My goal pages are like to-do lists except focused on one topic. I like to add a creative twist to each of my goal pages to give myself an extra sense of accomplishment when I work towards achieving that goal!
Below are some ideas of how to give goal pages a bit of extra flare! Bullet journalling may be a time consuming task if you have to design and organize the pages from scratch. So we've included some templates that are all ready to go; just fill them in and build your own bullet journal!
- Draw or organize a visual representation of your goal (below I have outlined some ideas).
- Write your different goals into the visual representation you have created.
- When you have accomplished a piece of your goal, color in a piece of your visual representation.
- If you collect things as you work towards you goal you can also glue some momentoes to the page as well. This is a travel page I made to focus on exploring England and Wales. Beside it are some tickets from my adventures.
Try a book shelf or a table of contents.
Movies to Watch
Try popcorn or a movie real.
Places to Travel
Try a camera and film, a map, or even flags.
Money to Save
Try a piggy bank or notes and coins.
- Close the template window after printing to return to this screen.
- Set page margins to zero if you have trouble fitting the template on one page (FILE, PAGE SETUP or FILE, PRINTER SETUP in most browsers).
Template 1 Book Shelf
Template 2 Piggy Bank
Template 3 Popcorn
Template 4 Camera