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Bullet journal self-care page

bullet journal self care page

Why do you need a bullet journal self-care page?

During stressful times we often forget that we need to relax and wind down. Having a self-care page is an easy tool to remember what things you can do to relax and take care of yourself. Instead of having to think about what relaxes you when you are already stressed. You open your bullet journal and there it is! A whole list of things that relaxes you and makes you happy.

What kind of things can you write in a bullet journal self-care page?

You can write down anything you like to do that relaxes you or makes you happy. Going to a party, taking a nice hot bath, going biking through the woods.. the possibilities are endless. You can make it pretty with drawings or scrap material, or you can leave it plain. If you don’t own a bullet journal, you can also make a list in your planner or somewhere else, as long as you have easy access to it. Read my tips on living with a mental illness. It has some great tips for self-care.

My bullet journal self-care page

Bullet journal self-care page miss mental

My bullet journal self-care page is filled with things that relax and ground me. I’m dealing with severe anxiety, and during a panic attack, I often forget what I can do to calm down. So whenever I feel anxiety coming up, I open my bullet journal and pick one thing from my self-care page. I mostly end up in a lavender bath, that calms me the most. But any of these things work for me. I also added some color because that makes me happy. If you aren’t so crafty or you don’t have much time to make your own self-care page, you can get one for free if you sign up for my email list here.

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tools I used for my bullet journal self-care page

Disclosure: some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost for you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. I will only recommend things that I personally use and like.

I bought the Tombow dual brush pastel new last week, and I’m already in love with them, very bright pastel colors that can blend. And the best thing, they don’t see through the paper! Love them.

Check out my tips for mental illness and stress for more information on how you can take care of yourself.

bullet journal self care page ideas miss mental Self-care ideas

Are you going to make a bullet journal self-care page? Or do you have one already?

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22 COMMENTS

  • Sarah Bailey

    I have to admit I’ve not made a bullet journal myself but I can really see how they would be great for some people. I love the idea of a self-care page!

  • Marcie

    What a great idea! I feel like anytime I have a moment to myself, I waste it because I have no idea what to do. Love these suggestions!

    • Dimph
      AUTHOR

      I have the exact same feeling! But this has really helped me! Hope it works for you too!

  • Amber Myers

    Nice! I don’t really journal, but I like the list idea. Self care is so important. I mostly just read for my self care.

  • Sondra Barker

    This is a great idea! Self-care is definitely very important.
    xo, Sondra
    Cuisineandtravel.com

  • courtney buechle

    This is so cute and such a great idea! I always love looking back on things like this too!

  • Rosey

    My daughter is so good at keeping up with her journals. She is 19 and I hope she saves them forever.

    • Dimph
      AUTHOR

      I hope so too! it’s great for looking back years later!

  • Andrea

    I really like this idea of bullet journaling. While I journal every day I have yet to try bullet journaling. Such a wonderful self care idea!

    • Dimph
      AUTHOR

      Glad you liked it! Thanks for reading.

  • LaToyia Dennis

    No i have not tried bullet journaling. Although a self care journsl sounds perfect.

  • I actually have a downloadable bullet journal in my resource library. It has a self care page because I think self care is so important!

  • Tatanisha Worthey

    Journals are an underrated tool for this kind of stuff. Keeping track and tabs really helps you to collect data!

  • Louise Smith

    I have to admit I’ve never thought about making a bullet journal for self-care. I think it’s a great idea though, and think it could really help a lot of people 🙂

    Louise x

    • Dimph
      AUTHOR

      Thank you for reading, I hope you try it!

  • Angela Ricardo Bethea

    These are such a great idea. I will surely share this with my friend who really loves to do her journal.

  • Trang Trang

    Nice! I haven’t thought of a self-care page before! Can’t wait to try.

    • Dimph
      AUTHOR

      Enjoy! I hope it helps you as much as it does for me

  • Rhiannon Day

    This is a great idea! I have a self care list in my own journal that I turn to when I need a little “me” time or reminding. I think especially for those of us with anxiety, we can forget to do these basic things and sometimes even what good self care looks like. Having a go-to list might seem simple, but it is an incredibly powerful tool. Thanks for posting Kim.

    • Kim
      AUTHOR

      It’s very helpful to have something visual!

  • Lisa Luke

    I have a question about writing or cursive handwriting on the bullets going across the grid. I’m a first time bullet journal. I was wondering do i write on each grid going across (it gets all jumbled up by the way) can i skip a line. I want to improve my self care. Im devoting my whole journal to self care. Please any advice would help. Thank you.

    • Kim
      AUTHOR

      I never pay much attention to the grids, I use the grids mainly for when I’m drawing borders and such.

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