I have been working on my digital bullet journal since last year. Over time I realized that I became more dependant on my iPad and phone to track my school assignments and personal things.
On this blog post, I will share with you: my digital bullet journal layout and setup. I hope you find it interesting and inspirational to create your own.
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- Check out my Bullet Journal Pinterest board for awesome layouts, setups, and ideas.
The printables that you see in my bullet journal were created by me and I will link them in the image for your convenience.
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My Digital Bullet Journal:
The first page has the title of my journal and my name. I wanted to keep the first page simple and elegant.
The second page has an inspirational quote on the left and details about me on the right. I loved the way this two pages looked in my paper journal. I wanted to recreate them digitally to keep the beauty of my original bullet journal.
Any app that you use is perfect for a digital planner. All three apps sync with the iPhone and iPad. You don’t need the apple pencil to draw, but it makes drawing and note taking on the iPad faster and smoother. If you are deciding between buying it or not, buy it! It is worth the money (it only works with the iPad pro).
The index took me a while to figure out. I wasn’t sure about the order of the pages. I knew I wanted every link to be clickable (with a hyperlink).
For the key section, I wanted to mix both my school color coded classes and the regular key section.
To keep track of my upcoming assignments, I created a calendar overview tracker. On the left, I have the calendar and on the right my color coded classes.
This calendar is for the whole spring semester (January – May). I can see all the things I need to finish and how many days I have left to complete them. What I love about having this calendar digitally is that I can move the assignments around. If my teacher decided to add a quiz, I can move the assignments down a line and add the new quiz.
Weekly To Dos:
After my calendar, I have my weekly to do page. I can easily check on the calendar and write down the assignments that I need to complete during that specific week.
This school schedule tracker has been so helpful for me. I am extremely organized and I like to have everything in one place, especially when it comes to school information.
When I’m in school and I need to quickly go to my teacher’s office, I can glance at this page and know if my teacher is available soon and email him/her, instead of looking for the information on the syllabus. This page saved me a lot of time last semester.
My school bullet journal ends on this printable. The other half of my bullet journal is more personal.
I created this monthly payments printables a while ago. I like the simplicity and straightforward idea of it.
This birthday tracker is my favorite. I love the cute drawings and how happy it makes me feel when I see it.
This quote printable is so inspirational and heart-lifting to me. Every week I try to write a quote depending on how I’m feeling. At the end of the year is nice to read them and reflect back on every month.
I like to write every quote in a different color. It gives the page a beautiful touch.
This reading printable was the first one I created for my blog. I love the small details the drawings have and the high heels. I don’t have time to read books, but I listen to them. This year I want to listen to 25 books!
During December I wanted to reflect on all the amazing things that I accomplished during 2016. I also wanted to set new goals and get rid of some bad ones. This vision board printable helps to see how much I have grown mentally and emotionally.
I wanted to make a board where I can paste pictures and write on them. If you can see it, you can achieve it!
If you would like to see the PDF version of my bullet journal click here!
Do you want to try digital bullet journaling? Click here to download a blank version of my bullet journal.
- How to Create Your Own Bullet Journal Printables using Microsoft Word
- How to Create Your Own Bullet Journal Printables on the iPad using Pages
- How to Resize Printables and Documents.
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