Favorite Bullet Journals
It can be difficult to decide between bullet journal notebook size, quality of paper, hardcover vs. softcover, spiral bound or stitched. And then there is also the notebook style. Do you prefer dotted, lined, blank, or graph paper?
There are a lot of choices so we’ve compiled a list of our favorites. Even if you have never looked into this stuff before, you really can’t go wrong when selecting one of these.
Leuchtturm1917 journals are very popular among Bullet Journal Junkies. The paper quality is top-notch to minimize bleed. The binding is made to last and when you open the journal, it lays flat. The only drawback is that if you like stark white pages, you won't find them in a Leuchtturm journal. Covers come in a variety of colors to fit your individual style.
For those who prefer a little more flexibility, Minimalism Art offers a variety of colors, sizes and even shapes for bullet journal junkies. When opened, pages lay flat and the paper quality is good which helps to reduce page bleed. These journals can take a lot of abuse and because they flex, they're easy to stash in a purse or backpack.
Create your own artistic cover with these spiral bound dotted A5-sized notebooks. Plus with this style, you can get 2 for the price of 1 on many of the others. The pages are white with a dotted grid. Paper quality is very nice and designed for minimal ink bleed. When opened, the pages lay flat and are sturdy enough to remain intact through daily use. This style of notebook is the most economical for anyone on a budget.
If you're interested in Bullet Journaling but don't have time to create daily, weekly, or monthly layouts, this may be the journal for you. The Panda Planners come in a variety of colors and contain pre-made pages. There is still plenty of room for adding your own style through doodles, scribbles, stickers, or stenciled tattoos. Panda Planners are good for anyone who likes the idea of Bullet Journaling but would prefer a little more hand-holding for starters.