Joyful Journaling: Simple Spreads to Help You Become More Sustainable

We’re all about improving our eco-efforts, so we’ve created some quick and easy journal spreads to help you think of the future and plan for the planet. Like with all resolutions, it can be hard to keep on top of how well your efforts are working, so we are here to help you live your best eco life. 

These spreads are made using one of our Agenzio dotted notebooks but, in the interests of being sustainable, use any notebook that you have at home. This is the perfect opportunity to use that one you never got round to finishing, don’t let those empty pages go to waste! 

Level 10 eco-living

To craft this spread split your page into 12 sections (to represent each month) and leave room for 6 goals that you’d like to achieve throughout the year. Label each goal from 1 – 10. Staying true to your word when it comes to resolutions is much easier if you choose specific things you want to achieve and give them an action. Using this spread will help you make sure you complete your self-set goals and you’ll be able to see very clearly how well you’re doing. 

Our six goals are… 

  • Using a recyclable bottle 
  • Recycling at home 
  • Reduce printing at work 
  • Organic / local produce 
  • Save electrical energy 
  • Cycle/walk home 

We’ve allocated each task a colour and will grade how well we are doing throughout each month. Hopefully, as the habits become fully established, you’ll be able to complete these goals consistently. 



Sustainability pledges

Even if you set your sustainability goals now, you don’t have to be perfect straight away, you can just pledge to be better! This honeycomb-style spread has room for 4 sustainability pledges that you can complete throughout the year. 

Just write your pledge in the biggest box, then allocate different colours to represent how well you’re doing. 



At Paperchase we’ve made our own sustainability promise which you can read more about on our website. 

If you want to learn more about how to use a notebook to journal then read how to create 3 gratitude journal spreads or how to creative journal. 

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