These bullet journal ideas are so brilliant and can help you manage your personal finance better!
Keeping track of things that we have to do throughout the day, month or year can be a tough task. That’s why a bullet journal is the best thing you can start!
Managing your personal finance is one hard task especially when you don’t keep any track for it. This is why I made this post so that we can learn together on managing our personal finance better and achieve the goals we want.
These bullet journal ideas for personal finance are what you need when you need to keep track on your financial situation.
You’ll find just about every essential financial page you need in your bullet journal from tracking your expenses, savings, bills and even your budget planning for the future.
Also, don’t stress too much about copying them exactly – just be yourself and let your creativity take charge! It’s personal, after all.
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We won’t know how much we spend until we keep track of it. These bullet journal ideas for expenses tracker is all you need to keep your spending on point!
#1 Expenses Tracker Layout.
#2 Found from Life’s Carousel.
Sometimes it’s hard to save money when we don’t keep track of it. Making a saving section on our bullet journal will definitely help us to manage and do better on saving. These are the bullet journal ideas for saving tracker.
- How to Save Money Fast Each Month
- How to Save Money With Meal Prep for Beginners
- 20 Legit Ways to Earn Money from Home
#3 Saving Tracker Jar via Start a Mom Blog.
#4 Saving log via Infinite Planner.
#5 Saving for Your Next Travel via Pinterest.
Related post: 7 Money-Saving Tips to Travel on a Budget
#6 Found from Productive and Pretty.
#7 Make a table for each bill via Sheena of The Journal.
#8 Monthly bill tracker via Instagram.
#9 Found from Instagram.
#10 Debt snowball tracker
#11 Found from Lil Girl Summers.
#12 Total Money Makeover via Sheena of The Journal.
#13 Savings Wishlist via @painted_illustrated.
#14 Make Long-Term Goals.
#15 Make a warning to yourself via Caroline Vencil.
#16 Financial Goals
Hopefully, you can apply this to your bullet journal and could help you on your journey of managing your personal finance!
Products you can add in your bullet journal:
- Bloom Daily Planners Stickers (6 sets)
- Me and My Big Ideas Budget Stickers
- Me and My Big Ideas Budget Fill-in Stickers
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