Organization Goals: 11 Inspiring Bullet Journal Budget Trackers You Need to See

updated May 3, 2019
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The words “bullet journaling” usually elicit one of three reactions from people: One: “What’s that?,” Two: “How does anyone have time for that?,” or Three: whatever the dialogue version of the heart-eyes emoji is. A bullet journal, if you’re unfamiliar, is an organizational system that combines your diary, sketchbook, to-do list and more all into one. It sounds like a lot because it is—you’re basically turning a blank canvas into a beautiful and creative way to plan out and keep track of your entire life.

There are hundreds of ways to use a bullet journal to keep yourself organized, so if you’re looking for an excuse to get into the bullet journaling trend but don’t know where to start, here’s a micro-option for you: Use it just to track your household budget. Need some inspiration? These examples show different ways bullet journaling can help you track your spending and saving.

Note: Looking at these bullet journals may give you a serious case of penmanship envy—I’m questioning everything I know about my handwriting at this very moment. Consider yourself warned.

1. This one that’s just beautiful in every way

2. This one that tracks both your checking and savings

3. This one that validates your work ethic

4. This one that will make you green with envy

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5. This one that makes sure everything has its own box

6. This one with the cleanest lines you’ve ever seen

7. This one that proves sometimes simple is better

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8. This one that understands your different needs

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9. This one with scalloped edges to make you jealous

10. This one that you can’t wait to color in

11. And this one that won’t let you forget a single cent

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