No matter what your money goals are, one of the most tried-and-true methods to reach them is through saving and budgeting. That’s where a bullet journal can help.

These journals embrace your creativity as much as they embrace your money goals, and provide a more relaxed, visually appealing approach to managing your money. Here are 10 bullet journal examples we just can’t get enough of.

1. There’s no better place to start than with tracking your daily spending.

DAILY BULLET JOURNAL

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2. Which can lead to tracking your monthly spending.

TRACKING BULLET JOURNAL

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3. Don’t forget the big stuff.

LARGE ITEM BULLET JOURNAL

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4. Map out your goals.

MAPPING BULLET JOURNAL

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5. #goalz

GOAL BULLET JOURNAL

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6. Keep your eye on the prize.

PRIZE BULLET JOURNAL

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7. And have some fun with it.

FUN BULLET JOURNAL

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8. Need to pay off a large debt? Start with a tracker like this.

LOAN BULLET JOURNAL

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9. Or this.

HOUSE BULLET JOURNAL

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10. Follow this approach for saving for the big day.

WEDDING BULLET JOURNAL

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