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21 Borderline Genius Bullet Journal Spreads For Tracking Your Finances

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1. This savings tracker that makes keeping an eye on *all* your savings goals a breeze.

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2. This six-month budget planner so you'll stop winging it.

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3. This beautiful spread that will almost make paying bills a pleasure.

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4. This minimalist tracker that will help you break down where your money is going.

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5. This handy-dandy little receipt pocket to supplement any finance spread so you can keep everything in one place.

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6. This savings tracker that will have you rolling in gold in no time.

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7. This list to keep handy so you don't forget about those bills you have on auto-pay.

Instagram: @thejournaltea

8. This ultra-sleek tracker that will make you keep an eye on how much you're really spending on eating out.

Instagram: @mybujoplace

9. This satisfying challenge that will actually make you want to ease up on the miscellaneous purchases.

Instagram: @lookbullet

10. This tracker that will force you to be mindful about each purchase — instead of studiously avoiding checking your bank account.

Instagram: @bulletby_r

11. Or this one that lets you just jot things down as you buy them.

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12. This comprehensive spread for anyone who wants to stay super on top of their expenses.

Instagram: @wendafulplanning

13. This six-month spread to keep track of expenses long-term — including a place for renewal dates so you're never caught off guard.

Instagram: @lifebywhitney

14. This pastel wish list to separate your wants and needs so you can budget accordingly.

Instagram: @bujo_by_me

15. This guided savings log that will help you put away $1,380 in a year by saving one more dollar each day than the day before.

Instagram: @lobkeverelst

16. This nifty little graph for paying off your debt bit by bit.

Instagram: @aria82

17. This dainty savings log so you can see how a little every month can really add up.

Instagram: @courtney

18. This yearly log so you can get real about how you actually spend your money.

Instagram: @everydayreflections

19. This monthly spread for sticking to your budget and making sure no bill goes unpaid.

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20. This spread that will help you save up for your dreams without getting overwhelmed.

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21. This floral-themed tracker that will help you ~grow~ some money sensibilities.

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