Bullet Journal Imported from misszoot.com Printables

Merry Christmas To My Bullet Journal Peeps

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Several of you have said the hardest part about converting to a bullet journal is giving up the traditional grid/monthly calendar view. And while I thought that would be hard, I was surprised how…not hard…it was.

HOWEVER. I don’t want something THAT simple to keep you from trying it if you’re a pen and paper list-maker. Because if you’re a list-maker? The Bullet Journal is such a great tool that you should be using it.

SO! Here you go! A PDF of January/February to cut and put in your bullet journal! Now – I’m just doing this for you guys so I didn’t take too long to work on it. You can’t just “fold it in half” to split the two months. Sorry. In order to make it printable, I had to add more of a “header” space if you imagine the page in a portrait view. I’m sure there’s a way to make a PDF that will print perfectly at the fold, but I am not THAT dedicated to this project. So, don’t fold it in half. Just fold it between the two months and then cut off the excess around the months. NOT PERFECT. But DOABLE. I know Photoshop well, but not as a print-maker. My brain struggles with print sizes and bleed room etc. So, hopefully this will work for everyone. If it does not? PLEASE LET ME KNOW.

(Nicely.)

If enough people find this useful, I’ll do the other months!

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4 Comments

  1. Monica says:

    That is awesome! Thank you so much!

  2. Thank you so much for this! I like my bullet journal, but I know I’d LOVE it if it had a calendar. And now it does! Thank you!!

  3. THIS IS AWESOME! I just gifted myself a nice moleskin journal and some cool pens for this coming year, so I am SO using this! Printing it out now.

  4. WendyB says:

    Thanks for these Kim! I’m all bulleted up!

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