Bujo List – Part 1: Trackers & Pages

I have to say I was so overwhelmed trying to figure out what content I needed and wanted in my Bujo. It’s really limitless and I’m still trying to figure out on how to cut down a bit. Trackers are probably going to be the best bet for most of it due to it being easier to control and less space will be taken up.

Besides the obvious month page, year at a glance and the way my chores and to do list is set up is on a weekly layout.


As said you can use a tracker for just about anything. Just as an example here’s my Mood tracker I’m using:

This is a tracker I printed out from Boho Berry. I haven’t got my list on there as I’m working on transferring my trackers to this one. So only my moods are on there.

Now for a random list of trackers I came up with and chose some random basic one’s. I’ll have a more extended list as I brainstorm some more.


  • Mood
  • Weight
  • Water
  • Steps taken
  • Sleep
  • Blood Sugar (this is a must for me)
  • No Soda Challenge
  • No Sugar Challenge
  • Medication
  • Sleep
  • Devotional or Prayer Journal
  • Read
  • Write
  • TV episodes

In addition to those I came up with some collection ideas that I want to incorporate into my bujo. Again I’ll extend this list as I brainstorm this as well.

  • Gratitude
  • Prayer List
  • Movies To Watch
  • Books To Read
  • Books Read
  • Wish List
  • Medication List
  • Affirmations
  • Inspirational Quotes
  • Recipes To Try
  • Emergency Contacts
  • Accounts & Passwords (My Bujo is a stay at home one)
  • Level 10 Life
  • Monthly Goals
  • Weekly Goals
  • Hashtags I use
  • Blog Milestones
  • Blog Expenses and Hosting information
  • References for Bujo (everything from fonts used to colors)
  • Banners and other doodles
  • Handwriting reference
  • Blog post references (again everything from fonts used to colors)
  • Favorite blogs & resources
  • Blog Post Ideas
  • Facebook groups
  • Posting schedule (for blog and social media)
  • Post time cheat sheets
  • Pen test page
  • Monthly Memories
  • Yearly Overview

I know it’s a lot and can be overwhelming. I’m still feeling the rush and anxiety of it all hitting me at once. But I love the idea of having a bujo for organizing my personal life as well as my online ventures with blogging and social media. I believe I’m addicted. working in my bujo brings me happiness. And yes there are moments of frustration too.

Remember to check back for Bujo Lists & Trackers Part 2

I really hope this helps someone out.

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