Bullet Journal Goals Page Ideas
With a new year upon us, it’s a great time to take a stock of your life and set some goals.
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Let’s not talk about New Year’s resolutions, because they don’t usually stick. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Instead, let’s set goals and figure out what is needed to achieve them.
The fact that you bullet journal is a major step in the right direction to achieving your goals.
By writing down your goal, it allows you to focus and hold yourself accountable for achieving that goal.
You can set goals for the year, month, week, and even day.
I’m looking forward to setting goals for the new year, so I thought it would be fun to put together a collection of bujo goals ideas to inspire me. I hope these layouts will inspire you as well.
Image by @bullet-journal-warrior
Such a pretty goal spread, this one is divided into 4 major parts: personal, health, university, and social. There’s a few goals for each section and they are beautifully decorated with floral filled vases.
Image by @craftyenginerd
My goal for this year: having writing this perfect! This gorgeous spread attacks 2019 goals by breaking them down into goal, purpose, obstacle, and action plan. With goals thought through like this, it makes it easy to achieve that goal. Divided by personal and business goals helps keep them focused.
At the bottom of these goals are what I like to think of as passion goals. There’s a heart next to each and they seem like something the writer really cares about.
On the right side of the spread are actionable smaller goals turned into TASKS the writer can check off.
I’m so inspired by this spread and I think it’s a great way to go after goals.
Image by @bulletpointprincess
This spread is a monthly goal and a habit tracker. On the left is a goal section with a quote, “grow where you are planted.” On the right are the habits the write wants to achieve with a calendar to hold themselves accountable for each one. Habits include: water, stretch, workout, self love, morning skincare, evening skincare, breakfast, no junk food, book, and write/art.
Small simple steps are the key to achieving big goals!
Image by @planninginpyjamas
I love this clean and colorful goal spread. It starts with a center cloud with the goals fanning out in a circle. Goals areas include living environment, carrier, finances, health, hobbies, socializing, and relationship.
Each section stands out because it is color coded with markers.
Image by @beautyand_thebujo
You don’t have to just write your goals, you can draw them, too! Doodle your way to goals. These provide mental visuals that will be ingrained in your brain when you go about your day.
Image by @bluenittany
Here’s another well thought out goal page. It’s divided into 4 sections health, wealth, happiness, and creativity. There’s a goal for each category and then plans to achieve each goal.
Image by @cactus.journals
I really appreciate this simple goal page. It’s comprised of simple tasks for the week with cute doodles to keep it fun.
Image by @the.goal.getter
The goal getter has it covered! This monthly goal has specific tasks to help organize and tackle life.
Image by @regina_bujo
Set goals for every aspect of your life! This writer divided goals for the year into fitness, spiritual, creativity, health, self care, career, and family & friends.
Image by @bulletjournal_addicted
The sky’s the limit when you set goals! It’s up, up, and away with this writer’s goals. She made a hot air balloon and then divided her goals into 4 categories: health, finance, career, and university.
Image by @emilytrabert
Pretty flowers set the stage for writing actionable goals. The writer divided goals into the following categories: career, physical, personal, home, spiritual, and relationships.
Image by @chronically_creative
Set goals that take you to the moon and back! This stellar spread has bulleted spots for each goal and a quote, “in the darkest times hope is something you give yourself.”
Do you set goals for the year? Have you achieved annual goals? I’d love to hear what works (or didn’t) for you. Let me know in the comments below.