I’m so excited to share this month’s ‘Bullet Journal Printables April’ with YOU. And to make it even better four of them are completely free, while you can get access to the other eleven for as little as $2. Amazing, right?
15 BULLET JOURNAL PRINTABLES APRIL 2017
Letâs get started, shall we?
A bullet journal is just not complete without a habit tracker. No matter if you use to track your water intake, social media schedule or exercise routine. It’s super versatile and helps you get rid of bad habits while implementing healthy ones. Just write down the habits you want to tackle on the left and fill out each box when you stuck to it. It’s as easy as that! You can see examples of mine in use here and here.
A monthly log is a short documentation of what you did each day of the month. By tracking your day-to-day-life with keywords and short phrases you really can apprechiate what you have accomplished this month. And you can make sure you focus your time and energy on the right tasks. To get the most out of this spread I recommend reviewing it at the end of each month and to take action on your learnings in the next. Examples in use here and here.
Tasks & Goals
This spread is all you need to crush your goals! Which I’m sure sounds surprising to you, since it’s essentially an empty page. But by limiting your goals and tasks to one single page, you really have to make them count. So this spread is only for those tasks that really push you forward and make you feel like a big success by the end of the month. Brainstorm what you want to do and then check all those little tasks and see which of them would make the biggest difference in your life right now. This not only applies to business goals, but also to improving your home, fitness and overall well-being. We often procrastinate by doing the easy or time-sensitive tasks instead of the ones that make the biggest difference. So be honest with yourself, find out what you truly want and take action on it! As always examples in use here and here.
The most fun page of them all. Get out your favorite pens and draw, doodle and write out the important things that happened this month. Those can be fun adventures with your friends, goals crushed or even something sad that happened and meant a lot to you. The idea is to have a twelve-page booklet at the end of the year, which allows you to recap quickly. I also love the idea of being able to show them to my grandkids one day and taking them on a time traveling adventure! Example in use for you here!
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UPDATED ON JULY 31st, 2018: Instead of getting the above printables sent per e-mail you now get access to my Free Resource Library. It entails over 50 beautiful printables including the Habit Tracker, Monthly Log, Tasks & Goals as well as Monthly Memories Layouts as shown above for each month of the year.
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 11 Printables, yes, ELEVEN! 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?
Since I slept really badly the last couple weeks I decided to design a dreamcatcher coloring page this month. It will go up on the wall right above my bed and will allow me to enjoy some quiet time by myself while coloring it in. I hope it can do the same for you and you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed creating it for YOU!
These weekly spreads are perfect for organizing your month. By separating tasks into time-sensitive on the right and ‘whenever-you-want-as-long-as-it-happens-this-week’ on the left you get less stressed and more done. We often tend to put a specific date and time on every task. No matter if it has a real deadline attached or not. By doing this we feel like a failure when we can’t stick to it and our whole timetables get screwed up as well. So instead I want you to set yourself up for success, by only putting a time stamp on tasks that have a real deadline and taking care of all other tasks in the ‘free time’ around it. 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!