So, you’re getting ready for NaNoWriMo, and you need a NaNoWriMo BuJo Tracker? No problem, we got you covered.
Check out these awesome spreads found around Instagram. These trackers are all from 2016, since it’s a little early for people to be broadcasting their newest creations for 2017. If you spot a new favorite or you want to share one with us, tag us me Instagram @SortedSoulBlog, or post a note below!
I am in love with the idea of writing a novel, and I’ve started NaNoWriMo once before. But I didn’t win. I think I took my writing too seriously, or didn’t do enough planning. Either way, it was a fun start, but in the end I stalled and gave up. boo for me!! What is your secret to getting to the end?
I did very much enjoy writing in public… maybe that’s the trick. Go to the coffee shop or the library with the book and just write. Write. Write.
On to the trackers!
NaNoWriMo Bujo Tracker #1: 50k in 30 Days Bujo Spread.
Emilywritesbooks and she does a nice job of setting herself up for success by getting her words per day tracker all set for the big event!
This sleek tracker gets right to business with preset word targets for each day of the month.
NaNoWriMo Bujo Tracker #2:
Lazyluluplanner has created a decorative vertical design to motivate her November write-a-thon. Go Lulu!
NaNoWriMo Bujo Tracker #3:
You can count on bojo.berry to have an efficient and organized tracker. And of course it’s beautiful and motivating all at the same time.
NaNoWriMo Bujo Collections
Or, perhaps you want an entire mini-journal dedicated to all of the things your novel will need!
Boho.berry has a massive 23 pages of ideas and planning check it out!
Never heard of NaNoWriMo? Check out their website, NaNoWriMo.org maybe you will write a novel in November! Oh, and if you’re a giant nerd, you might even want to print this monthly tracker for November, great if you love coloring in squares: Dave Seah – NaNoWriMo calendar.
Looking for some dot grid paper, <click to print you own!