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Budget Tracker Bullet Journal Ideas
Ever since we published our super popular Bullet Journal tracker collection our readers have been asking for more budget tracker Bullet Journal ideas to help them manage their finances. So that’s why we have today!
Since you have your Bullet Journal with you all day every day it makes perfect sense to track your expenses and keep an eye on your budget with it. And there are so many creative layouts for you to try out for yourself.
Have a browse through the ones we’ve picked out for you, think about your budgeting goals and what you want to keep track of and then put something together that will work for you!
Budget dashboard spread
If you have a side hustle making money online with Pinterest or eBay then this online tracker is a nice way to keep track of your earnings and motivate yourself to keep putting in the effort!
Monthly bills tracker for utilities
Oh I LOVE the idea of keeping track of utility bills over the course of the year with a little graph so you can see high your usage goes up and down! This is a way you can see where you can save money on your utility bills not just how much they cost.
Budget tracker spread
And speaking of charts, here’s another way to incorporate one into your financial Bullet Journal spreads. This time the chart will show you which months you were over budget and which months you were under.
Monthly budget list
Simple expenses tracker
Monthly budget spread
This spread jumped out at me because of that cute little piggy bank doodle, but on closer inspection I realised that this was a really well thought out budget dashboard spread. There’s space for keeping track of monthly expenses and savings goals as well as a budget v actual table to help you get an overall picture of your spending each month.
No spend tracker
This isn’t really a budget tracker, but if you’re trying to save money by having no spend days you should think about making a layout like this one to help you build the habit and track your progress!