In the beginning of my Bullet Journal days, I hated the fact that my daily pages weren’t consistent. However, I came to like the fact that I have the opportunity to experiment with my lay-outs and find the layout that suits me best in the process. If you want a layout with lots of space for daily journaling or a layout with a minimal feeling, I have just the layout for you. In this blogpost I share 15 different Bullet Journal layouts from my Bullet Journal. Will you join me?
This is the very first daily page I created in my Bullet Journal. Even tough it is the first one, it is still my favorite layout of all time. Practical but with just enough color.
Another favorite is this layout that I also created somewhere in the beginning of my Bullet Journal career. This one has less straight lines and more round ones then the last layout. The tree on the left is the same one as the one in the previous layout, only now fall is proceeding into winter.
This layout is perfect in black and white. There is enough space for noting all daily tasks, only some less space for journaling. I love the font of the numbers, it’s so beautiful!
This layout makes me think of the christmas holiday, even without reading the journaling I did. The fine borders and the snowflakes bring back all memories. However, there is more then enough space for journaling, just in case.
A completely different layout then all previous ones. More modern and with smaller titles. This leaves more space for tasks and appointments.
The dotted line marks clearly where one day ends and another one starts.
Again a very different layout then the previous ones. Right beside the flags with the day and the date, there is enough space to write down all your tasks. Beneath that, there is more then enough space for daily journaling. This layout is perfect for those who want to combine their Bullet Journal and their daily journal.
A hand drawn and colored border gives some life to this quite simple layout.
This layout is perfect for those with just a small droplet of time or for those that simply don’t feel for spending time on creating complicated layouts for their Bullet Journal. Minimalistic, neat and functional.
As you can see, I often go back to the basis of the first daily layout I ever made in my Bullet Journal. This one is a typical example of such a layout. The shadows of the flags are subtile colored. No doodles or fancy borders this time. The subtle amount of color and the variance between tasks and journaling, gives enough excitement in this layout.
The titels are darker and more obvious then in the previous layout. Besides that, a lot of doodles are drawn in order to make this layout stand out.
In this layout I have tried something new with the titles of the days. Emphasis is more on the days instead of on the dates.
Now and then it can be very handy to know on what time of the day you are the most productive. In this layout I experimented with time tracking. Both circles resemble 12 hours. This gives you the opportunity to track your activities a whole day long. However, I wasn’t really content with this method, so after three days, I stopped making these circles.
A new favorite. The font for writing down my daily tasks is now different then before. Also, the often used flags for marking the days are replaced by squares. Less ink is needed in order to give these squares proper shadows. On the bottom of the page, there is some light pink washi tape with golden details. I think this is my favorite washi tape ever!
Last but not least, this again somewhat more minimalistic black and white layout. The digital times resemble the date with the day of the weer written beneath them. Little black and white doodles or inspiring quotes could make this layout even more of a success.
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What is your favorite daily spread?