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5 Creative Ideas for Your Bullet Journal

Who doesn’t love a bullet journal? Whether you fill your pages with to do lists or doodles, they are the perfect place to test out new crafting skills and tools. With so many designs and layouts to choose from, we’ve gathered five of our favourite bullet journal ideas right here – and if you haven’t been introduced to the wonderful world of bullet journals yet, check out our beginner’s guide here!

5 Creative Ideas for Your Bullet Journal

1. Craft organiser

Ever wished you had a place to write down all of the craft ideas and techniques that pop into your head? Make a crafting spread in your journal and you’ll never lose track again! It can be a simple list of new pens that you want to try or a dedicated space for planning out all of your wildest crafting ideas. You could also create a chart to track your progress on new skills or projects. Don’t have a bullet journal yet? Pick up a Leuchtturm1917 Bullet Journal Notebook today to get started.

2. Mindfulness tracker

Taking time out of the rush of modern life can be difficult, but improving mindfulness is a key way to reduce stress and anxiety. Challenge yourself to increase your awareness each day by taking a moment to focus on each of your senses and writing down what you find in your bullet journal. Download our mindfulness tracker here, then print, colour and insert the page right into your journal. You can find even more printable pages Even though we aren’t travelling at the moment, bullet journals are a fabulous way to collect your travel inspiration. Include a space for jotting down all of the places you want to visit in the future, as well as a section for tracking your travel savings. Finally, don’t forget to get a few pages ready to capture all of your special memories once you make the trip! Find ideas for all of that and more here..

3. Books read

Keep track of your reading habits by creating a section in your bullet journal where you can record all of the books you’ve read. You can decorate the page with a doodle of a pretty bookshelf, use watercolours to recreate your favourite book covers, get creative with book-themed papers, like the Story Book 12x12 Gloss Trinkets Paper or even download, print and colour in our books read page.

4. Meal tracker

Midweek meals often feel like a chore, but your trusty bullet journal can turn a mundane task into a chance to let your creativity flow. Create a weekly meal list or simply design a space to add all of the new recipes you want to try. Don’t forget to include a handy shopping list – you could even attach a pocket for easy access!

5. Travel journal

Even though we aren’t travelling at the moment, bullet journals are a fabulous way to collect your travel inspiration. Include a space for jotting down all of the places you want to visit in the future, as well as a section for tracking your travel savings. Finally, don’t forget to get a few pages ready to capture all of your special memories once you make the trip! Find ideas for all of that and more here.