Bullet Journal Templates you can use for Paperbacks and Printables

by | Feb 26, 2021 | Create | 0 comments

Sometimes it’s nice to have a stash of “shortcuts” and bullet journal templates are a great option because of their popularity – they’re also very easy to add to just about ANY low content interior.

But there are some things to keep in mind because you’re dealing with two tricky issues here:

  1. the fact that “bullet journal” is trademarked {as is “bujo”} and cannot be used to describe and sell your products and
  2. that you are using PLR journal templates and these need to be significantly customized before you publish

Let me say here that I do NOT want you to take my word about trademark issues – please do your due diligence.


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publish some quick journals or quickly add pages to an interior you’re creating.

Types of Books You Can Create with Your Bullet Journaling Template

So what kind of books can you create with a bullet journaling template? Let your imagination run wild!

A simple bullet-journal-style paperback on KDP is fine.

And if you think about it, you can mix and match layouts to create an infinite number of these books.

But then you can expand into planners.

A monthly or yearly planner is a great book to add dot grid templates to – especially when you have themed pages like a daily planner, a weekly planner, a menu plan, a gratitude page, a vision board page, and more.

How to Edit Your Commercial Use Bullet Journal Templates

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