The Best Bullet Journal Blogs In 2020Paul Lewis Hogg
Finding inspiration for bullet journalling can sometimes be tricky.
To help make this easier, we’ve put together this list of what we consider to be the best bullet journal blogs to inspire your next spread (we’ve also included our favourite YouTube channels for added amazingness).
(If we’ve missed any that you absolutely love, be sure to let us know in the comments below!)
Life is Messy and Brilliant
Started in 2017 by creative blogger + digital artist Jenniffer, Life is Messy and Brilliant is a great place to start for all things bullet journal.
Featuring what she calls “girly printables, digital planner tutorials, and college tips”, Jenniffer has posted tons of decoration ideas, layout ideas and handy free printables! What’s not to love?
Our favourite thing: The free habit tracker templates
Little Coffee Fox
Run by a “twenty-something who has always struggled with productivity” by the name of Shelby, Little Coffee Fox was started to as a way to “document my growth, experiment with new techniques, and meet new amazing people with similar goals.”
Now, Little Coffee Fox has gone on to become one of the most popular bullet journal blogs on the internet, with a subscriber base of over 50,000 bullet journalers and 2.9 million monthly unique viewers on Pinterest.
Sheena of the Journal
Born in late 2015 out of a need to get her new Mum-life schedule organised, Sheena decided to start Sheena of the Journal to help share her tips and ideas from her newly-discovered love of bullet journaling.
Posting on a variety of different topics include Art & Inspiration, Parenting, Reviews, Supplies, Journaling Tips & Methods and Productivity & Organisation, Sheena also runs a successful email newsletter which features free bullet journal printables, coupons and inspiration.
Our favourite thing: It has to be the easy bullet journal fonts guide
Space + Quiet
If you’re a stationery addict like us, you’re going to love Space + Quiet.
Designer, stationery lover and bullet journaler Tracey has written many easy-to-follow guides on everything from hand lettering to creating future logs, using happy planners for bullet journaling to offering free printables.
Our favourite thing: The sheer number of freebies
Run by NobleKnits founder and bullet journal addict Nancy and her Maltese/Shih Tzu Maggie, Sweet Planit features tons of bullet journal page ideas in a range of styles, doodles for you to try, inspirational quotes, buyer’s guides and so much more.
Our favourite thing: The succulent doodles even I can do (I’m terrible at drawing!)
The Petite Planner
Started in 2017 by journalling and blogging lover Erin, The Petite Planner has become a well-known name in the bullet journalling world (especially for her impressive free printables).
Erin blogs about a number of topics including intentional living, doodles, her favourite supplies and spread ideas. (She also runs a number of online courses on doodling)
Our favourite thing: The collection of free bullet journal printables (which has been updated for 2020)
Diary of a Journal Planner
Featuring some fantastic art and bullet journaling ideas, as well as themed doodles, Thass and Kirs have done a fantastic job in creating an inspiring blog.
With each of them holding complementary skills (apparently, Thassia is good with numbers, doodling and lettering while Kris is good with new ideas, organisation and creativity), there is sure to be a post or eight that will inspire you to pick up the pen.
Our favourite thing: The gargantuan (I’ve always wanted to use that word in a blog post) list of bullet journal ideas
Ex-military pilot Megan first started Page Flutter when she dedicated herself to writing from home after the birth of her first child. Now, Page Flutter has gone on to become a popular bullet journal blog for many creative writers and planners alike.
While there hasn’t been much posted on here since late 2018, the inspirational monthly challenges, beautiful decoration ideas and handy bullet journal supply guide are all worth taking the time to read.
Our favourite thing: The post on inspirational quotes to include in your bullet journal
On a mission to “give women with no frickin time, easy and effective solutions the crafty shaped hole in their lives.”, Claire and her sidekick cat focus on creating easy-to-follow guides ranging from money management to blogging for beginners.
It doesn’t just stop there though, she also features some creative craft room ideas, lettering tutorials, stationery reviews and so much more.
I Heart Planners
Build on a belief that “by making our systems beautiful, we will stay much more motivated to keep up with them, and our lives will stay organized.”, self-confessed planner and chocolate lover Laura started I Heart Planners back in 2013 and has become a go-to resource for many like-minded journalers.
Featuring many comprehensive guides, bullet journal templates, free printables and advice on blogging, I Heart Planners is another great blog worth filing under ‘Inspirational’.
Our favourite thing: The list of bullet journaling templates features some inspired spreads
With over 1.7 million subscribers and 121 million views, AmandaRachLee is easily one of the most popular bullet journalers on YouTube today.
Featuring videos on stationery, lettering tutorials, sketchbook sessions and plan with me’s (also her love of K-Pop!), her loveable personality is bound to strike a chord with a lot of bullet journalers.
Planning With Kay
Since 2013, Kay has built up over 100 thousand subscribers and has amassed over 5.7 million views.
Featuring plan with me, flipthru and bullet journal idea videos, Planning With Kay is a great channel to add to your YouTube subscription list
While not as large as some of the others on this list with just over 15 thousand subscribers and 480 thousand views, “Architect, Artist and Crazy Cat lady” Jann has some fantastic plan with me, watercolouring, review and unboxing videos.
Her Instagram channel featuring many of her tutorials is also following.
So there we have it! A great collection of some of the best bullet journal blogs and YouTube channels
to further enable your stationery addiction to inspire your next spread!
Who is your favourite? Did we miss them off the list? Let us know in the comments. We’ll reply to each comment and will check out any recommendations 🙂