Welcome to a new month of Free Organizational Printables. The March Edition includes four Bullet Journal Templates which are simple to use and an awesome way to get more organized. They are tailored to fit your A5 Bullet Journal or Personal Planner perfectly. And thanks to their black and white design they can fit any color scheme. Enjoy!
Free Organizational Printables
The following four printable templates are all you need to create your monthly bullet journal setup. They are fully focused on improving your productivity while keeping it as simple as possible. If anything seems unclear or you don’t know how to use a printable in detail have a look at my Free 7-Day E-Course. It explains in detail how you can get the most out of each of these spreads and it also includes a few more free printables for you to use. With this step-by-step guide, you will set up your personal planner in no time and stay on top of your to-do list each and every month.
Simple Monthly To Do List Printable
This is the first list I fill out every month. Before doing so ask yourself: What is your main goal this month? What does truly matter to you? Only tasks that support this goal go on your monthly to-do list. Why? Because that way you can make sure you are fully focused on what can improve your life long term. Make sure to copy these tasks on your weekly and daily lists as well and mark them as a high priority. These are the task that should get done first before you deal with the day to day grind.
Want to know more about how to prioritize your tasks and stick to this list? Let me know by commenting on this post.
Habit Tracker Layout Printable
A monthly habit tracker is a must have for me in my bullet journal. It allows me to track my behavior daily, figure out what habits I’m good at and which ones let me struggle. When we document them day after day it’s easy to see where our strengths and weaknesses lie. So give it a go!
Tip: You can use this tracker for other purposes as well. Feel free to use it as a health tracker, weight tracker or fitness tracker. Or do all in one. The possibilities are endless.
Memories Spread for your Bullet Journal
The most fun of all bullet journal spreads if you ask me. Get creative. Doodle. Draw. Hand-letter to your heart’s content. Focusing on all the moments that were important to you this month. This could include achievements, fun time with friends, milestones and everything else you want to remember.
Tip: Secure a section of your bullet journal (12 pages) for this purpose only. By doing so you will have a little booklet at the end of the year. And you can flip through and remember everything page by page.
Minimalist Monthly Log
A monthly log is perfect to get an idea of how you spend your time. By documenting your days in keywords and short phrases you get an overview of your priorities. I highly recommend reviewing this page at the end of each month and adjusting your schedule for the next one based on your learnings.
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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.
Free Mandala Printables
Have you signed up for your free printable bundle above? Perfect! I absolutely love creating printables and sharing them with you. It’s such a fun way to not only get more productive but to also more creative. That being said I also created free mandala printables to say thank you for all your support the past couple months. You can find them right here.
If you loved my freebies so far I’m sure you will also enjoy the Journaltastisch Planner 2018. It consists of over 200 printables as well as a detailed guide on how to use them all. All the details are only one mouse click away : )
How to create your own personal planner from scratch
Creating your own bullet journal/personal planner from scratch can seem like a daunting task. Especially with all these stunning examples out there. It’s so easy to get overwhelmed and to not knowing where to start. Since I struggled with this a lot at the beginning of my own journey two years ago I created a Free 7-Day E-Course which takes you through the process step by step. You don’t need any expensive tools or fancy decorations. Feel free to sign up right away down below or learn more about what is included on this page.
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