Bullet Journals are amazing for people that love collections. Simply put, collections pages dedicated to a list of items you want to remember. It can be restaurants you want to try, moves to watch, or vacations you’d like to take.
Bullet Journal Book Tracker
When I first began my bullet journal journey, I was particularly impressed with illustrations of bookshelves that kept popping up in my Instagram feed. Bibliophiles may want to write a list of books to read. However, if you’d rather not write a list, draw a simple shelf to keep track of books to read in your bullet journal.
Track Books with a Simple List
If you love the dotted bullet journal you see above (my personal choice too), you can find this gorgeous medium blue Leuchtturm 1917 on Amazon.
Add Some Illustrations
@christina77star is one of my all-time favorite bullet journal accounts. She inspires me to make my bullet journal beautiful, although I rarely make it so colorful.
All bullet journalists need a good set of colored pencils.
The Sakura Micron Pens in a variety of sizes are truly my favorite black pens.
This one I found on pinterest with no valid link. If you know the original poster, please let me know and I’ll gladly provide the link.
These Zebra Midliners are amazing and come in tons of colors.
There are those Staedtler pens again. Bullet journalers LOVE them.
The Beautiful Book Shelf Tracker
How about tracking all the books in your favorite series? Check out the beautiful collection below.
This next photo just makes me smile. Who doesn’t love sumo wrestlers?
While the next amazing piece of art is not really a book tracker, I had to include this gorgeous Childhood Favorites spread.
I must say I’m totally impressed with @britishsnailmail’s ability to read so many books in one year!
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