Monthly Review Bullet Journal Page Ideas
Looking for Bullet Journal page ideas to level up your life? Introducing a game-changing spread – a monthly review.
In this blog post, you’ll get inspiration on creating this page in your Bullet Journal, and I can’t wait to share it with you and help you create your perfect monthly review.
From tracking habits and milestones to setting goals and reflecting on the past month, I will share some of my favorite ideas for creating awesome monthly reviews.
The possibilities are basically endless when it comes to designing these layouts – so join me as we explore all the fun ways that a monthly review layout can help keep us organized (and sane!) and remind us what a fantastic month it was.
And be sure to scroll until the end to get free printable monthly review pages and more resources.
Monthly Review Bullet Journal Page Ideas
I like how each person uses their monthly review in a different way, and I think it’s a good idea to check what ways are there.
So there are great not only to get inspired by designs but also to see what you might want to include in your monthly review spread.
Minimalist Monthly Review
I love how detailed this spread is; there is so much information, and it’s all well-structured.
I’m also incredibly in love with this handwriting.
I love this page and the idea of dividing each category into a stylized type of box. Kind of reminds me of my "positivity notes" spread. It's well organized but also has space for creativity.
Purple Monthly Review
I really love how this spread has a color scheme with different shades of purple.
This also seems to be more like a memory page, but no rules here; you do your review any way you want.
My own approach to monthly reviews is a combination of fun, doodles, stickers, and photos, and the structure with me replying to exact questions each month to see my progress.
Sectioned Monthly Review
Jess always has the most beautiful pages, and this one is no exception.
I love the happy, bright orange colors and how well-structured the page is.
Kraft Journal Monthly Review
Kraft paper makes everything look a little bit fancier, wouldn't you agree? I like that there are so many sections here for all the entertainment stuff, especially music.
Mindmap Monthly Review
Beautiful review in a mind map format. I really love how much space it gives you.
No restrictions, you can just wing it, and it will end up looking great anyways.
Pink Monthly Review
It is a beautiful spread, and of course, I love all the pink.
I love that there is space for a photo and that there is a wonderful section about future excitements.
Kraft Paper Monthly Review
I love the gentle browns of this spread and how there is space to hide your journaling cards.
I’m also loving the prompts for this review and how the artist added “to improve” section. It’s always a good one to think about.
Journaling Style Monthly Review
This is an entirely different format for a monthly recap, where the creator added a few main things that happened and added some journaling around it. Journaling is always a great way to put your thoughts to paper and commemorate important events.
Monthly Review And Playlist
Music is a great way to connect yourself to memories, so it's really fun that this monthly review is next to the playlist. Plus, I love that there is this big monthly tracker to evaluate your month.
Personal Monthly Review
Another example of sectioned monthly review, and I love how much information she fits on these two pages. I also definitely think it's fantastic to have a section for accomplishments and things you're most proud of.
Digital Bullet Journal Monthly Review
This is like the entire month in one view.
I love how much it looks like a memory page, and there is so much visual representation.
Green Monthly Review
One more mind map-style monthly review page and I like how it's very clear and easy to understand from just one glance.
Floral Monthly Review
These flowers are absolutely stunning; the geometrical patterns on the flowers look amazing.
I also think it’s a clever idea to have a monthly review and the focus for the next month next to each other.
Doodly Monthly Review
Another great monthly review spread and it's interesting how this one is mostly divided by different sections of life.
Pastel Monthly Review
This is such a beautiful spread, and the bright colors make it look even happier. I love that she has sections for accomplishments, difficulties and lessons learned. I think that helps a lot with growing every month.
This is definitely more of a memory-keeping page, but if you want to do more memory work on your monthly review page, nobody is telling you that you can't.
Month In Review
Fun one-page monthly review spread and I really like that the creator managed to include health-related things like average steps and sleep data.
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As always, I can’t leave you without sharing some stationery recommendations.
These are some of the supplies I think would help you in creating your perfect monthly review spread:
- Fineliners. The blood of your Bullet Journal they are perfect for creating any page. I love these.
- Markers. If you want to add some color, you’ll need some for sure. I recommend starting with these.
- Icon stencils. These would help you to add more definition to your category boxes; you’ll just need to add an icon instead of adding a full header – save space and time. I recommend these.
- Grid guide stencil. This nifty item will help you to speed up the process of setting up because it gives you all the dimensions, and you don’t need to do the math when you divide your page. You can definitely try this one.
I you’re looking for more ideas, I’ve got you covered with many more posts.
For generally more page ideas, try to check out these:
- 300+ Bullet Journal Page Ideas To Organize Your Life
- Bullet Journal Brain Dump Page Inspirations
- What To Write In A Bullet Journal: 11 Page Ideas For Beginners
Free Bullet Journal Printable
Finally, I wanted to leave you with some free printables, and these are three different monthly review spreads.
You can already find them in the Resources Vault.
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If you’ve never used printables before, be sure to check my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal.
It’s pretty basic, and all you need is a printer, a good-quality paper, and, of course, a paper cutter.
Which format are you thinking of using for your monthly review?
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