With these 17 Bullet Journal Printables July 2017 we have reached a full year of my monthly Bullet Journal Freebies. I can’t believe it! It seems like yesterday that I embarked on this wonderful journey of starting my own blog and sharing my passion for paper-based planning systems with YOU. A lot has happened since: The most exciting thing being that I just handed in the manuscript for my very own planner. If everything goes according to plan it will be available in German bookstores in September 2017.
I would love to celebrate this milestone with you big time later in July! Make sure you are subscribed to my email list, so you can’t miss it! For now, I wish you all a most fantastic Summer and I hope the freebies below will help you crush your goals this month!
17 Bullet Journal Printables July 2017
Let’s get started, shall we?
A habit tracker is like a mirror. It shows you exactly how well you took care of yourself and your goals. So don’t only use it to track your habits but also use it to review them by the end of each month. Otherwise, nothing will probably change. A review doesn’t need to be something complex. Just open it up on the 31st, see where your strength and weaknesses lie and reevaluate your priorities. Based on that set up your Habit Tracker for August and try your very best to take good care of yourself! You can see examples of mine in use here and here.
This one is also with me since the beginning. Since I’m a perfectionist, nothing I do is ever enough. So when the end of the month comes around I often feel like I wasted a lot of time and didn’t get anything done. This is where the Monthly Log becomes very handy. Because it shows me exactly how much I did or not did accomplish this month and allows me to have a realistic look at my achievements. Examples in use here and here.
Tasks & Goals
If I don’t have time to set up my weekly and daily spreads, this one makes sure I still stay on top of my tasks. It has the most important tasks and goals for the month written out. Those are the tasks that really get me closer to my big goals. The ones I can’t miss!
I think it is really important that you never lose sight of what matters the most to you. And I know it’s easier to do the dishes instead of writing your paper, but we both know what counts in the long run! I’m totally that girl who reorganizes and cleans her whole apartment when a task scares her too much! But I also learned that when I tackled that big scary task and finally did it, I feel like I’m on top of the world. And oftentimes I realized it wasn’t as scary as I thought it to be. So go for it! I truly believe you can do anything if you give it your all and don’t let setbacks freeze you! As always examples in use here and here.
The Memories Page is a more visual documentation of what has happened this month. And is more focused on special events and milestones than on everyday tasks. With cute doodles and creative lettering, you can create a 12-page booklet which represents your year. Now imagine having a journal full of them and being able to show them to your grandkids one day. Just wonderful! Example in use for you here!
GET YOUR FREE BULLET JOURNAL PRINTABLE KIT RIGHT HERE!
July long gone? Don’t worry! I send out a new Free Printable Bundle one week before the start of each month! And, of course, you get the current one as soon as you sign up!
Still not enough?
You already subscribed, downloaded and printed the freebies above? Awesome! Now you have the absolute essentials in your bullet journal to increase your productivity monthly. The following 13 Printables, yes, THIRTEEN! will take it one step further and make sure you improve your personal system each and every week. And to make it all more fun one of them also allows you to be wonderfully creative!
Let’s have a look, shall we?
The Hello July Coloring Page features a compass inspired mandala-design. You can use it to separate one month from the next in your Bullet Journal or you can just use it on its own. For me this compass points to the four seasons of the year instead of the cardinal points. So this will be my personal guideline while filling it with color Do you think using different colors in each quarter can work, or should it be all the same?
As someone who only used monthly and daily spreads for a long while, weekly pages are such a nice change. And super helpful too! It was like going from A to Z, without learning the rest of the alphabet. They help me break my big monthly goals down but still give me space to move things around. Which reduces a lot of stress! Beforehand I would plan out exactly what to do each day. And so if I missed a day I was unable to keep up with the workload I had set myself. Now I only plan out my weekly spreads one week at a time as well as my daily spreads one night before the new day begins. Therefore I can adjust my schedule on a day to day basis, prevent burnouts as well as the kind of procrastination which results out of knowing that you can’t keep up with your timetable anyway. Amazeballs! You can see these spreads in action here and here.
What you need to do to get your hands on these beauties
I don’t want you missing out on these wonderful printables because money is an issue, so here’s what I did: I set the price at $12, but at checkout, the system will be set to accept anything over $2. So you could technically put in $2, $8, $12, $25, … and it would work for YOU! Wundertastisch, right? 😀 Bullet Journaling can do so much for you and I don’t want money to be the reason you didn’t crush your goals this year!