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5 Bullet Journal Instagram Accounts for Minimalists

Guess who’s getting back to bullet journaling this summer? Me! I was using a bullet journal to plan my entire life last summer and once the semester started that August, I switched to Happy Planner. All of the assignments and projects built up so quickly and I didn’t have time to create spreads every month!! I love my Happy Planner dearly for its functionality and the stickers of course but since I have more time, I decided to switch to bullet journal for the summer again.

For a few weeks, I have been stalking Facebook and Instagram to find spreads that would work for me. I’ve come across so many great artists and bullet journalists that it would be a crime not to share them with you all! Here are my favorites:

Liz from @bonjournal_

Liz is a mastermind with flower doodles and black-ink only spreads! I like her Instagram account in particular because she posts tutorial pictures that are super easy to follow! Most of Liz’s spreads only require a fine-tip pen, too, so it won’t break your budget.

Marie from @journalspiration

What’s cool about Marie is that she uses a book that is smaller than the popular Leuchtturm 1917 for her bullet journal. Even with a small journal, she is able to create beautiful spreads! Her spreads not only look minimal but require minimal effort on my part when I recreate her spreads (which is not a bad thing at all)! I appreciate how clean Marie’s spreads are. They make me feel calm by just looking at them!

Justina from @white.plans

I love Justina’s account for her calligraphy. In the bullet journal world, you see calligraphy everywhere but the sleekness of her designs catch my eye every time. Something about her style is unlike no other! Justina’s Instagram features pages from her personal bullet journal and graphic design posts where she overlays her designs over pictures. If I could only be as artistic as her.

Piper from @portlandjournals

Another calligraphy genius! Piper works with watercolors a lot in her spreads, which I think is becoming a big trend in the bullet journal community. I personally love bullet journal pages that have tons of text. Maybe that’s why I journal so much? Piper features a lot of full-text pages on her Instagram. Also, I adore the pastel color palette she uses in her spreads. A must follow!

M from @badacademics

I have no idea why @badacademics has only 489 followers. This account posts bullet journal spreads and studyblr posts. You can see the in-depth notes M takes with my two favorite tools – Zebra Mildliners and Crayola Supertips! I am also pretty sure all of the spreads are created with the 0.38 Muji pens, which is an AMAZING pen for beginners.

Where do you go to find inspiration for your bullet journal? Leave it in the comments! I’m always open for ways to be inspired!

With love,

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  • Amy

    I love the way bullet journals look but don’t have the patience to make one. Still weirdly I love looking at other peoples’ setups!

    Amy – http://amyevans.blog

    • Jordyn Pamela

      It’s really easy girl! Just grab a notebook and a pen and experiment for fun. That’s what I did when I first started. You’ll find what works for you and then all of a sudden you have a full bullet journal! It’s crazy! xx

  • I love, love, love my bullet journal!! It’s the best. These ones are so beautiful…mine doesn’t look nearly as good…I’ve been using minimalist layouts as well for mine just for set-up ease. They’re so useful! Lovely post 🙂

    Deanna xo
    http://www.luxandvitae.com

    • Jordyn Pamela

      Have you posted any of them on Lux and Vitae? I would love to check them out! Thanks for the comment, love! xx

      • Haven’t posted any yet! It’s on my to do list though 🙂

  • Kim

    Wow this is great inspiration! I would love to make a bullet journal but since I’m a perfectionist, I would probably take forever and redo a bunch of designs, haha.

    Kim
    Simply Lovebirds

    • Jordyn Pamela

      Oooh, if you want to try it out! Another cool thing to do is to buy a disc-bound notebook from Staples! They have grid paper and dot paper. That way, if you mess up or want to redo some designs, you have the freedom of pulling out or putting back in things when you’ve perfected it! xx