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If you are just starting out on your bullet journal journey you may be looking for a few easier designs. The last thing anyone likes doing is putting time into something that they aren’t going to stick to using. I’ve put together a fantastic list of minimalist bullet journal pages to help you get started and get into the habit of using your bullet journal.


A minimalist bullet journal spread usually just focuses on the tasks that need to be accomplished. There aren’t fancy colors and the look can usually be accomplished with a ruler and a pen.

The most appealing part of having a minimalist bullet journal is they are easy to read, easy to follow, and don’t take a lot of time setting up. If you aren’t a doodler the minimalist bullet journal might be for you.

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The key to bullet journal success is making sure you get in the habit of using it daily. First use it for only the really important things, like tracking your schedule. Then later slowly add in extra pages and trackers to use.

If it’s not helpful you don’t need to keep it in your bullet journal. At this point my bullet journal is simply a place to right down my thoughts, plan out, brainstorm, and keep a gratitude log. That is what keeps it super useful to me so that is how I use it.

Your bullet journal could just be a place to keep you on track with your goals. It could only track habits. Or it could be everything you need in once place.

A minimalist bullet journal helps you figure this all out and keeps it all clean and neat. Let’s dive into our minimalist bullet journal spreads.

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Aand here comes my January set up! A little story behind first! (Because I just loooove writing long captions ?) So, I realized that many people are taking up #bulletjournaling as a new habit this year–a fact that I truly really LOVE. However, I still get so many people saying that they won't ever be ABLE to have a #bujo because they are not artistic at all. I found this reeeeaaally intriguing because (I'm going to repeat how most #bulletjournalers react to that) YOU DON'T NEED TO BE ARTSY TO HAVE A BUJO, seriously. So I decided to walk the talk here and prove that very statement ? All through January, I will apply a super minimalistic layout without any artsy fancy things. No doodles, no drawings, no brush letterings. I will also only use black pens in two different sizes (0.38 and 1.0) to create the layouts along with my usual multipen to fill it with my color-coding system. Let's start with this, a January cover ✨ What do you think? Tell meee ?

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New week, new month! I always liked the fresh start of a new month, but I enjoy it even more so now that I bullet journal. . These flowers are called saffron crocus, and they have these beautiful veins all through their petals, when I saw the photo of them I immediately wanted to draw them! And like their name suggests, they are how they grow the spice saffron ? . . . #bulletjournal #bulletjournaling #bujo #bulletjournalcommunity #bulletjournallove #bujoinspire #bujojunkies #bujoinspo #bujobeauty #bulletjournalss #bujoideas #bujoideasrepost #minimalistbujo #planwithme #showmeyourplanner #studyspo #studygram #showmeyourbulletjournal #doodles #drawings #weeklyspread #bujoweeklyspread #bujoweekly #floralsyourway #modernflorals101 #botanicallinedrawing

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With all these minimalist bullet journal spreads you are bound to find a style that suits you and your bullet journal. Remember, if you are just starting out keep your bullet journal simple while you get into the habit of using it.

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Which minimalist spreads interest you the most? Let me know in the comments below. Do you have bullet journal spreads you would like shared? Email them to [email protected] and they may be featured on an Instagram post and/or to the blog. Please leave your IG Username so I can tag you in the posts. Follow me on Pinterest for more like this and pin this to your Bullet Journal boards.

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