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Digital Bullet Journal Templates

One of my favorite things about planning digitally is that I can create a template page and then copy and paste it into my planner to use over and over again. This not only saves time, but also allows for my planner to look cohesive from start to finish. To learn more about how to make your planner cohesive check out Elements to Make Your Bullet Journal Cohesive.

I plan digitally, using an iPad and the application GoodNotes Adonit Dash 3 Stylus from Amazon. These spreads were made on GoodNotes5, but are easily exported to be used on GoodNotes4. If you are curious to why I plan digitally check out my blog post Switching to a Digital Planner-Paperless Planning.

In this blog post I share the bullet journal templates that I use yearly, monthly, and weekly. I also included links to all of the original blog posts that these spreads come from. Those links provide more information on the spread and how to create your own.

What I do with the templates that I have created is have a separate notes book within GoodNotes that is only used for templates. This helps to keep everything organized and allows me to easily copy and paste a template from my template notebook to another notebook I have in GoodNotes.

Yearly Mood Tracker

This is a template and spread that I have been using for four years now. Since I have the template saved in my template notebook on GoodNotes I can easily copy and paste it into each my bullet journal each year. Throughout the years I have kept the same colors and key, but have changed the title and header. For more on my yearly bullet journal check out New Year Bullet Journal Set Up.

Monthly Trackers

Also included in my New Year Bullet Journal Set Up is my monthly spreads. These are also spreads that I keep a template of so that it is easier to set up each month. The monthly spreads that I use are a health tracker and workout tracker. To learn more about health trackers check out this blog post The Only Habit/Health Tracker That You Need in Your Bullet Journal. For more ideas of exercise and fitness trackers check out Bullet Journal Fitness and Workout Spread Ideas. For the monthly habit/health tracker I have a 28 day, 30 day, and 31 day version.

Weekly Spreads 

I have a few different weekly spread layouts that I mainly use in my bullet journal. To save time each week when I create my weekly spread I have created templates that I can easily copy and paste. Above is an example of one of the weekly spread templates that I use in my bullet journal. For more ideas on Minimal Weekly Bullet Journal Spread Layouts check out this blog post. 

Cleaning Schedule 

Another spread that I have used for more than one year now is a cleaning schedule. I have used a variation of this spread over the years but created this particular template last year and continued to use it this year. For more ideas on Bullet Journal Cleaning Schedule and List Ideas check out this blog post. 

Recipe Templates

Something that I created over my winter break from school was a recipe book. When making my own recipe book I came up with a number of different templates. To learn more about how to create your own recipe book check out 5 Layouts for a Bullet Journal Recipe Book

Weekly Element Template

Another Template that I keep in my template notebook on GoodNotes is a page with all the elements that I could use in a weekly spread. This allows me to easily copy and paste the element into a weekly spread without having to redraw it each week or for each day.  

This blog post is meant as inspiration for creating a minimal, creative and functional journal layouts. Happy planning!!

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