22 FREE Bullet Journal Printables That Are Ridiculously Useful
Bullet Journal Printables – Our Top Picks!
Living your best life is about to get easier thanks to these awesome free bullet journal printables.
As you may know, there are so many amazing BUJO layouts and ideas all over Instagram. It’s hard not to feel a little green with envy from time to time, right?
With the help of some printable bullet journal goodness, you can fake it till you make it!
In this post you’ll discover the best downloadable PDF templates to use in your bullet journal this year. Even better – we only included FREE printables to help you get organized.
Down below are weekly spreads, habit trackers, cute stickers, hand-drawn doodles, and more!
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22 Free Bullet Journal Printables
Printable Bullet Journal Pages
1. Bullet Journal Dot Grid Printable
If you’re going be bullet journalling;
Know that you always have the option to print dot grid paper instead of buying a journal.
Jazmin from SavorandSavvy.com has you covered. She made free printable dot grid paper which you can format to fit any size paper. It’s super handy.
But if you don’t want to assemble your own BUJO from scratch…
These are the best cheap bullet journal notebooks on the market right now.
2. Books to Read/Books I’ve Read
There are so many books I want to read. But all too often I forget about them because I didn’t write the title down.
Have you run into this problem, too?
Well, this free bullet journal printable will help nix that issue.
Heidi from Starts at Eight made cute bullet journal templates to track what books you want to read, as well as the ones you’ve already read. Book titles go on to any of the pre-drawn books.
I love the simple ingenuity! It’s just one of many free bullet journal printables that will come in handy this year.
3. Water Tracker 8 Glasses/Day
Becky at CleanMama.com made these adorable water trackers.
The free printable is available in 4 variations. You can choose between water bottles or glasses that are either empty or filled with water.
4. Plants Mood Tracker
I don’t think there’s anything not to love about this cool plant mood tracking page courtesy of RadPlanner.com. It’s so on trend for the year and the graphics are fun to color!
You’ll find some more printable mood tracker designs in the post linked below, too.
5. Movies I’ve Watched
Out of all these free bullet journal templates, this one might the one that will get the most use from me. Because I watch a lot of movies.
Keep a running list of all the movies you’ve seen with these printable pages.
365DaysofJournaling.com even suggests adding in your ratings for each movie, and I think that’s a great idea.
Weekly Spread Printables
6. Habits, Meals, & Planning
This free bullet journal printable is a great weekly layout.
MarriedtotheEarth.com even included a spot to jot down the weather forecast for the week. I love all the fonts used.
It’s an excellent option of many bullet journal templates for keeping track of your daily life.
7. Lovely Weekly Planner
Armed with this adorable weekly planner (designed by me), your to do list doesn’t stand a chance.
Use the FREE template to get organized and supercharge your productivity!
Bullet Journal Calendar Printables
8. Minimalist Overview for the Year
All credit for the year at a glance calendar printables above goes to 101planners.com, There are quite a few designs to choose from and you can download any of them for free!
These ones are perfect if you want a minimalist, but still hand drawn, look.
9. Fabulous One Page Templates
If simplicity is your jam, you’ll be into these calendar templates created by LovelyPlanner.com.
The example image above shows a few, but there 24 different designs available. From bold fonts to pretty scripts, calligraphy and more–picking your favorite one will be the hardest part!
And with 3 pre-formatted sizes (US letter, Classic Happy Planner, and A5), printing is quick and easy.
10. Monthly Vertical Date Strips
Maddie at LovelyPlanner.com also made this next printable! It’s a unique spin on the essential bullet journal calendar printable and I’m totally digging it.
The strips are dated for each month of the year and come in 3 color options.
Hand Drawn Bullet Journal Printables
11. Water Intake Tracker
Now on my list of free bullet journal printables comes this Water Intake Tracker page!
It comes from PrintScribblesCo.com and it’s one of my favorites out of all these bullet journal templates!
Keep track of your health goals, all while keeping your bullet journal looking majorly Instagram worthy.
12. Days, Weeks, & Number Tracing Sheets
You may not have been born with a natural talent for perfectly neat handwriting, but practice makes better! And these printable tracing sheets from LovelyPlanner.com are a BIG help.
Lay a piece of tracing paper over top of each page so you can practice over and over again until you’ve got the hang of it.
13. Polaroid Mood Tracker Printable
With mini polaroid pictures, plus hand-drawn clouds, stars, and moons–this mood tracker is beyond cute! Somekindwords is the bujo extraordinaire behind this design.
And lucky for all of us, she was kind enough to share it as free downloadable PDF. You can find it at the end of the post linked below!
14. Mystical Habit Tracker
And to go with the previous printable:
Somekindwords also made a habit tracker with the same mystical vibes! I love hand-drawn stuff and this page rocks.
15. Kickass Savings Tracker
Savings trackers are a great way to motivate yourself to reach your savings goals.
Dannie of American Girl Hong Kong World comes to the rescue by providing us with our next free printable for bullet journals:
This Kickass Savings Tracker page!
Color in each block as you watch your savings grow.
16. Flower Cup Mood Tracker Page
This free printable page for bullet journals is more than just adorable. It’s super useful!
It’s a mood tracker page, made by Tracey from SpaceandQuiet.com.
It allows you to analyze how you felt during the month. Then you can find your patterns and make positive adjustments in your life.
17. Gratitude Jar
Tracey from SpaceandQuiet.com has lots of great free printables – like this cute gratitude jar.
Fill it with things you’re grateful for during the year to stay grounded.
Bullet Journal Stickers
18. Cute Lil’ Calendars
These stickers don’t have dates but that means you can use them year after year. I love the way they look.
Ashley at PlannerLoveAndPrintables.com is kind enough to share them for free.
19. Mini Calendar Tabs
Maddie from LovelyPlanner.com did such a good job on these mini calendar tab stickers. The little tabs make flipping through your bullet journal breeze!
You can download them in 3 different colors (rainbow, white, & pastel pink) and 2 different sizes.
20. Savings Jars
Do you have any savings goal that you’re trying to reach?
This printable from LovelyPlanner.com can help keep you on track.
21. Academic Stickers for School
These next bullet journal stickers are perfect for students!
There’s a little bit of everything on the sheet from VintageGlamStudio.com.
22. Tropical Coffee Cups
Little coffee cups are a fun way to decorate your bullet journal. The palm leaf designs will really add a little something extra to weekly spreads.
You can score these stickers at LovelyPlanner.com.
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So that concludes this list of the most useful free bullet journal printables. It goes to show you how possible it is to create your own beautiful, insta-worthy journal when you have a little help.
Hopefully there are a few that you absolutely love and can’t wait to use. Let me know which ones you liked best!
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