The bullet journal can increase your productivity and organize your entire life for sure, but it doesn’t mean that you can’t use it for recreational purposes!
Although these aren’t must-have bullet journal pages, it’ll be fun to play around with these leisure bujo layouts in your bullet journal.
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- Comprehensive bullet journaling roadmap* with printable bujo pages
- Listen to any of the songs from this massive collection*on the go
- Tons of movies and shows to choose from*
And see the BEST supplies for your bullet journal starter kit as recommended by top bullet journalists across the web.
(This one's becoming an increasingly popular bujo notebook*.)
Make upGot a stash of makeup? Why not create a library of the different cosmetics you own and possible makeup application and combo ideas. (via Make Up)
Nail polishSame goes for your nail polish collection. It’s also a great way to log the names so when you run out, it’ll be easy to find a refill. (via Annorshine)
Books to readWhether or not you’re an avid reader, here’s a fun way to keep a list of the titles you’d like to read. Access them easily on your Kindle. (via @that_journal)
Music playlistKeep a list of your favorite songs in your bullet journal. I will always have a soft spot for this band. And yes, I am that old. (via @amy.studies)
LyricsSome lyrics and artists soothe you, so why not keep a list of them in your bujo to remind you whenever you need a small pick me up? Her songs are catchy. (via Pin image)
Movie trackerGotta love the camera and film reel of this bullet journal spread, no? My favorite movie when I was growing up. And I may or may not have pretended I was the main little girl character… (via Pin image)
Things to tryThings to try, I want to learn to, and things to do when bored are pretty much variations of the same thing. But nice to have when you need an idea and can’t think of anything. (via Pepper and Twine)
Crafts or hobbies
Incorporate your hobbies into your bujo notebook.
For example, if you’re a crafter, it would make sense to use your bullet journal to create reference pages or help you track progress on your projects. If you crochet, for example, some bullet journal page ideas include: crochet hooks, yarn types, patterns, row tracker. (via Sam Granger)
Camp checklistSummer is the perfect time for outdoor activities. Whether you’re planning a vacation in your bullet journal or a camping trip, your bujo is the perfect space to keep notes and plan out the details. You can create simple lists or make it more visually appealing with doodles. (via @the_sisters_bujo)
Party planningUse your bullet journal to mark the important details of an upcoming celebration like the when, where, what’s on the menu, invitation list. (via Pin image)
Hygge habitsMove aside feng shui, hygge’s in town. Never heard of it? It’s a Danish term acknowledging a special feeling of coziness and charm that’s kinda like a lifestyle trend to aspire to. (via Page Flutter)
GardeningBe at one with nature, and save the planet and our ecosystem by trying your hand at gardening these plants to save the bees. (via @crafyenginerd)
Lunar phasesWeather is one thing that some bullet journalists track in their bullet journal, but how about the lunar phases? You should also check out the neat moon-inspired spread featured in my bullet journal mood tracker showcase. (via @the.bullet.journey)
SportsWhether you like taking an active part in sports or enjoy watching it from the comfort of your couch, a bullet journal is the perfect place to record stats throughout the season. (via @craftyenginerd)
Bullet journal themesDedicate your bullet journal pages to specific themes, like specific flowers or animals, your favorite Disney movie, or a Harry Potter bullet journal.
Don’t bullet journal pages like these make bullet journaling so enjoyable? Try any of these bullet journal layouts just for fun in your bujo.
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