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Free PDF bullet journals
When I first heard about bullet journaling I thought that a simple Google search for a printable bullet journal would bring up loads of results…
I was directed to some beautifully crafted layout examples but for me it didn’t fit with the simplicity of bullet journaling.
So, I made my own printable bullet journal (and then one for my husband and another kids bullet journal for my niece!)
This post contains links to all of my free printable bullet journals.
A ready-made printable PDF bullet journal
For convenience, I’ve set up a PDF bullet journal so that you can download all you need in just one click.
However, if you prefer, you can also build your own bullet journal by choosing the various trackers and lists you want.
I’ll explain below how each page can be used.
Printable Index Page
The index page of your bullet journal is really important.
It is the page you’ll use to keep track of all other pages.
Printable Bullet Journal Calendar
Choose a one-page calendar and fill in the numbers so that you can use the PDF for years to come.
Monthly log Printable
A monthly log helps you to organize events and note tasks for completion each month.
Weekly log Printable
A weekly log will provide an overview of your upcoming week.
Use it to plan and schedule the week ahead.
The most basic weekly planner layout consists of seven sections…one for each day of the week.
You can find more weekly spread layouts here.
Daily Log Printable
Then comes your daily log.
Every morning ‘brain dump’ everything that is floating around in your head.
Use this opportunity to add focus to your day.
Are there any important things you need to get done?
Do you have any meetings or events to attend?
You can also record things like your water, fruit and veg consumption and daily exercise.
Practicing gratitude is great for your own wellbeing so, I also add a space to reflect after each day too.
Other bullet journal printables
One of the things I love about bullet journaling is that it is just so ridiculously simple to personalize and adapt.
There is no end to the list of habits, logs and trackers that you can include in your journal.
I’ve included some PDF templates for various habit trackers and logs:
You can download them all here:
There are some for garden planning:
Printing your bullet journal.
To save paper, it’s a good idea to set your printer to print the PDF bullet journal as a booklet using these instructions.
It fits 4 pages onto one page so uses just over 100 sheets of A4 paper for an entire years worth of bullet journaling.
If you only want to print a few pages (like the calendar) then just use a notebook and glue in the printed pages.
Let me know if you’d like any other free printable bullet journal templates.