Even More Things To Add To Your Bullet Journal
Hello, my journalers! I am making another long list of bullet journal ideas. If you’d like to see my first list, click [here]. I had 30 ideas on that list, so be sure to check that one out!
1. Books To Read
There are so many cute ways to create this section.
2. All About Me Pages
These are some of my favorite pages to make. They can be simple and to the point, or colorful and complex. You do you and show off that you! Here’s a [link] to the post I made about my pages.
3. Future Log
Having a yearly spread of what you are planning, need to plan, or just simply feel organized will help you feel less stressed about the coming year. I’ve seen a few ways how to set up a future log, but I chose the one that works best for my life. Mine has gotten a bit messy and only has the rest of 2016.
4. Movies to Watch
There are so many good movies coming out soon, and so many movies I just haven’t gotten around to see. If you’re like me and love coloring in blocks to show progress, then I suggest to set up the page sort of like mine. (But you can also do it any number of ways as well.) Here’s a [link] to my post about creating a movie/tv tracker)
5. Skills to Learn
I imagine a simple checklist can work. If you like to be more detailed oriented, you can make it more like a progress log.
6. Important Phone Numbers/Addresses
Much like an address book, you can make pages in your bullet journal for the same function. Most people put numbers and addresses into their phones, but sometimes it’s just nice to have them written down someplace else.
7. Year In Pixels
If you’d like to see an explanation of this page idea, click this [link].
8. Fonts, Banners, and Frame Ideas
I think it’s convenient to have a few pages that act as a cheat sheet for your designing needs.
9. Snail Mail Log
This is something that I am totally going to do soon, and possibly even include you all in on it. I want to start a mailing list for sending letters to more people. I love getting mail from family and friends, but it doesn’t happen often enough!
10. Savings Tracker
This is such a lovely idea to keep in your journal. Be sure to stay on top of your finances! I like to keep an extra page for things I need to pay off or people to pay back.
11. Favorite Lists
This could also go in your “All About Me” section, but I decided it should be separate for me. You can list things like your favorite restaurants, meals, songs, classes, sounds, tastes, places, shoes, animals, colors, instruments, plays, games, etc. Get to know yourself better.
12. TV Series Tracker
This is for those people who want to feel like they just want physical proof of how many times they’ve watched that series on Netflix. Here’s a [link] to my post about making your own.
13. Monthly Challenges
These are so much fun to make for you all. If you want to add a challenge to your journal, click [here] for my master list of challenges.
14. Music Playlists
You can make playlists on your phone with various apps, but there’s something sweet about writing out your favorite songs. You can create a workout, relaxing, studying, writing, etc. playlists.
15. Timeline of Your Life
Use two pages for this one because it will be filled by the time you are done. You can even use this for what you want to do in the future.
16. Inspiration Page
Quotes, songs, people, pictures, charts, graphs, jokes, scripture, events, love, etc. WRITE THEM DOWN, BE INSPIRED, AND GO DO.
17. Self Care List/Ideas
Sometimes we don’t know how to make ourselves feel better. Write a list of things you could try to do to help yourself become a healthier you. Examples: take a warm bath, go for a walk, drink a glass of water, watch a sad movie, etc.
18. Monthly/Yearly Memories
It’s nice to have a page with all the memories you had that month/year. I tend to put a little doodle with each event/milestone in my life just to make it more memorable. (This was from my first journal. Please don’t judge.)
19. Sleep Tracker
I personally don’t use a sleep tracker because my sleeping habits are the worst and logging them might be upsetting to me. However, you can track the time you go to bed and what time you get up in the morning on a chart that is easy to read and compare with other nights.
20. Me Time Log
Sometimes we all need a little time to ourselves. You can use this with the “Self Care List/Ideas” pages to log specific activities you do with yourself. You can keep track of the activity, when you do to, and how long your me time was.
21. Tiny Adventures
Not exactly real adventures, but adventurous enough to get you out of your comfort zone. To see the original post about these adventures, click [here].
22. Word Tracker
For those authors and poets, keeping a goal sheet or tracker of your words helps a ton!