13 Creative Year End Review Bullet Journal Page Ideas
There are Bullet Journal page ideas for pretty much anything in your life. In this post, we’ll be talking about a year-end review spread.
It’s that time of year again when we’re all looking back over our successes and adventures, both big and small, of the past 12 months.
Whether you want to reflect on the positive things that have happened or what lessons were learned—there is still this inherent need for closure. And if being organized is at least a part of your modus operandi, then there is no better place than your Bullet Journal to use as an outlet for such reflection and growth-inspiring activities!
In this post, you’ll find several creative ways how to create a year-end review page in your Bullet Journal and have that closure for the year.
If you’re looking for some prompts and other tips on how to get the most from this page, check the end of the post for more resources.
This post is all about getting ideas on how to make the spread look in your journal.
Year End Review Bullet Journal Inspirations
There are many creative ways you can set up your yearly review page, and I gathered a few inspirations for you below.
I hope these will help you figure out what you want to do with your yearly review spread.
Month By Month Year In Review
This spread is very right to business, but I like it. Less distraction, and it's very clear what happened during the year.
A whole year on one page and still space for some fun doodles. Amazing page
Brightly Colored Yearly Review
Jess always has such fun and creative Bullet Journal pages.
I like this format because you can set it up in advance and fill it out each month. That would definitely make it easier to make the final year review page; we all know how busy it gets as the year ends.
This yearly review is pretty simple but very effective. Barbara managed to include all the important things to remember.
Plus, the illustration definitely made it look super cute and creative.
Sectioned Year In review
Such a cute spread! I love that there are so many different categories, and she played around so much with different fonts and headers.
Year End Reflection
A different approach is just to concentrate on your yearly triumphs and things you need to work on more. Very straight to the point but effective.
I love this format and how much the creator managed to include on two pages, including this yearly timeline at the bottom.
2019 was a very big year for me, and I added here tons of sections on goals and personal development to make sure the next year goes even better.
Two Colored Year In Review
Here is great proof that year-end reviews don't have to be complicated.
If you don't have the time to create something artistic - just choose your categories and make a list. This spread looks great, and I love the match of red and green.
The goal for this page is to have a view of your year, not to create a highly decorative page unless you want to, of course.
Scrapbooky Year In Review
I love this page because you get to write all your thoughts, but the creator added some fun and color to it with the beautiful paper and headers.
One more spread where you have to add something that happened every month.
I like this format and how easy it is to set up and understand it all from just one glance.
This is such a beautiful and colorful spread. Just looking at it makes me smile and imagine what an amazing year it was for the creator.
This one is also divided by months rather than categories.
2017 Year-End Review
I love how well-organized this spread is and how many things are included here. The creator managed to put together memory keeping, entertainment, and yearly reflectin on the same page.
2018 Yearly Highlights
A great way to review the year, and I love that it's monochrome, but the creator managed to add so much fun and creativity with banners and all those other types of decorative elements.
2022 Yearly Review
My own review of 2022, I really had a lot of fun, including all the different things I learned and the things I've experienced. Of course, I had to go with my usual style of doodles and bright colors.
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Of course, I have to have a section with some of my favroite supplies for ceating a year-end review spread.
You can use whatever you already have, but if you need soemthing extra, check out these:
- Sakura Pigma Micron – a great fineliner is definitely a must-have when it comes to creating any Bullet Journal spread.
- Zebra Mildliners – it’s fun to add some color to your pages, and these are my favorites.
- Tombow Fudenosuke – these small tip brush pens will be perfect for creating little headers and dividers in your spread.
- Calliograph Pens – these brush pens come in beautiful colors, but they also have two brush tips so you can create different sizes of lettering on your page. Plus, you can get 10% off with my code MASHA10
- HP Sprocket – I love adding pages to a yearly review page, and this is the perfect printer to do it. It needs no ink, and the printing paper is a sticker.
Are you looking for more? I’ve got you covered, since there are so many resources here to help you with pretty much anything you can think of.
Check these next:
- How To Create Your Personal Year End Review
- 9 Creative Bullet Journal Vision Board Ideas to Manifest Your Dreams
- Game-changing Bullet Journal Goals Page Ideas
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