Noteworthy Blogs for Free Bullet Journal Printables
Part of the reason I love bullet journals is how customization they are – but GOD sometimes it is time consuming. A great way to get around the set up and stress of bullet journals is through free bullet journal printables. This is your all around guide of what to find where. Do you like to track your habits or meals? Got you covered. Looking for easy weekly and monthly layouts? Look no further.
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General Bullet Journal Layouts
Not only is 101 Planners a great site for free bullet journal printables, but it is also fantastic for ideas for what to include in your planner and how to set it up. If you are new to bullet journaling I would highly recommend checking out this site. It is easy to navigate and offers some great tools to get you started.
Another great resource is Simple Made Pretty. Melanie shows some great examples of her bullet journals, as well as the supplies she uses, then gives some templates to work off of. The selection isn’t quite as extensive, but her printables are fun and easy to personalize to your own style. If you like a girlish theme – look no further!
Erin supplies a great option for weekly and monthly logs as well as a habit tracker to keep track of your moods and activites. To read more about the benefits of a habit tracker check out my post on Bullet Journals to Relieve Anxiety.
Weekly/Daily Bullet Journal Printables
Semigloss Design’s weekly log printable is a pre-decorated layout with space for notes as well as a space at the top work important events of the day. If you like a lot of room for note-taking this is a good option. You will also find links for free printable stickers and more.
Bree’s Site specializes in all that is bullet journals. From printables to inspo pics for your bullet journal, she’s got you covered. This weekly spread has a separate space for daily events/tasks and notes from the day. You will also find section dedicated to to-do lists and goals for the week.
Another option is Joliani Jolie’s weekly bullet journal printable. This weekly log includes a water, meal, habit and sleep tracker. Personally, I love being able to track how my habits influence my mood and general well being. This weekly log makes that super simple, and leaves plenty of space for me to add notes and goals for the week.
Monthly Log Printables
Providing an option for both portrait and landscape styles, Bullet Journal Joy is a good go-to for a simple, minimalist layout in calendar view. They offer free monthly layout printables for every month of the year – so you have nothing to do but print out their spread and add it to your bullet journal.
I really love her layouts. She provides fun and whimsy. This layout doesn’t leave much room for notes, but if all you need is a spot to enter birthdays, big events and have a general overview Joliani’s free monthly log printable is a good way to go.
Bullet Journal Habit Tracker
With color, whimsy and enough space for lots habit tracking – this is easily my favorite habit tracker printable. I love the look and since I like to log both my moods and habits, I need ample space.
Do you prefer to keep your habit tracker at the bottom of the page along with your weekly spread? If so the free habit tracker printable from Passion Planner is for you. It is a smaller tracker that will fit nicely at the bottom of the page. If you log about 10 things this is probably all you need.
Meal Planner Printables
While Daily Burn’s meal planning printables are not exclusively for bullet journaling – they will certainly fit for the cause. I love this page as it offers so many options of what kind of meal planning you want to do. Weekly meals? Shopping lists? Freezer inventory? You will find it all here.
Read More: Starting Your Bullet Journal