We recently discovered the world of bullet journaling and we are excited to see that the bullet journal system is simple. It allows for individual customization and creativity.
Bullet Journaling is a method of organizing and tracking the tasks using a system of different symbols that you draw next to your tasks to indicate their status. As a task’s status changes, its bullet “•” is also changes to a different symbol: “X” for a completed task, “>” for a migrated task, “<” for a scheduled task, etc.
This method typically spans multiple pages, similar to a planner. Its where you can track and move your tasks by the year, month, and week. The bullet journaling community very often uses dotted journals or dot paper in a binder to create and customize their own planners.
This bullet journal template includes the future log, monthly and weekly pages in separate worksheets. It allows you to choose the year, month and start day, and automatically updates all the dates for you. The margins are design to work in a three-ring binder. If you prefer going paper-free you can use them in Excel like a digital journal.
Each page also includes the common bullet symbols in dropdowns for easy access. It allows you to fill the pages in Excel, with tasks, events, notes and more. If you have different bullet symbols to use, we’ve made it easy to customize and add your own.
The pre-designed pages and date automation are perfect if you like the bullet journaling system.
Printable Dotted Paper for Bullet Journaling
If you want to save the time and cost of finding and buying a blank journal with dot grid paper, simply print out the dot paper as you need it. It uses a 5mm dot grid, can be printed on one or both sides of a page. Its margins are 3-ring binder.
How to Get Started with Bullet Journaling
For a quick and budget friendly way to try our bullet journaling. We recommend printing out a few pages of the dotted paper.