Do you use your bullet journal to help you accomplish your goals and new year’s resolutions? If you haven’t done this before, I encourage you to try it for your 2019 goals. A bullet journal helps you stay accountable by giving you visuals to track your progress.
These are a few different goals that I have for 2019, and you can use these layouts to fit your own goals.
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2019 Goals Cover Page
For the cover page, I just traced around a bowl for the circle.
There’s not a lot to it, but I just wanted something simple that I could draw quickly.
Goal #1 — Read “x” number of books
For 2019, I am setting the goal for myself to read 75 books. This layout is flexible to fit whatever number of books you want to read.
I will track my progress by writing the title of each book I read onto one of the books I drew.
Depending on how many books you want to read, you can change the way you have your books drawn. You could draw more or less books.
If you already read a lot of books and you don’t just want to set a goal to read a certain amount of books, you could challenge yourself to read books from a genre that you don’t normally read.
Goal #2 — Save money & pay off debt
Another one of my goals is to save up $6,000 while paying off as much of my student loans as possible.
The page on the left is where I will track how much money I have saved. When I reach one of the markers on the side, I will color in that much of the jar. This is a great visual for me to use to track my progress towards this goal.
The page on the right is where I will track my student loan debt. It will allow me to see how much I have paid off over the year. I will color in the corresponding coin to the amount I have paid off.
You could use these pages for any money goals you have. If you’re saving up to buy a car, house, or something else, you can keep track of it easily in your bullet journal.
If you are trying to pay off any debt, a bullet journal page is a great way to see your progress over time.
Goal #3 — Volunteer more
For 2019, I want to make an effort to spend more time volunteering at places in my community and church.
The page on the left will help me track how many hours I spend volunteering each month. I will color the bars in and write the total hours each month. I will also write where I volunteered next to the graph.
On the right page, I can keep track of important contact information and other things I might need to remember for each place.
These pages are super easy to create because there’s not a lot to them. Even though they are simple, they are still very helpful.
Goal #4 — Read my Bible every day
This past year, I did not read my Bible as much as I should have, so I am making a goal to read my Bible every day for 2019.
In this layout, I have just created a calendar where I can highlight every day that I read my Bible.
This layout could easily be used for anything that you want to do every day.
Tools used to create these bullet journal spreads
- Sakura Pigma Micron Ink Pen Set, Assorted Colors, 05
- Leisure Arts Double-Ended Markers
- Factis Soft Oval Eraser
- pencil & ruler
What are you goals for 2019?
Comment down below what you hope to accomplish in the new year.