to create minimalist pages. After all, it's in the name - you need to use a minimal amount of supplies to create these pages.
However, here are a few supplies that would help you to elevate your minimalist pages.
Fineliners are the perfect pens for creating any type of Bullet Journal spread. These are my favorite ones, and because hey come in different tip sizes, you can create several fun effects just with that.
Finally here is my favorite stecil of all time. It can help you create so many different elements in your Bullet Journal, including habit trackers. You can create a circle tracker, a vertical one, or a separate mini tracker.
It's really one of the best and muli-purpose stencils you can get for your BuJo.
Minimalist Habit Tracker Ideas
Finally, let's take a look at some minimalist Bullet Journal habit trackers. Trust be, just because you won't be using that many supplies, it doesn't mean you can't get very creative.
The whole beauty of minimalist is the play on empty spaces and the creative ideas it pushes you to have when you wort with just one pen.
This is a great example that sometimes all you need to decorate your page is a beautiful brush lettering in your header. And these squares for habit tracker can be done so easily with a Bullet Journal stencil I mentioned above.
It might not be a whole year on one page, but it sure looks like there are a few more trackers on the next page. lately I've been really loving creating one yearly tracker, it saves so much time and effort later during the year.
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And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob!
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