November Bullet Journal Ideas
Are you looking for a free printable November bullet journal? You’ve come to the right place!
I’m excited to share that I’m going to start creating a monthly free printable bullet journal to help support your mental health each month.
I’ve been fascinated with bullet journals for a little while now, but as a busy mom, entrepreneur, and freelancer, the odds of me sitting down with markers and drawing doodles are….. let’s just say very small.
So, I thought I’d come up with a way to create a bullet journal for myself that was “pre-made” or “pre-done” that would only require me to print it out and use it. Side benefit – you get to use it too!
If you’re not sure what a bullet journal is all about, I talk about it a little bit in my post about what to include in your bullet journal. And if you’re wondering why you’d want to use a bullet journal at all, I mention that in my post about how a bullet journal can help your mental health.
In it’s simplest form, a bullet journal is a notebook with a dotted page format, that allows you to draw lines and grids as well as doodles. Most people use a bullet journal to map out their year, month, week, or day. They also use it to keep track of things like their mood, habits, and memories.
What’s inside this bullet journal? For the November monthly bullet journal (and each monthly journal) I’ve included the following:
- Cover Page
- Monthly Spread
- Goals Page
- Habit Tracker
- Mood Tracker
- Weekly Spreads
- Gratitude Log
- Memories Page
Tools You Will Need
If you’re planning to use this pre-made bullet journal, you won’t need nearly as many markers or pens (though that can still be fun!).
You will need a printer though if you’re going to print this out at home rather than at a print shop. I personally have two printers that I love and recommend. I have this Brother Laser Printer as well as this Brother Inkjet Printer.
(Hot tip: You can buy all the toner you need for the laser printer on Amazon from a non-OEM source and it works just as well and you’ll save a ton of money.)
The bullet journal is in 8.5″ x 11″ format so you can easily just hole punch it (I use this hole punch) and pop it into a nice binder. Each month I’ll be releasing a new bullet journal, so you can just keep adding to it this way.
On the other hand, if you prefer using a smaller notebook for your bullet journal, you could choose to print out these sheets two to a page (in your printer settings, select 2 pages per sheet) and print them onto Avery sticker paper.
Then all you need to do is trim to fit and stick them right into your journal. Either method should work! If you’re on the hunt for a popular bullet journal notebook I have this one.
Now finally, if you’re looking for some markers to use when you write in your bullet journal, I’ve heard good things about these ones.
That should be all you need to get started!
Important Dates in November
Since November is coming up, you might want to jot down some of the important dates to remember. I’ve listed them all in my monthly calendar printable (I like to put these on my fridge), but I’ll list them here for you too.
- Sunday, November 1 – Daylight Savings Day
- Sunday, November 11 – Veterans Day/Remembrance Day (Commonwealth Countries)
- Thursday, November 26 – Thanksgiving (United States)
- Friday, November 27 – Black Friday
That’s it for now! Is there anything you’d like me to add to the monthly bullet journals? Let me know in the comments.
Related Articles about Bullet Journals
- Bullet Journal Benefits for Mental Health
- How to Create a Mental Health Bullet Journal
- 20 Journal Prompts for Anxiety
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November Bullet Journal Monthly Spread
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