Bullet journal ideas for books and reading

With the New Year just around the corner, it is time to pull out your planners for tracking your TBRs and reading challenges for 2021. Here are some bullet journals spread ideas for book lovers to organize your reading schedule.

Bullet Journal ideas for books and reading

I love lists and planners. But as someone with minimal artistic talent, I totally suck at bullet journaling (or BuJo). Of course, that doesn’t stop me from drooling over these amazing bullet journal set ups over Instagram. How about you?

Reading list

I usually have a hard time choosing my next read, often. Having a reading list for the month or week, or even the year would be a great idea for your reading bullet journal set up. These are some of the ones that I loved for your inspiration.

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Bullet journal ideas reading list
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Tracking your reads

How do you track what your reading habits? I do so on notion and excel but BuJo spreads are much more fun and interesting, especially if you are artistically inclined. Here are some bullet journal set ups to help you track what you read during the month.

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Bullet journal ideas tracking your reads
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Bullet journal ideas tracking your reads
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Know your reading habits

I love being able to look at how my reading style and habits have been over the year or month. Bullet journals can help to do just that too.

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Let’s talk

Do you use BuJo for tracking your reading? If not, how do you keep up with your reading challenges? Which is your favorite bullet journal idea? Let us chat.

10 Comments

  1. Nicci @ Sunny Buzzy Books

    I love bullet journals but I dont have the artistic ability to make one like these. cries Mine is pretty ugly but functional.

    Reply
    • Gayathri

      I am the same. Functional is all we need.

      Reply
      • Priya

        I love bullet journaling….and I do maintain one…these are really awesome

        Reply
  2. Mar (AKA Daniela Ark)

    Oh love your reading pages so much!
    I also often have a hard time choosing my next read so besides “reading list” this year I’m also going to us the TBR tarot cards I’m painting 🙂

    Reply
    • Gayathri

      Thank you. I hope you do that as well.

      Reply
  3. Mareli @ Elza Reads

    I think Bullet Journaling is lovely and I always feel like doing it. But there really just isn’t time. What I did do for next year, is buy a nice A4 size yearly planner and some colored gel pens. I’ll just do my own thing as I go along!

    These pages are so lovely….

    Reply
    • Gayathri

      I love the minimal year planner idea!

      Reply
  4. Iza

    I love those Bullet journals, I am madly in love with stationary, pens, pencils, notebooks and the likes. I keep a “normal” BuJo and a bookish BuJo, with a small notebook for my blog, keeping track of my challenges and reading lists. Your post makes me think I could melt it into one for 2021. Thinking . Here’s a link to a Booktuber BuJo if you’re interested :

    Reply
    • Gayathri

      Oh thank you. I love the link. And you should definitely share more about your BuJo pages.

      Reply

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Gayathri has been reviewing books since 2010. When she is not reading books or creating online content, she works as a writer and a digital marketer. Head over to meet me!

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