Use this free Dot Grid Paper Printable to give bullet journaling a try!
I’m a very messy writer, so I love the idea of using dot grid paper to keep things neat. I’ve recently wanted to give bullet journaling a try. But I didn’t want to move out of my current planner that’s customized to my needs between printables and the inserts that came with it.
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If I don’t totally love something, I can just take it out and move on. No commitment is necessary! (I use this planner in case you’re wondering). So I decided to make some dot grid paper sized for my A5 planner that I can just punch and add into my planner and thought I’d share it with you guys!
I love using this dot grid paper for brainstorming, goal planning or any of the more creative things where my writing tends to sprawl all over the place and take over the page. If it sounds like I have terrible handwriting, it’s because I DO! So this really helps keep things in check.
By the way, the little “weekly goals” list is totally random and I just jotted it down quickly to make the dots more obvious in the picture. So no, unfortunately making rolls is not on my list of goals this week. But there’s always next week. #dreambig
Download Dot Grid Paper Printable
The printable is available in several sizes: U.S. Letter, 8×10, A4, A5, and Pocket Sizes. Enter in your email and I will send them all to you.
I don’t know if I’ll ever make the transition to a traditional bullet journal because I love the flexibility of my planner, but for now this “bullet journal paper” is a nice way to make my writing/brainstorming pages more organized in my planner!
***If you would like the dots to be on both sides of your paper, adjust your printer settings to be two sided and it will print both sides with no problem.***
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