I’ve always been struggling to keep a diary more than 3 days in a raw. Since I started to use a bullet journal for my personal life, I regularly tried to have some gratitude log or memory log in my monthly spreads and dailies. But these journaling sections didn’t work for me either. As there’s been a lot going on in my personal life the past few weeks, I decided to give the journaling fever an other go, creating memory cards. On one side, the date of the day, and on the other, some blank space to write or draw my mood or memories. These memory cards are available as free printables.
New quarter means that there are new free printables on the blog for your bullet journal! They’re very similar to the Q2 printables as I kept the same baiscs: I created 3 planners with 3 different weekly layout, with a notebook version (handbinding needed) and a planner version (for ring planners or disc bound notebooks). I tweaked the headers a bit and I hope you’ll like them. I also added sheets of stickers to this bunch of printables, including index stickers, mini calendars to create future log, and more monthly and weekly resources. With these free printables, any notebook can be turned into a bullet journal in a few minutes.
I use several layouts in my bullet journals : horiontal and vertical templates, with some variations between my professional bullet journal and my personal bullet journal. I designed free printables based on my spreads to share these tried and true layouts with you. The free printables allow you to create refills for your planner or disc bound notebook, or to craft your own handbound notebook. The files are for 2017 Q2 and come with a bunch of stickers. The free printables stickers are meant to help you set-up minimal spreads in your own bullet journal. Download the file, print them and grab a cutter!