The Anatomy of the Bullet Journal: Collections

We’ve made it at last to our final post in the Anatomy of the Bullet Journal series.  Today its all about Collections.


Now let me make this easy for you – easier than I’ve seen anyone else explain what “collections” are.

Basically a collection is anything else in your journal that’s not related to your daily/monthly/future planning.

Seriously. How easy is that? #awesomesauce

So now that we have that figured out, where do you even begin?  Here’s some ideas to get you started – but honestly you’ll find ideas as you go along.

Here’s Ten Collection Ideas :

  1. Books to Read
  2. Planning Routine
  3. Bucket List
  4. Planning out your next bullet journal
  5. Favorite quotes
  6. Bible verses to memorize
  7. Bills to remember
  8. Blogging Calendar
  9. Shopping Lists
  10. Meeting Notes

Okay so lets get down to the pictures, because basically that’s all we care about any way right?

My Favorite Collections (So Far)

a books to read collection from my first bullet journal
a books to read collection from my first bullet journal

A tv show tracker for tracking when I watched my favorite shows.
A TV show tracker for tracking when I watched my favorite shows.

A list of the 46 high peaks in the Adirondacks and their elevations, with dates for when I climbed them.
A list of the 46 high peaks in the Adirondacks and their elevations, with dates for when I climbed them.

A previous planning routine.
A previous planning routine.

A Bible reading tracker.
A Bible reading tracker.

A list of camping/backpacking gear for easy of organization and trip planning/packing.
A list of camping/backpacking gear for easy of organization and trip planning/packing.

A bucket list (that I'll probably never accomplish).
A bucket list (that I’ll probably never accomplish).

A quote from a favorite book. I highly recommend this Selection series by Kiera Cass.
A quote from a favorite book. I highly recommend the Selection series by Kiera Cass.

Ideas and plans for my next bullet journal.
Ideas and plans for my next bullet journal.
What are some of your favorite collections?

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4 thoughts on “The Anatomy of the Bullet Journal: Collections

  1. Hi! I’ve been browsing random pages about Bullet Journaling as I’m getting into it. I think collections sound like my favorite part because I am total list person. I figured it’d be good to have this planner/list notebook in one. Anyway, I love how you shared your collections! I already have quite a few ideas, the TV show tracker (for sure), books I’m reading or need to review, a Bible reading tracker, albums I want to buy, etc. I kind of have a ton more. Ha. Anyway, fantastic post!

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