I’ve been a part of the journaling community for a few years now. In this community, we share ideas, techniques, and best of all  – our pages. I’ve seen thousands of different pages from hundreds of different individuals.  Being the psychology nerd that I am, I’ve unearthed some patterns. While everyone’s journal is unique to them, your personal style will usually fall into one of six categories.

What’s YOUR Bullet Journal style? I’ve designed a super fun, fast and easy quiz to help you discover where you fall on the Bullet Journal spectrum. Click below and discover your planner personality!

Psst! When you’re done with the quiz, check below to get a customized supply list to build YOUR perfect Bullet Journal!

*While I’ve worked hard to be as accurate as possible, this quiz is for entertainment purposes only. Please don’t hate on me if you don’t like your results. But please feel free to share with your friends if you do! Enjoy!


What’s Your Planner Personality?

The Minimalist

Clean lines and no-nonsense. You’re looking for the little black dress of Bullet Journals. Here’s a list of classic supplies to build your dream Journal!
The Leuchtturm1917 is the classic Bullet Journal. High quality with just enough extra features to keep it super functional!



The Pilot Metropolitan is a professional fountain pen at a beginners price. It’s super easy to change out cartridges and also comes with an adapter so you can fill it with your own custom inks!



The Boss Lady

Your ultimate journal is a powerhouse of productivity! Here’s a list of supplies to help you build a journal that’s better than an executive assistant!

The Faber-Castell Ambition fountain pen is the ultimate Boss Lady tool.



The Leuchtturm1917 in Prada Red to match those Boss Lady stilettos.




You’ll need a ruler to create all those boxes and lines that order your journal. This set of stainless steel rulers comes 2 for the price of one, keeping Boss Lady’s profits up!



The Artist

The Artist needs high-quality paper to create their show-worthy pages. Check out these supplies to build your perfect creative outlet!

Scribbles That Matter matter notebooks come with buttery soft high-quality paper (100gsm) that can stand up to all your mediums – even watercolors! You also get free inspiration for doodling courtesy of their iconic covers.



Staedtler Triplus Fineliners are the perfect pens for adding color and detailed doodles!




Tombow Dual Brush Pens are excellent for both coloring and calligraphy! The ultimate journal beautifying tool!



The Scrapbooker

The Scrapbooker is a crafty genius with an eye for preserving memories. Here are some supplies to create your perfect journal experience!

A Travelers Notebook is the ultimate journal for adding all those extras a Scrapbooker loves. Click the picture to read more about Traveler’s Notebooks!



Washi Tape is the most fun and versatile supplies you can own. Use it for decoration or for sticking momentos onto your journal!


Planner Stickers jazz up your journal while also keeping you on track!




The Scribe

The Scribe needs high-quality pens and paper to practice their craft. Check out these premium tools to enhance your journaling experience!

All Rhodia Notebooks come with the famous Clairefontaine paper that is a dream to write on!





The Tombow Fudenosuke are my absolute favorite pens to use for calligraphy! They’ve enhanced my practice so much and they’re only $5!



This 19 piece box set comes with 2 nib holders, 10 nibs, and 5 bottles of ink! What a wonderful gift for aspiring scribe in your life!




The Rebel

If you’re a rebel you’re probably too cool for the traditional Bullet Journal school. Here’s a list of supplies that will make planning quick and easy and keep you free to roam.

The Erin Condren Life Planner has everything thing you need to stay organized all year! Pre-printed pages make sure you have minimal work to do and maximum life to live.



Keep life simple with a pack of Paper Mate Ink Joy pens!





I hope you had fun with this quiz! What’s YOUR planner personality? Let me know in the comments!


  1. Finally, a useful, sensible entertainment quiz. I enjoyed this one. Plus, I got a decent result, LOL.

    I am promtted to read this blog now. Looking forward to it.



    • Exactly, I got boss lady with the first shopping list being the minimalist. Exactly who I am.

    • hollysharp60 Reply

      It said artist but the problem is I’m not good at it. Maybe I’ll learn something.

  2. Susanne Jaklitsch Reply

    Thanks for your great overview, insights and ideas! I took the test three times, because I wanted to thoroughly reflect on what I expect from my (yet to be created) BUJO. I got inspired, and I’m positive it’s interesting for all journalers who want to compare their habith with their wishes/expectations 🙂

  3. I Love your blog and all the great printables you give us. Thank you so much!

  4. Interesting… I got The Boss Lady! Hahaha I always thought mine were boring because they’re so plain and organized.

  5. Thanks nice to know I have the style of a Boss Lady. I have to go shopping.😀

  6. I came out as a rebel. I can see this, but found that my actual use of my journal was never listed. I do keep a monthly calendar as well as lists. The bulk of my journal is artwork and designs, but not the typical doodley, bannery stuff. Designs for stuff to build and make. Ideas, and yes lists, like my seed order plan in the middle of a dollhouse plan. 🙂 The journal I am currently using is a Piccadilly Flatline Sketchbook. I haven’t been able to find another. It’s 7 1/8 by 9 5/8 and about an inch thick with nice cream pages. Wonderful for pencil, markers, and even my fountain pen.

  7. I love the scrap book style. Love colors and washi tape too. I have a 3 ring binder mini binder that I use . I like the ability to add and remove pages when I want.

  8. Somehow I just knew that I’d be the Scrapbooker type. Yes. I am – but not to that extreme. Color and designs adorn every page, but it’s the memories that are important.

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