Bullet Journal Layouts to Help Manage Your Mental Health

As you know, I am a huge proponent of self-care and mental health topics. I think that being aware and knowing how to take care of our mental health is hugely linked to other forms of well-being; however, are not taken as seriously as other forms of health. This post is an inspirational list of mental health bullet journal layouts. These include mental health trackers, self-care lists, gratitude pages, and other mental wellness related layouts. This post may contain affiliate links

Mental Health Tracking

My favorite part of this layout by @wild.woman.rising is that it is not only mental health tracking but also incorporates various forms of tracking like habits, sleep, etc.

This is a layout of my own which I created for a client, it’s a generic mood pixels layout but horizontal to fit into an A6 sized notebook!

This is another year in pixels created by Little Coffee Fox which I adore! I love the use of watercolor and how she only outlined the grid, it looks very nice!

This layout is a trigger tracker by @juliettestudios inspired by @lindsaybraman. I love this layout because it is not like most other mental health layouts. This layout is far more specific than most but SO useful.

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Bullet Journal Layouts to Help Manage Your Mental Health

This layout is another year in pixels by me. This particular one tracks 5 different moods.

This layout is another perfect example, by @akiyamahanayu, of a layout that incorporates not only mental health items as well as spending and other habits.

While a sleep log is not necessarily a mental health tracker per say. However, I am a strong believer that sleep affects mood and well-being so closely. For that reason, I have included sleep tracking into this post.

Mood trackers are incredibly popular in bullet journaling. What I like about this one by @bu.joos is that it is not a pixel grid but instead a line graph. I love this!

I love the very creative ways moods can be tracked. In this article are several examples. This one by @megobujos is a geometric mountain range.

This is one of my favorite layouts which I have done for a client. This one is in an A6 size notebook and looks so fun!

Bullet Journal Layouts to Help Manage Your Mental Health

Similarly to the above sleep log, this log is not necessarily about mental health but it includes tracking medication, sleep, and water. Also, this one was created in an A6 sized notebook.

This final mood tracker by @rachelbujo is beautiful. I love the wheel design, green color scheme, and natural vibe. A circle or wheel design is a fun way to track moods!

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Self-Care Layouts

Bullet Journal Layouts to Help Manage Your Mental Health

I am a huge proponent of self-care. Sometimes you don’t need a super intricate layout to incorporate self-care into your bullet journal. A simple list can be perfect.

This is a layout that takes a simple list of self-care ideas and ads cute doodles! Love this one by MissLouie.

Similar to the layout previously, this one by @mashaplans is a creative way to list self-care ideas!

I love this idea by Little Coffee Fox because of the creative alphabet twist! I think this layout can be so beneficial for someone who is struggling to come up with self-care ideas.

This self-care bullet journal layout is different than the ones previously mentioned. However, I love it! It’s such a simple idea and looks so clean. This page is a great layout by @hollylovesplanning.

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I know I have already shown a ton of self-care list layouts. BUT this one by the Bullet Journal Addict is so pretty so I wanted to share it too.

Gratitude Layouts

Bullet Journal Layouts to Help Manage Your Mental Health

I love gratitude layouts. I think the practice of gratitude is so important. Simply remembering good things can change your mindset for the better. This layout is a simple list page where you can add anything you want to the page that reminds you of things you are thankful for.

This gratitude tracker by @heartistic.jess is a fun twist on sunshine. Each day of the month you write something you are grateful for in one of the sunrays.



Other Mental Health Wellness Pages

This worry tree by @sparklymalarkey is unlike any layout I have seen previously. I love it for someone who might struggle with anxiety or someone who worries too much (aka me). I would love to learn more about the process of creating it!

Mindfulness is such a beautiful and useful idea and practice. Having a layout that helps you to be more mindful is an awesome idea! This page was made by @the.petite.planner and is so creative yet simple!

It is pretty common for people to incorporate quotes and motivational words into their bullet journal. I personally LOVE this concept. I personally have created pages to list positive and inspirational quotes. This page by Productive and Pretty is just like that, beautiful!

Similar to a gratitude list or a list of quotes, a list of items which make you happy is a fantastic idea for someone struggling with depression or any level of sadness. This one by @PassionPlanner is so beautiful.

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Here is a list of needs by Little Coffee Fox. I love this idea because it is so easy to forget to take care of our own needs!

Bullet Journal Layouts to Help Manage Your Mental Health

There are so many benefits of mindfulness and meditation tracking or listing out your meditation topics or experiences are great for your mental health. I love this idea by @bujo.casio.

These mental health pages are not for everyone, but for some people, it is a game changer. Want to check out more bullet journal layouts, check out my Instagram! Let me know what you are thinking in the comments below!

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