Love reading and what to track your progress? There is a Bullet Journal page idea for that!
It’s a page tracker, and in this blog post, you’ll find several inspirations on how to track your reading habits in your Bulle Journal and make it fun and creative.
Tracking your progress with reading goals can be both satisfying and fun – especially if you incorporate it into your Bullet Journal.
A page tracker allows you to keep tabs on how many pages you’ve read over time, observe trends in your reading habits and make adjustments accordingly.
With just a few easy steps, you’ll be able to design a creative tracker for yourself that will help set and track even the loftiest of reading goals!
Just a few more things before we dive in – be sure to scroll until the end to get more resources on reading pages and snag your free printable book tracker.
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Supplies For Creating Page Tracker
As always, I’m here to share with you some of my favorite supplies for creating Bullet Journal pages, specifically reading related spreads like these book trackers.
So here are my favorites:
- Fineliners. These are the blood of every Bullet Journal page, and I recommend getting these ones.
- Calliograph pens. They have two brush tips and come in those pretty calm colors that I think fit so well for all the reading pages. (you can also get 10% off with my code MASHA10)
- Kraft paper. I always find that it looks amazing on reading pages. You can use any kraft paper you have lying around the house, but I prefer using a kraft paper notepad that has good paper and a dot grid. (you can also get 10% off with my code MASHA10)
- Book stencil. An easier and definitely faster way to add book doodles to your Bullet Journal.
- Letter stamps. I feel like it fits so well with all the book pages. And it will allow you to have many fun and unique headers with this kind of retro aesthetics.
If you’re looking for more ideas on what reading pages you might want to create, I’ve got you covered.
I’m sure recreating some of these pages will help you stay more motivated and interested in reading more.
So, check out these:
- 31+ Creative Bullet Journal Book Tracker Pages
- 37 Brilliant Book Bullet Journal Theme Ideas And Inspirations
- Reading Journal Page Ideas For Book Lovers
- Free Book Tracker Bullet Journal Printables
When creating book-related pages, you’ll probably need to doodle books! Here is a post you’ll find helpful with that:
Free Bullet Journal Printables
Finally, let me share with you a free printable book tracker you can print and start using right away.
You can already find it in the Resources Vault.
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Be sure to check my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal if this is your first time using printables and you’re unsure how to.
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