Bullet journal collections are limitless in potential. Here are 32 unique ideas to help you get your juices flowing and your pen writing!
Table of Contents
- 1 There’s So Much Room for Activities!
- 2 What is a Bullet Journal Collection?
- 3 32 Bullet Journal Collections To Try
- 4 If I Didn't Need Money
- 5 Your Master Plan
- 6 The Reading Collection
- 7 Level 10 Life
- 8 Textbook Tracker
- 9 The List of 100
- 10 Create a Goals and Rewards Agreement
- 11 The Master Grocery List
- 12 The Recipe Bank
- 13 Meal Planning
- 14 Camping Planner
- 15 Self-Care Spreads
- 16 The Party Planner
- 17 Keep Health Trackers
- 18 A Summer Bucket List
- 19 An Autumn Bucket List
- 20 Memories Collection
- 21 Dream Vacation Savings Tracker
- 22 The Financial Planner
- 23 Blogging Collections
- 24 Teaching Collections
- 25 Student Collections
- 26 Weight Loss Trackers
- 27 The Long Game Christmas Gift List
- 28 The Show Tracker
- 29 An About Me Bullet Journal Layout
- 30 The Undo List
- 31 The Brain Dump
- 32 Create a Mind Map
- 33 The Ultimate Cleaning Calendar
- 34 Keep A Gratitude Collection
- 35 An Affirmation Log
- 36 No Boundaries
There’s So Much Room for Activities!
Whether you have been using a bullet journal for a day or a few years, then you know collections are freaking awesome. Dailies and monthlies are great. Future logs are super handy. Indexes? Wildly useful. But collections allow you to push past planning and into the more wild possibilities of a free form journal. You can dream of a different life, brainstorm new projects, or just get creative! So I’ve put together a list of 15 bullet journal collections that you need to try to really get the most out of your journal!
What is a Bullet Journal Collection?
A collection is a category page in your bullet journal that covers a specific problem or topic. This can take the form of a tracker, log, or simply a list. Collections allow you to better organize your bullet journal without worry about it getting too disorganized and scattered.
32 Bullet Journal Collections To Try
Bullet journal collections really are infinite in possibilities. There are so many ways to grow hobbies, expand knowledge, and investigate feelings with a simple blank spread. What are your favorite bullet journal collections? Tell me in the comments down below!
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