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10 Amazing Minimalistic Bullet Journal Layouts

Bullet journaling can be anything you need it to be. While a simple search: “bullet journal” is likely to bring up some amazing pages, those pages can seem daunting to those of us who aren’t professional artists. That’s why I’m excited to introduce you to “bullet journaling for the real world”. The minimalist movement is a strong one and it has hit bullet journaling like a storm. I am going to share with you 10 amazing minimalistic bullet journal layouts that will help you see that this system does NOT require artistic skill to be a functional, even pretty, planner.

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10 Minimalistic Bullet Journal Layout Pins for your board!

Take a look at these 10 pins I fell in love with. Pin them to your boards or click through and do more research, maybe find someone new to follow for inspiration!











Personal Minimalistic Bullet Journal Ideas

Tomorrow I am going to put together some bullet journal spreads of my own to share with you. I often prefer the simple spreads with just a touch of color or a simple little doodle to add a pop of color rather than ones that take a lot of time. I love the clean look of black and white and will often choose function over fashion. So stay tuned for tomorrow’s post!

Did you know this is part of a 31 day series? There will be a post each day this month showcasing how I use bullet journaling, planning, hand lettering, and more! We will talk about the tools you need and I’ll review some of my pen hoard (including my brand new flex fountain pens, eeeeek!). There will be videos, pictures, hand lettering practise pages, doodle challenges, journaling prompts, some amazing giveaways, and hopefully a TON of inspiration to get you writing in your planner, whatever that may look like for you! How can you get on board?

BOOKMARK THE LANDING PAGE (that is where all the posts will be added throughout the month)
FIND ME ON INSTAGRAM (I’ll be posting the daily posts there)
USE THE HASHTAG: #PlanWithRebecca or #planninginspiration4u on Instagram for a chance to be featured on my page!
JOIN THE NEWSLETTER (if you want an short update on the latest post in your inbox)

Do you prefer simple or artistic spreads?


  1. These were great. While I love all the artistic ones…that intimidates me a bit, but I could confidently go minimalist at least to start 🙂

  2. I appreciate your minimalist post, sometimes i feel little bombarded with all the busyness of stuff and toys and tools and kits and subscriptions, that you can get sucked into gathering as you homeschool.
    I am in my first year of what I hope will be many more homeschooling years and I am holding off getting “the stuff”, I want to keep it simple do you have any suggestions of what you couldn’t do without and what you have got and later though “i never use this what a silly purchase”
    I am not apposed to spending money on my kids education but I am a firm believer that necessity and boredom are some of the keys to creative, innovation. I want to have a balance of space and less distractions so my kids can get creative and get learning through personal experience.
    I plan to do school in the kitchen but I’m not sure exactly how I physically want to organize all our books and such… any suggestions? Thanks jen

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