Sometimes you get stuck in a mental block and have a hard time thinking of all the symbols and signifiers you will want for your Bullet Journal Key Page! Here is a list to inspire you while you start your new Bujo!
Hi – have a mental block and don’t know what you want your Key Page to look like or what your symbols and colors are going to mean for your Journal? Look no further! I have an awesome list of ideas for you to steal from and make your own down below!
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If you don’t know what a Bullet Journal Key Page is then you really need to check out my other post on them here!
In summary; your key page is there to help you be productive and consistent throughout your journal. For example, when you were in school did you ever put down abbreviations for things in your notes that you couldn’t understand when you went to look at them later? Putting in a key page is SO important to be able to keep the confusion levels down!
Like for real – how many of you out there have a toddler that wants you to rock them like a baby while your newborn spits up all over you?
When you go to do something you enjoy like writing in your Bujo – make it as easy as possible to be an enjoyable experience!
For the Aspiring and the Lazy Hopeful!
Sometimes I need a little help in getting my journal started or just straight up do not have enough dang time! I use these Printables and stickers to fill in the gaps and keep my bujo rolling!
Bullet Journal Key Printable – Life hack that I recommend when you just don’t want to do it yourself!
A Bullet Journal Stencil Kit – This will make drawing your symbols EASY
A Custom Leather Bound Bullet Journal – This is just for fun. I love this!
Bullet Journal Key Page Ideas
Here is a collection of examples for you to pull from and then hand craft your own key that will make your life sooooo much easier!
This black and white design is beautiful – and the symbols that are included are simple and straight forward. A reminder with the first example is that things don’t need to be complicated!
Quite a few key page designs that I have seen involve literal keys being drawn as the inspiration. Interesting how our minds work and are drawn to something tangible! This is a great design!
Simple and sweet! This spread shows how few symbols you might really need for your bujo key! Remember you can ALWAYS add to your list afterwards so long as you leave space!
This is a great key page for a journal designated for school. Also – remember a legend is the same thing as a key! A very simple key page idea.
The key is simple! The picture has a lot more depth to it than just a simple legend though.
Remember what I said about keys being an inspiration for your bujo key page? This picture has literal keys in it! Lol – outside of that, this is a GREAT example of how informative this page can be!
A great legend that covers almost any type of errand or event one can likely plan ahead for!
More Keys for inspiration in your journal – I bet by the end of this you will end up having one somewhere on your key page!
Strong and pretty – this is a very appealing page to me! The well drawn flowers to remind me of growth and beauty! The solid boxed in Key to keep me on track with what I am trying to do. This is a great idea!
Color coding your journal can also be SO helpful in distinguishing different tasks and notes on spreads throughout your Bujo! For more ideas on color coding your journal check out my other post!
More color coding mixed into your Key Page! This key idea will work wonders throughout your journal!
This is an AWESOME resource for trying to figure out which symbols you want/need to include in your Bullet Journal Key Page!