Stumped as to what to include in your bullet journal? Amazed by the beautiful and creative spreads you see all over Instagram and Pinterest? Regularly find yourself wondering — how the heck do they come up with these ideas?
Girl, I hear you. Me too.
There was a period a few months back where I would watch people I admire on the web FILL their books, while I was barely moving along as I was primarily using it for calendaring. There is nothing wrong with that approach, by any means. This system is great because it can be whatever you need it to be. But I knew I needed it to be more for me.
I found myself searching for bullet journal spread ideas or bullet journal collection ideas and was overwhelmed. Don’t get me wrong – there are a TON of great ones out there. But I wanted something without any of the core BuJo spreads in it (since those are all perfectly described and laid out on Ryder’s page).
So back in June, I created a list of bullet journal collection ideas that I decided to turn into a free printable for our subscribers. I happily hit send on that email, and then forgot all about the resource. The other day, someone approached me asking how I come up with what to include in my journal, and I realized I couldn’t point them to the resource. Eek! How did I forget to do a blog post about this?!
So here it is. A printable full of bullet journal collection ideas.
Seriously, you guys. This is a HUGE list you won’t want to miss.
All you have to do is sign up for our email list and the list is yours! Best of all — being on our list means you’ll never miss exclusive members only bullet journal content in the future.
So what are your waiting for?