You gotta eat every day. Your bullet journal helps you keep you organized every day. So it’s a no-brainer to incorporate food into your bujo routine. Check out what other bullet journalists have been cooking in their bujos with these bullet journal meal planning and food log ideas. Bon appetit!
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- Clean eating, all-natural recipes book all hungry girls need
- Complete beginner's guide to easy meal prep
- Perfect post-it size for a recipe bank, stickies to do your food inventory or this popular perforated meal planning templates that'll last the entire year
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Bullet journal meal idea list
Do a brain dump of meal ideas based on ingredient. (via @maryj13)
Go to meals
A simple spread of go-to meals based on the length of time gives you options for busy or lazy nights. (via Bullet Journal )
Bullet journal meal planner and grocery list
Such a simple hack for your grocery list. One column to indicate what you already have and one to check if you need to get it from the supermarket. You can also find some free planner sticker printables for meal planning to save you even more time. (via @boho.berry)
Meal planning is so much easier when you know what’s in stock at home. (via @lifebywhitney)
Bullet journal for diet and health
What you feed your body is vital to your overall health. Be sure to check out my post on tracking physical fitness and using a bullet journal for weight loss. Below are additional example spread ideas.
Planning out your diet increases the likelihood that you’ll stick to it. A spread like this is perfect because you write the general principles of the diet plan you are following, and ideas for each type of meal. Notice that they are not totally specific, but rather food groups so you have flexibility in what you eat. (via Christina 77 Star)
Tracking your eating times, what you eat and your hunger levels will make you more conscious of your eating habits, and can help improve your eating habits. (via Sublime Reflection)
Clean eating and diet foods
Even if you are healthy enough that you don’t need to lose any weight, it’s a good idea to have a list of what’s healthy to eat. (via @pageflutter)
Food heals. It’s great to know the health benefits of some of nature’s best ingredients. (via @craftyenginerd)
Bullet journal food log
What you eat is one of the many things you can track in your bullet journal.
Maybe you’ll see that you eat too much of one thing and not enough of another and help you adjust for a more well-balanced diet. (via Pin source)
Or perhaps you could see if there may be correlations with sleep, energy, or other aspects that you’re tracking for mental health in your bullet journal.
Have a list of your favorite recipes based on category like meal or food group. (via @my.life.in.a.bullet)
Logging recipes in text and doodles makes it more fun to follow the instructions. (via T Matthews Fine Art)
Restaurants to try
Always nice to explore new places to eat in your neighborhood and expand your palate. (via Hello Deborah)
Or if you’re planning for upcoming travel in the bullet journal, you can also create a spread to mark must-visit eateries on a map.
This rounds up the buffet of bullet journal meal planning and food log ideas. So much inspiration to digest!