Top 10 bullet journal accounts to follow on Instagram and YouTube

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Marissa Chow
  • We rounded five of our favourite bujo enthusiasts on each social media platform
  • Whether you’re looking for theme and colour inspiration or an online community, you’ll find them here
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We've rounded up 10 of the best online resources to help you bujo better.

Whether you’re a seasoned bullet journalist or just starting out (in which case, check out our guide to setting up your first journal), social media is the best place to find ideas to spark your creativity. Here are Young Post’s top Instagram accounts and YouTube channels to check out for bujo inspo:

Instagram

@bullet.journals

With more than 688K followers, @bullet.journals posts Q&As, story templates, giveaways, and discounts for all the stationery you need to bujo. They also share the posts of other bullet journalists using the hashtag #bulletjournalss

@bulletjournal_veronica

This 16-year-old bullet journalist posts doodle tutorials, phone wallpapers, and stationery haul videos as well as bullet journal spreads. Her posts are organised by theme and you’ll notice a clever colour gradient as you scroll down the page.

@journalsbyclara

One thing that stands out about 17-year-old Clara’s bullet journal spreads is the beautiful hand lettering and calligraphy. She also adds stickers, cutouts and her own illustrations as decorations.

@bujowithpau

The spreads on Paula’s account have a minimalistic feel – perfect inspiration for anyone looking to experiment with a clean and simple theme. Paula posts a lot of trackers and inspirational quotes as well.

@art_n_foxes

Laura, who also has her own YouTube channel dedicated to bullet journaling, mainly posts blank templates such as monthly spreads, gratitude logs and mood trackers. Her posts are organised by month, colour and theme.

YouTube

AmandaRachLee

Amanda Lee, or AmandaRachLee as she’s more commonly known on YouTube, is one of the most famous bullet journalists out there. She uploads “Plan With Me” videos for each month of the year, as well as drawing ideas and stationery hauls.

Caitlin’s Corner

As well as her journaling stuff, 22-year-old Caitlin posts videos on other lifestyle topics. One of her most popular videos teaches you how to set up a new journal – a must-watch for anyone looking to start their first bujo!

MyLifeinaBullet

Cristina Tamas, the person behind this channel, doesn’t post regularly, but her videos (which include occasional stationery reviews) are neat and look professionally filmed.

Mira’s Journal

Mira from Germany uploads videos that revolve about bullet journaling, art and music. She also has an Instagram account (@miras.journal) where she posts spreads from her bullet journal.

Journal Away

On this channel, you can find bullet journal flip-throughs, notebook reviews and art tutorials. The bullet journals featured typically have intricate, beautiful designs inside, and in each “Plan With Me” video you’ll find time-lapse footage of the designs being drawn or painted.

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