If you’re starting out like me, or even looking to tackle new parts of your life, you’re on the hunt for bullet journal ideas.
Of course you need to make your bullet journal work for you. And one thing I realized as I started, paused, and tried to restart again, don’t add something to your bullet journal because someone else did.
Create spreads and trackers that fit your needs. Don’t track things for the sake of tracking. Figure out the problems you need to solve and create spreads based on that.
Bullet Journal Ideas to Spark a thought
Keep your future in focus with logs, lists, and trackers.
- Future Log
- Future Project List
- 5-Year Plan & Goal Tracker
Write down your goals to keep them top of mind
- Monthly Goals
- Savings Goals
Keep your information in one place
- Insurance Info
- Master To Do List
- Finances Page
Watch your progress. And you can use these to help adjust if you’re not making the progress that you expected.
- Budget Tracker
- Productivity Tracker
- Statistics Log
- Monthly Analytics
Take a moment to reflect on a regular basis, and then do a round up either monthly, yearly, or both
- Monthly Review
- Year in Review
What other bullet journal ideas do you have to improve
You need to find the right balance of tracking that works well for you. What’s worked for you? What have you tried that really didn’t help you make progress, and why?