March Bullet Journal Ideas + Inspiration

March Bullet journal cover page. It has a big blue butterfly sticker, the word March is cursive writing and the small month calendar and purple butterfly washi tape

At the end of the month, I not only like to reflect, but prepare for the new month, where I plan and work out how to achieve my goals. We all have our own way of planning and ensuring that you’re productive with your time. I use a combination of my bullet journal and to-do lists to achieve my monthly goals.

This month I have a busy month with personal appointments etc, so I decided to use a simple spread that is going to be the most functional for me this month. These pages are going to allow me to jot things done and track what I need to without having to reach for my coloured pens or worrying about how the spread looks once I start using it. I recommend simplistic designs when you have busier months.

Read: how you can set up your own bullet journal

So, grab your planner or your  bullet journal and come plan with me! I have used stickers from Homemade Dorset, N55 Grey Tombow, Blue Tombow and Pigma Micron 05.

Here are some March bullet journal page Ideas:

Highlights

This page is about looking for a positive light in every day. You can find something good in each day; this is a great practice in the evening, ending your day on a positive note.

A highlight page spread for your bullet journal with butterfly stickers and washi tape

Proud Page

Light the Highlights page, the ‘proud’ page idea is about looking for the positive parts of your day. To help improve your self-esteem and worth, look at what you have done each day and what you can be proud of. When you are regularly celebrating those every day small wins, it will motivate you more and improve your self-esteem.

This page, during the past few months, has really helped me especially when I have been dealing with a flare up; it keeps my mind focused on the positive aspects of my life and motivates me on bad days.

A proud page spread for your bullet journal with butterfly stickers and washi tape

March Habit Tracker

Habit trackers are a great tool when you are trying to introduce new habits or need to regularly practise habits. I have found habit trackers to be really helpful in holding me accountable as well as acting as a reminder for taking tablet and vitamins. There are so many different habit tracker layouts that you can use to help you to stay productive.

Learn about all habit trackers!

A habit tracker page with the different blue dots for the titles. Also has purple butterfly washi tape

March Blog Stats Page

Keeping track of your blog stats can be really helpful in tracking patterns and growth. I have been tracking my blog stats for years and it has showed me how far I have come from the beginning of my blog. I am trying to grow my blog and using this tracker helps me to know where I need to concentrate my focus.

A blog stats page using different coloured blue dots for the titles

March Brain Dump

A brain dump is a useful bullet journal page to literally ‘dump’ any thoughts, ideas or interests into your journal and out of your mind.

This page idea is really helpful for content creators. We get ideas come at really random times and when the idea pops into your head, you need to write it down before you forget.

A brain dump can be a powerful activity to do in the evening. This works really well if you are worried or anxious about things; it will help you to relax and sleep better.

A brain dump page with cursive writing, a butterfly sticker and washi tape

March Instagram Plan

Instagram and I have a love/hate relationship; sometimes I love it, sometimes I hate it! I am sure that a lot of people feel the same way because of the constant change in the algorithm ad the constant follow/unfollow game! I always struggle with Instagram, so I have been using my bujo to plan content for Instagram. In that way, I can try to be consistent in growing that platform.

March Bullet Journal Inspiration

A monthly playlist page spread for your bullet journal with butterfly stickers and washi tape

There are other page designs that you can use in your March Bullet Journal:

  • Monthly Playlist
  • Monthly budget/spending log
  • Monthly social media tracker
  • Mood tracker
  • Symptom tracker
  • A monthly cleaning habit tracker
  • A reading log
  • Monthly to-do list
  • Monthly calendar

These are a range of page ideas that have hopefully given you some inspiration for your own journal.

What do you like to use your bullet journal for? I’d love to hear in the comments.

58 thoughts on “March Bullet Journal Ideas + Inspiration

  1. I don’t think I could track my blog stats daily, I think I’d find that too depressing and likely to cause an I healthy fixation, much like trying to cut out carbs did to me. Good look with your March journaling

  2. Ooh fab ideas here! I love the ‘proud’ page, that’s such a lovely idea and sure to be a mood lifter! The blogging stats page looks really helpful too, I really need to get into the habit of tracking my stats more. Thanks for sharing x

  3. After reading this, I have realized that I have not been thinking out of the box when it comes to my bullet journal! Thank you for sharing such great tips. I love the idea of a proud page!

  4. Oh I love all of your great ideas here, I especially love the proud page. Your habit tracker is great too, I’ve been looking for a simple, not complicated habit tracker, yours is so great it’s perfect simple and clear. Also, thanks for the reminder to reflect & prepare.

    Last year I started using my journal as a planner also, I call it my daily, it’s a work in progress, keeps on evolving. I have my to do, daily food I’m keeping track of what I’m eating, my daily tarot card pull and I have a section for my daily joy, similar to your highlight page.

    Thank you for this post you’re very inspiring, xo

  5. I actually was just gifted a really nice bullet journal, so I’ve been looking at a lot of different posts the last couple of days for inspiration. I love the idea of the proud page. That’s one that I hadn’t seen anywhere else but could totally see benefiting my overall mental and emotional health. I’m definitely going to include that as I get March set up!

  6. I love these ideas , Lauren! I’ve started bullet journaling last month and was looking for some new ideas, this was very helpful! Thank you so much for sharing xx Penny | whatdidshetype.com

  7. Some super cool ideas in here! I also love how simply you keep your bujo in general.

    I’ve tried using them in the past but then not been able to commit because I spent so long making them look pretty lol!

    1. This is super simple because I was poorly when designing and I just wanted something super simple. Usually I love the creativity side and making them so colourful – it is like a form of self-care for me. But for March I stayed simple. That’s fair enough they are not for everyone. Thank you for reading and commenting.

  8. I’ve always wanted to start bullet journaling but never got around to it, this post makes me want to bite the bullet and go for it, I love the idea of tracking daily habits & having a space for brain dumps etc.

    Yours is soooo aesthetic though I feel like I’m not artistic/creative enough to make mine look as good as this! Teach me your ways!!

    Thanks for sharing chick. This will give people lots of inspiration for bullet journaling!

    Charlene McElhinney
    https://charlenemcelhinney.co.uk

    1. This spread was super simple and not very arty because I wasn’t well and just wanted something pretty basic for my planning needs. If you don’t think you are creative enough use stickers and washi tape both inexpensive, but both can change any spread into a creative colourful design. Thank you for reading and commenting.

  9. LOVE these journal ideas! Mine ends up being scribbles wherever/whenever. I dig your organizational techniques that generate ideas. Thanks for posting!

  10. My March bujo theme is butterflies and roses! I love your washi tape and stickers. I’m on the lookout for stickers, so I’ll check out Homemade Dorset. Love your no meat tracker 🙂 x

  11. Love these bullet journal ideas! I always want to start my own bullet journal, but in the end I never do it. This post motivates me to buy a notebook and finally start. 🙂

  12. These are some fab bullet journal ideas for March. I like the idea of creating a highlights page. I suffer from depression and it tends to flare throughout the month.

  13. Omg! Trying to get organized as a new blogger + this blogger stat idea is amazing! Definitely creating one of these! Thanks for this amazing ode

  14. I love the idea of doing a proud page because we should celebrate our wins no matter how small they are. I also have a love/hate relationship with IG too but that’s a good idea to plan your IG content!

  15. Such lovely ideas! I’ve been using a bullet journal for work. It’s not as pretty as your designs but it’s very useful. I’m doing much better at getting tasks done and not forgetting all I need to do 😉

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