50+ Best Bullet Journal Layout Ideas for 2020 Setup

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I hate feeling stuck. It just makes me want to give up entirely. Not knowing what to do or create when you are so pumped about something (in this case, I was stuck with my bullet journal layout) is one of the most annoying things ever.

There are so many bullet journal layout ideas out there but it can get pretty overwhelming if you don’t know what spread do you really want to put in.

So first, decide which ones do you think would be useful and inspire you at the same time. Because let’s be honest here, bullet journaling can be boring too. That’s why making sure you have nice layouts would be super helpful to keep you going.

Here are my favorites spreads that I put on my bullet journal:

  • Goals
  • Bucket list
  • Brain dump
  • Habit tracker
  • Mood tracker
  • Gratitude page
  • Future log
  • Birthday/Events
  • Things I’d love to spend money on
  • Daily Tasks
  • Budget tracker
  • Saving tracker
  • Packing list
  • Debt tracker
  • Bucket list
  • Books to read
  • Gifts page

Ok, now let’s go to the fun part. Which is, getting creative with your layout. I mostly don’t do crazy stuff with it and one of the reasons is because I’m bad at drawing (not so surprising, I know).

But at the same time, I still want my bullet journal layout to look great so in the end, I’d get a maximum result which is, feeling good and productive.

So in case you ever feel stuck like me on how to make your bullet journal layout look great and still very useful, check out this inspiration below:

Cover Page

Oh gosh, who doesn’t love this part? The cover page on your bullet journal might be the main highlight because it’ll show what theme are you focusing on.

If you are a minimalist and don’t do too much on the cover art, then adding an inspirational quote that resonates best with you will help you stay motivated.

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Habit Tracker

Habit tracker can be super useful for you because it’s gonna make you track your habits every single day so you can see results way much easier that way.

I also believe when you track your habits constantly, it’s gonna make you feel more motivated each day. It makes you feel like you are making progress and there is no better feeling for a human than feeling like they’ve accomplished something.

So make sure to put one in your bullet journal layout.

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To-Do/Tasks

Here come the mundane things. You may not be psyched about this one page but feel like you still need to put on your bullet journal because… hey, we are human and we forget things sometimes.

You clearly don’t have to make it super artistic but creating them appealing will make you excited to go writing down the task and nail the day!

Take a look at some of these to-do/task layouts. One of them might suit your style (hopefully).

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Mood Tracker

Ok. who else feels like they are the most emotional person on earth? I literally do feel like I am, most of the time. And it’s hard to be aware of it if you don’t track your mood during the day.

If you don’t get used to this page one yet, try to stop once in a while during your busy day and ask yourself, “how do I feel right now?”. By acknowledging how you are feeling, you’ll become more aware of what’s happening around you and think clearly before you take any decision.

Once you get used to asking yourself that question every day, try to put this mood tracker in your bullet journal layouts and be excited to track it every day.

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Bucket List

If you love planning for trips, having a bucket list page on your bullet journal is a must. I find myself always feel excited filling up this section. I’d put just every place that I want to visit and sometimes I’d go further by making a list of exact spots I wanna go.

Instead of just writing down the name of the countries/cities, try to be specific about it. Let your imaginations run wild. Write down everything you want to be doing in that place. Because just like successful people say all the time, everything begins in your mind.

I found this very true. Because right after I put down everything on a paper, I’ll look back and my mind suddenly becomes very excited and start trying to find a way to make it happen.

Also, this not only can apply to travel plan but basically anything that you want to be doing in your life. Another example might be the things you love to use. For me, it’s Kanken bag packs.

But in the meantime, take a look at these bucket list inspiration layout ideas to keep you motivated and hopeful.

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Future Log

This layout is almost the same with the bucket list but the difference is in this layout, you can cover all the upcoming events; birthday party, weddings, any hangouts with overseas friends, home renovation, doctor appointments, concerts and etc.

Basically anything that you know for sure will come up in the next 3-6 months so you won’t forget. This also can be broken down into a monthly future log.

I don’t always remember people’s birthdays. I missed my mother’s birthday last year and still feel guilty about it. That’s why I use this future log to make sure I don’t miss important dates.

Check this out to find any ideas for the future log:

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Best Bullet Journal Supplies for Beginners

There are so many supplies that you can use on your bullet journal spreads but that would be too overwhelming especially when you just started.

So here are my favorite ones that I highly recommend for beginner bullet journalists.

Dotted Grid Journal

Tombow Dual Brushes

Sakura Pigma Pens

Washi Tapes

Ok, there you go guys. Do let me know if you find this bullet journal layout list useful. It means the world to me knowing someone reading this and leave with feeling inspired. Do comment below if you have any other suggestions.I’d truly appreciate it. :)

 

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