15 Minimalist Bullet Journal Spreads That Will Inspire You

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Often, when we see bullet journal spreads, they’re bright and colorful.

You may be wondering, where are all of the minimalist bullet journal spreads?

We’ll they’re out there, and in this post, I’ve rounded up 15 minimalist bullet journal ideas that will inspire you.

I’m one of those people that gravitate towards colorful bullet journal spreads.

I love when journals feature cute doodles and shapes. That’s totally my bullet journal style.

However, I can’t deny that there’s something so beautiful and satisfying about browsing minimalist bullet journals.

The clean lines, the white space; it’s simply stunning. If you prefer minimalism when it comes to your journal, I hope you’ll find some inspiration in this post.

But before I get into the minimalist bullet journal spreads, here are a few of my favorite bullet journal tools.

Gather Your Bullet Journal Supplies

Leuchtturm1917: This is my all-time favorite notebook to use for journaling. There’s no better journal in my opinion.

iBayam Colored Pens: I love these pens. They’re affordable, you get just the right amount of colors, and they don’t bleed through the paper. I couldn’t ask for anything more when it comes to colored pens for my bullet journal.

Journal Stencils: When I first began journaling, I wondered how people made such perfect shapes in their journals. You can imagine my surprise when I discovered these journal stencils.

There are so many bullet journal tools out there for you to try. Test out different tools until you find your tried-and-true tools. Have fun!

Minimalist Bullet Journal Spreads

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I love the touch of yellow that’s been added to this simple spread. It gives it a simple and creative feel.

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Your bullet journal spread doesn’t have to have a bunch of drawings. You can let your beautiful handwriting shine.

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This simple black and white spread looks gorgeous with the hand drawn flowers on the edges of the pages.

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Here’s a simple way to keep track of your education requirements. To add color, you can highlight the headings.

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black and white weekly planner

I love the simplicity of this weekly planner. I also really like the addition of the flower at the end of the planner.

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last replaced tracker

This minimalist tracker allows you to keep track of the last time you replaced certain items like your tooth brush or contacts.

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A simple spread like this can easily be customized based on what you need to keep track of or plan.

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simple weekly planner

This is one of my favorite minimalist spreads. I love how neat the handwriting is, and the touch of color.

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study goals

I really enjoy the black and white spreads that have just a hint of color. They look gorgeous.

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What a simple and beautiful way to keep track of your habits. I love the addition of the quote and flower drawing.

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modern weekly planner minimalist

This black and white spread is a great way to organize your weeks. I love the addition of the printed labels.

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organized bullet journal planner

If you have gorgeous handwriting, this spread would look great in your bullet journal.

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This minimalist spreads looks so amazing. I love writing out lists, so this is my favorite type of spread.

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daily schedule

Here’s a simple way to keep track of your daily schedule. You can change up your chart based on your own creativity.

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bullet journal quote page

Here’s a creative way to do your daily spread. If you have the time, you can write out an inspiring quote.

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