As we are all on a quest to find inspiration for a bullet journals, I found that I had inspiration right in front of me. This was in the form of my Listers Gotta List journals that I had started back in September. If you are not familiar with the Listers Gotta List challenge by The Reset Girl, it’s a monthly challenge that requires you to make lists on certain topics of your life. This can include ways to better yourself, reflecting back on certain memories, or what you have accomplished in a month’s time. When I flipped back to completed prompts, I had found there were TONS of ideas for bullet journal pages and for today’s post, I have broken them down into three categories: lists, personal development pages, and memories. So let’s get started!
I’m all about color and fun doodles, as I find that I’m such a visual person that I get joy out of my pages coming to life! Here I have three examples of lists, a possible shopping list, wish list and reading list.
Personal Development Pages
The power of the written word is so important and has proven to be beneficial for me, so what better place to write down motivational quotes, empowering words, and write down goals? Well your bullet journal, of course! For something that we carry around with us all the time, the bullet journal is a great place to write down positive goals and affirmations that we want for ourselves, that will hopefully manifest into something greater and better. Below I have examples of personal development pages, including a mini vision board, personal development goals, and motivational pages.
These two pages go hand in hand, as they provide motivation in times we find ourselves struggling and remind us of what our goals were in the first place. I also love the effect that the Tombow markers gave these pages to really make them pop.
Capturing snapshots in time is a way to document what is important but gives the bullet journal an added dimension. It’s always fun to look back and reflect on memories made in a particular month or what you might have enjoyed at the moment. Below I have two examples of snapshot pages, including a currently.. page and memory pages.
Below are other examples of memory pages that were made in accordance to the time of year. Hope this gives you inspiration!
And there you have it! Ideas for your bullet journal that will bring your pages to life! Again, don’t be afraid of color or doodling, it’s what makes it fun! For more information on what supplies I use, please visit my FAQ page! Also, please check out my YouTube video on this exact topic. Enjoy!