These free printable chakra themed bullet journal planner printables are fun to color and easy to use. The set includes a habit tracker, daily log, weekly log, and a goal planner page. Grab six free printable chakra planner pages for a more aligned, connected month.
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How to use planner printables
Planner and bullet journal printables are a quick way to add beauty and functionality to your planner or bullet journal.
Instead of spending all week carefully re-drawing your layout to get it “perfect,” you can print, color, and start planning!
I recommend using one of the best papers for planner printables for your bujo printables. My top pick is HP 32# paper because it’s sturdier and brighter than “regular” printer paper. You’ll be able to color and draw on your pages without frustrating bleeding and feathering ruining your designs.
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The pens you use can have an impact on feathering, too. Make sure to check out this post on the best pens for bullet journaling. (The TL:DR version is that Sakura Pigma Microns are great – they don’t bleed or feather and they’re available in a variety of colors and sizes.)
You may want to use gel pens when you color your planner pages. Discover the best gel pens for coloring in this post (including budget picks that actually color).
These printables are in US letter size.
Happy Planner Big, Franklin Covey Monarch, and Daytimer Folio all use US letter sized pages, so you don’t need to print to scale or trim if you use one of these systems.
For other planner systems and bullet journals, you’ll need to print the pages to scale and trim them down using a paper trimmer. Fortunately, this is very easy because I’ve already done the math for you. Just use the chart below. Bullet journal notebooks come in a variety of sizes – measure yours to ensure a correct fit if you’re not sure what size you have.
How to add pages to your planner depends on the planner system you use:
- For disc bound systems, like the Happy Planner, you’ll need to use the appropriate hole punch. Make sure to get the Classic size for Classic and the Big size hole punch for the Happy Planner Big.
- For ring planners like Filofax and Day Timer, you’ll probably want the correct hole punch for your specific system.
- This adjustable 6 hole punch is a great choice because it can be used for a variety of personal and compact A5 and A6 planners.
- You can also use a single hole punch and a spare planner page to line up the holes. Place the two sheets together with the punched planner page on top, use a pencil to mark where the hole needs to be, then punch the hole with your single hole punch.
- You can tape or glue pages into your favorite bullet journal or notebook.
- You can add pages to a spiral bound planner (like Erin Condren). The video below was originally filmed for this post.
Here’s a quick look at adding the habit tracker printable from this set to a spiral bound bullet journal notebook:
First, I printed my page to scale to match my notebook. Make sure to double check your planner’s actual size – sometimes the product’s alleged size doesn’t perfectly match up with it’s true measurements. You may want to scale down an additional number or two to ensure a large margin if you’d like to use decorative washi tape like I show.
Next, I trimmed the printable down with my trusty Fiskar’s paper trimmer. I didn’t worry about getting the exact measurement since I wanted the printable page to be slightly smaller than my notebook page. (I was so concerned with getting a photo before my three year old ran over to “help” that I accidentally trimmed the edges off the mandala in the center. Pay more attention than me when you cut yours!)
Finally, I taped the page in place. I prefer thin double sided sticky tape (some double sided tape is really thick for mounting things – this is not the type you want. You need traditional “Scotch” style tape that is double sided.) A tape runner would work, too. I personally find double sided tape easier and less expensive for planner printables. I added some washi tape for decoration – the double sided tape is doing the real work.
Free printable chakra planner inserts
Let’s take a look at your new chakra themed planner pages!
This set has six pages in printer-friendly black and white:
- Daily Log (To-do list, goals, and appointments). This page is versatile and can be used as ad daily log but also for weeks or months.
- Two page weekly spread.
- Goals/habits tracker.
- Goals planner with action steps.
- Undated monthly calendar.
If you need help setting and actually achieving your goals, make sure to visit this post on how to set weekly goals.
Chakra planner page download
Like all journal and planner printables on The Artisan Life, these are for personal and single classroom use. This includes use with any small group activity you are personally organizing, as long as you are not charging specifically to use this printables. (Book clubs, Scouts groups, etc.)
You are not licensed to redistribute the printouts or digital files to others for their personal use. Please just send your friends and coworkers to this page so they can download their own copies!
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I hope you enjoy using these chakra planner printables! If you prefer keeping a physical planner or journal, make sure to check out these additional free planner printables here on The Artisan Life:
Natasha Núñez is a former classroom teacher with a Masters of the Arts in Teaching. She also is a registered yoga teacher & holds a certificate in natural skincare formulation from the School of Natural Skincare. She shares her passion for education, positive parenting, free printables, and recipes for DIY bath & home products. Learn more about Natasha and where she’s been featured.