You ever get the feeling where you’ve been doing the same thing over and over? And it eventually starts to get boring? That’s how I’ve felt about bullet journaling recently.
Starting a bullet journal was supposed to be a way that I could organize my life (*cough* get my crap together) and still be creative. But lately, I’ve been so busy that I’ve just been doing the same layout. Every. Single. Month.
To combat this sluggish phase, I’ve been looking everywhere for inspiration. Pinterest is a great source for bullet journal inspiration, but recently I’ve found a lot of inspiration on Instagram as well. So, today I thought I’d share some of my favorite bullet journal Intagramaccounts with you to spark your creativity as well!
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Jann from @Jannplansthings is a bit new to the bullet journal world, and already her bullet journal spreads are like nothing I’ve ever seen before. Her monthly setups are so unique and gorgeous! Plus, she also does videos of her setting up her journal so you can get an idea of how she does it. I think it’s a great way to learn from a true artist.
(Also, if you’re a Studio Ghibli fan, you’ll really enjoy her Mr. Totoro layouts!)
Federica provides another great example of a bullet journal account that is so unique. She has such a distinct style for her bullet journal- you can always pick a spread of hers out from the rest. Also, I love how clean her layouts look, and paired with the floral accents makes for a beautiful bullet journal!
She’s also got a youtube channel with plan with me videos and bullet journal flip-throughs!
Not only does Sarah from @luckyletters have such great bullet journal layouts, she also illustrates a lot of quotes! Oftentimes I look to her account for lettering inspiration, because she’s got so many different font styles, and they always work together really well.
(P.S. For more lettering inspiration, I’ve got a lettering Pinterest board that you can follow here!)
One day I’d like to learn how to tape photos into my bullet journal without making it look cluttered (how do they do it?!)
Alex of @misfit.plans is so amazing at creating detailed and layered layouts without making it look like there’s too much going on. Honestly, the elements are so strategically placed and the color combinations are perfect. It’s just so crazy how well each spread works!
Plus, I love looking at the feed on this account. You can tell a lot of thought went into the posting schedule, it’s so cohesive and pretty!
@lycheestudy is one of my favorite sources of bullet journal inspiration. This style is a bit minimalistic, which I think is a beautiful way to bullet journal. It’s so simple, and gets down to the core essence of what a bullet journal is supposed to do- help you get organized!
One of my favorite things about this Instagram account is that there are lots of elements used to help personalize the journal, such as the photos and washi tape, but there’s still lots of space available. I’m awful at including things and still making it look neat, so I definitely envy anyone who can do it beautifully, haha!
Hopefully you’ve started following these amazing accounts if you weren’t already, because trust me girl, they are an amazing source of inspiration! And if you’re in desperate need of even more bullet journal inspiration, be sure to check out this post, full of 50 bullet journal page ideas (with examples!)
And don’t forget to pin this!
What are your favorite Instagram accounts to follow for bullet journal inspiration? Let me know below!
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