13 Bullet Journal Layout Ideas You Can Use To Get Organized

13 Bullet Journal Layout Ideas You Can Use To Get Organized

Let me just say I love planning and today I want to talk about something exciting: Bullet journal spreads and ideas that you can use as layouts for your own journaling.

If you fail to plan you plan to fail. These words by Benjamin Franklin are soooo true.

In my opinion, planning is similar to having a map.

You are more likely to get to where you want to go if you have a map guiding you on the path to take in order to get there.

If you want to be productive in life, – you absolutely need a plan.

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Keeping a bullet journal can help you to plan your tasks, organize your thoughts and keep a record of your best ideas.


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I found some awesome bullet journal layout layout ideas that you can use to get started with your own daily planner!


1. Kara @boho.berry


It’s a travel bullet journal layout guys! I don’t know about you but I tend to forget a few things anytime I travel so I always have to put a list together.

I hope you are inspired by the above journal and you can use a similar layout to organize your travel life!


2. Stephanie @scrubs n coffee


With this spread you can put together an excuses journal for all the different things you tell yourself that block you from getting things done.

This can be used for your goals, dreams, career, fitness etc. Put ink to paper and use your excuses as a motivator.


3. Sara @Mylittlejournalblog


This spread is for keeping your activities for the week properly organized. You can also put your must do priorities in the notes section. Simple as that!


4. A Hayden @craftyenginerd


Track how much sleep you get during the week, organize your meals, plan your to do list and put together your workout schedule all under one convenient and well organized template.


5. Into Simple @_intosimple


If you favor a more minimalist approach then this spread is definitely for you! Plan your week in simple vertical layout and take charge of your life and reign in any chaos.


6. Ursala @honeyrozes


We all have goals whether it’s at the start of the year, middle of the year or each month.

You can make your goals more achievable by writing them down.

Put together a monthly goal bullet journal layout for whatever it is you want to accomplish for that month.

Every time you meet your goal you can go in and shade the squares!


7. Mary Nazar @marynazar


Another weekly layout for organizing your week in a colorful and inspirational way. Add some sketches, pictures and quotes to inspire you if you want.


8. Ursala @honeyrozes


A seasonal bullet journal layout!  I wouldn’t have thought about this template at all.

This will definitely come in handy for special events and holidays such as Christmas, Easter, Mother’s Day, birthdays, wedding showers, baby showers etc.


9. Liz @bonjournal


A travel bullet journal template is a perfect way to really get organized (and stay organized) while traveling.

This travel spread will help you prepare for your travel destination from where to eat and things to do and see, this journal template is a straightforward way to go.


10. Ashlyn @nittany_bujo


Put together a list for projects that you need to complete with this simple yet effective bullet journal setup. This one’s perfect for work projects and tasks.


11. Federica @feebjulo


This weekly journal is another way to organize your week and each day you can put down several bullet points on the things that you need to get done or aim to get done for that day. Simple as that!


12. Roberta @qualcosadierre


A weekly spread that allows you to organize your week in bullet points.

You can also see that you will be able to plan for the day by adding the weather conditions for that day with a simple image and number.

Plan your outfits and your day with this minimalist bullet journal layout.


13. Rainbow Bujo @rainbow.bujo


A neat and well organized gratefulness journal layout that will also allow you to schedule some much needed me time.

Write down the things you are grateful for and manifest greater things in your life. With gratitude comes abundance.

Best believe me on this one!


If you are struggling with bullet journal layouts and are wanting to get some ideas, I hope the above examples will help you out.

Doing things on purpose to get to where you want to be in your life is very important.

The people who succeed in life (including very successful entrepreneurs and bloggers) do not do so by accident. People who do amazing things in their lives are purposeful about it and plan for it.

Ever since I started writing things down, I can say with 100% certainty that my life is better as a result.

Journaling has helped me to get organized, stay organized and I do not procrastinate as often!

By keeping a regular journal I say with confidence that I no longer feel lost compared to the times where I never journaled (or bothered to write down anything).

It’s something I will be doing for a very long time.

What was your favorite setup when it comes to the above mentioned bullet journal layout ideas?