Free Bullet Journal Printables

Free Bullet Journal Printables

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I really love routine. My morning routine is something I strictly follow for my own sanity.

I start by making breakfast for all the kids. Or, you know- pouring cereal and milk.

My coffee gets started and then I pull out my big blue binder.

I write down everything I need to do that day. You can check out my tips on making a great to do list here.

I avoided the bullet journal craze for a long time. I see those pages and although they are gorgeous all I can think is how much time it must take each morning to draw them. I mean- I am lucky if I eat breakfast before noon. There is no way I have time to make a pretty to do list every morning.

But the more I see the bullet journal pages on Pinterest and Instagram the more I love the look of them. They are (usually) so nice and neat looking and I love how people add little pictures and quotes and pretty things. I really like the look I just don’t have the time to draw them!

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So I sat down one evening with my computer and made out a bullet journal page for each day of the week. Well, minus Sunday. Sunday it’s all about making it to church on time and having lunch ready when we get home.

So if you have been thinking about bullet journaling but just don’t have the time to make them out each morning maybe this is for you! Each page has a different layout with similar sections: morning routine, things to accomplish, verse of the day, favorite part of the day, and water intake. Each page also has a different quote.

Then of course, there is plenty of room for your own creativity. Check them out below!

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25 thoughts on “Free Bullet Journal Printables

  1. These are so cute!! I tried Bullet Journaling last year and I too was down the rabbit hole on pinterest for days lost in all the lovely layouts. Then my friend gave me a Passion Planner for Christmas and I’ve been using that but the pull to draw is strong! Thanks for a great resource and I love how each one is different 🙂

    1. Thanks for stopping by! Yes Pinterest does have endless ideas, doesn’t it?! I have never heard of a Passion Planner but now I am interested…might go google that 🙂 Enjoy the printables!

  2. How cute are those?! Good job, Sandy. I’ve been doing the bullet planner for over a year now, and it works fairly well for me, but I’m beginning to see some cracks, so I might change some things up next year. Mine is in a bound journal type thing though. Your pages are darling, thanks for sharing. 🙂 ((hug))

    1. I like to change it up pretty often so I understand wanting something different next year. Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Thanks for sharing… your pages are super cute! I haven’t really used print outs for my journal before, but am thinking it is something I should consider. I currently use a bound notebook that I hand create each page… which is relaxing in itself. Happy Friday!

    Lisa at Dreams and Caffeine

    1. It must be relaxing to create each page by hand. I think if I had the time it would be something I could enjoy. Thanks for stopping by!

  4. This are adorable! So creative! I’m with you … no time to draw things out each day. I like efficient! I keep a running list with a section at the top for today’s top five, but I have to say, I like yours better!

    1. Today’s top 5 is a really good idea. I have a running “spring cleaning” list although it turns into summer cleaning then fall cleaning then winter cleaning…lol. But I do grab a couple things from that list each week and try to get them done. That’s where I think I could use your top 5 idea!

  5. I keep hearing a lot about the bullet journaling and I haven’t even looking into it yet , but these pages are so cute and look like so much fun… you are tempting me to check this out more – 🙂 Thanks for linking up with #TuneInThursday last week. Hope to see you tomorrow too.

    1. It took me a while to finally try it out. I am so glad I did! It even has gotten me into sketching a little bit. I find it really relaxing! Thanks for stopping by!

  6. so cute! I’ve seen some bullet journal pages and instructions that were a bit overwhelming. I love your style and simplicity. Thanks for sharing these with us last week at our Encouraging Hearts & Home Blog Hop!

    1. Thanks for your input! It’s so nice to hear what you like about my printables and even better that it’s exactly what I like about them! Thanks for hosting that link up every week and thanks for stopping by!

  7. Hi, I’ve tried a couple times to subscribe in order to download these but haven’t been getting an email for it. Are these still available to download, or is it maybe a bug? I first tried sometime yesterday or the day before and haven’t gotten the subscription email. Thx!

    1. Thanks for letting me know about the problem! If you’d like to email me ( I can send you the link directly while I try to figure out the problem!

  8. cannot subscribe! Its making me very sad.. :..( I love your site and your pages but cant get this thing to work. No e-mails, posts or anything. Please help. My name is Lisa Shockey and my e-mail is Thank you and have a blessed day!

    1. I am so sorry about that! I’ve added you to my email list and I just emailed you a link to my printables! Please let me know if you still have trouble after that! Thanks for your interest!

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