Bullet Journal Spread Ideas

Bullet Journal Spread Ideas
After several lockdowns, it's been pretty tough for me to get back to my productive self. I will have those days but most of the time I've been slacking. I am not saying this just for me. A lot of people go through the same thing as well. So, how do I get back on track? Bullet journal it is! I thought it would be fun and helpful to share with you bullet journal spreads I love that I currently use and have used in the past that definitely boost my productivity.

#1 Habit tracker

Being productive = having the right and enough energy to be that way. I never missed this spread in my bullet journal. It's a great way to build on healthy and positive habits and I just have to have it in my bullet journal. A few things I like to track such as working out, my AM and PM skincare routine, blogging, drinking enough water, and taking my meds. It's pretty easy to achieve, and I've definitely gone through so many styles of habit trackers already. I just love to switch things up. 

Bullet Journal Spread Ideas

#2 Weekly spreads

I love weekly spreads. Not going to lie, weeklies are one of the layouts that take up so much time to create. But it's a fun and efficient way to view the week at a glance on just a single (maybe two) page. Weeklies definitely help me focus on important events, appointments, due dates, and help me plan other fun activities to incorporate in my week.

Bullet Journal Spread Ideas

#3 Spending/ expenses log

I initially wanted to add the budget tracker but that didn't work out for me so I am not recommending it to you guys. But this one right here is love. I absolutely love spending logs because they personally make me evaluate each and every purchase I did in that specific month and realize I was spending money almost every day (yikes!). I know this is not some type of productivity spread but it's no doubt make me a little bit more organized where I can easily spot my problem areas and easy for me to analyze my finances each month. 

This is the only layout I've ever used to record my spending. It has the amount of money I spent, when and where I spent it, the category, and I also included types of payment methods I used to pay for stuff. So, so handy dandy!

Bullet Journal Spread Ideas

#4 Inspiring quote page

It's a simple page I fill in with a quote that always keeps me going. This is where I like to let out a little extra flair to make the page have its own splash of colours and creativity - lots of washi tapes and simple decorations/ doodles required. 

Bullet Journal Spread Ideas

#5 Gratitude log

My happiness spread. I like to keep a gratitude log that's really personal to me. I feel like when I am having a bad day that everyone and everything is against me, I will flip my gratitude page and count my own blessings. It helps a lot with my mental well-being and my physical health. I like to keep this one pretty simple "list" type and straightforward without too many decorations. 

Bullet Journal Spread Ideas

That's about it for today. I really recommend you to have this in your bullet journal. These 5 simple spreads are effortless to do and kept me organized in so many ways. I hope this post is interesting and helpful enough for you. Thank you for sticking to the end with me! If you find it hard to stick to a bullet journal, read my previous post! <3

Bullet Journal Spread Ideas
Do you have a bullet journal? What spreads do you always have in your bullet journal?

18 comments

  1. These are all so beautiful! I keep a bullet journal, but mine isn't creative at all, but I would like it to be! Thanks for the inspo!

    Eileen | yesmissy.com

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    1. Thank you! It's definitely a learning process. I still consider myself as a newbie even after 2 years of bullet journaling :D

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  2. sooo pretty and neat too! while mine looks like some kids journal with cute stickers and unnecessary doodles. XD

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    1. Thank you! I like to keep it that way. Sometimes with stickers, it can be tricky because I don't know where exactly to put them haha!

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  3. I have a planner albeit in a digital form and habit tracker is a good tool to track my progress.

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  4. I've heard so many good things about bullet journals and I've loved what you've done with yours. A gratitude list is so important xx

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  5. Your handwriting tho... so pretty!

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  6. Wow your bullet journal is SO neat and pretty! I wish mine was this neat!

    emjbarker.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thanks! xx I tried but ngl it pains me to see the ink seeped through the other page ><

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  7. This journal is so pretty! I need one of these in my life x

    Laura
    https://www.beautywithlala.com/

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  8. I've always wanted to start a bullet journal! I love that you have a gratitude section xx

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