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33 Bullet Journal Collections You Need for Your New Bullet Journal

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Bullet journal collections are one of my favorite parts of bullet journaling. They let you keep track of huge amounts of data, and collections keep it all in one place you can flip back to easily.  

Bullet Journal Collections

I love using this system of collections to keep track of what books I want to read and read back over memories I’ve recorded. Bullet journal collections can be both practical and sentimental.  They’re a great way to keep lists, especially important ones that you reuse over and over again. Everything from grocery lists to an inventory of your closet can make its way into a bullet journal collection. 


The collections are one of the many reasons I keep my bullet journals even once I’ve filled them up. I can put them on a shelf and then pull them out when I want to look something up. It’s like my own little reference and memory library. Who doesn’t want one of those?

If you’d rather though, you can also migrate your collections from one bullet journal to the next. Either by copying all the data or ripping pages out and pasting them into new ones. I like scanning mine, printing a new copy and pasting it in for the things that will get a lot of use like a grocery list.


So if you’re thinking it might be time to try some, here’s a list of bullet journal collections ideas to get you started:

Bullet Journal Collections & Ideas

  • Books
  • Movies
  • CDs
  • Playlists
  • TV Shows
  • Birthdays
  • Favorite Recipes
  • Usual Grocery List
  • Bucket List
  • Packing List
  • Camping List
  • Back to School List
  • Cleaning Routine
  • Skincare Routine
  • Favorite Makeup and Skincare
  • Important Phone Numbers
  • Things to Try
  • Wish List
  • Carry Out Phone Numbers and Orders
  • Dentist and Doctor Contact Info
  • Medicines
  • Allergies
  • Important Recurring Meetings
  • Subscriptions and Renewal Dates
  • Pet Care
  • Memories
  • Gratitude

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  1. Here are some ideas I thought of after reading your ideas; facebook groups, item location in house, blogs, crafting favorites (crafts themselves, channels, etc) passwords, crafting ideas to try, you-tube videos

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