11 Inspiring Gratitude Logs for Your Holiday Bullet Journaling

11 Inspiring Gratitude Logs for Your Holiday Bullet Journaling

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Brittney Morgan
Nov 3, 2017
An elegant gratitude log from @claire.igraphy on Instagram.
(Image credit: @claire.igraphy / Instagram)

As the holidays are approaching and the year is winding down, many people are starting to think about all the people and things they're thankful for. Practicing gratitude is pretty standard during the holidays, but it's also something you can do all the time to be more mindful and help you focus on more positive things even when you're feeling down. And if you're a bullet journal user—or even an aspiring BuJo fan looking for an excuse to get started on your own journal—there's an easy way to build gratitude right into your usual journal trackers.

Gratitude logs are a popular concept among BuJo users—much like financial trackers, if you're trying to gauge your spending or pay off debt—but in this case, rather than tracking dollar amounts, you're simply taking time each day to jot down whatever has made you happy.

If you need a little inspiration on how to track the things you're thankful for in your bullet journal this holiday season, look no further: These layouts are as functional as they are Instagram-worthy.

The best part? Most of these layouts work year-round, so you can keep practicing gratitude long after the holiday celebrations are over.

1. This one that proves you can keep it simple.

2. And this date-less version for even less pressure.

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3. This one that helps you track good memories, too.

3. This one with a fall theme as organized as it is sleek.

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4. This one with an ultra cool geometric layout.

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5. This one that straight-up beams with gratefulness.

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6. This one that lets you create your own sunshine.

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7. This one you won't want to leaf alone.

8. This one that'll make you feel anything but cloudy.

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9. This cute holiday advent calendar of gratefulness.

10. This clever use of color-blocking.

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11. And this one that gives you an excuse to doodle.

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Want more tips on bullet journaling? This book can help, and these Instagram accounts are great resources for more layout inspiration.

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