Whether you’re making a money journal for yourself, as a gift or you want to sell money journals, this video gives you the tips and suggestions you need. Plus, using tools like Canva makes it super easy to create a journal for personal or commercial use…and fast. You can even use our templates to make it even easier.
What is a Money Journal and Why Would You Want to Keep One?
A money journal is a personal record where you can track income, expenses, savings, and financial goals. They can help people control over their finances, manage their budget, and make informed decisions to achieve their financial aspirations, such as saving for major purchases or achieving long-term financial security.
It can be a more structured opportunity to keep track of habits, spending and investing…or more of an exploration of money mindset…or both.
Some pages that might be included:
o Expense tracker
o Budgeting sheet
o Investment tracking
o Investment planning
o Ideas for saving money
You could include prompts for:
o Cultivating a better money mindset
o Improve budgeting skills
o Brainstorming ideas to boost income
o Avoiding and getting out of debt
o Increasing savings
o Investing – doing more and improving the quality
o Financial goals
If you want to learn more about making journal prompts, read or watch our journal prompt creation tutorial. Then, let's move onto making your journal.
How to Create a Money Journal Using Canva
The video at the top of this page shows you how to edit your fitness journal cover, by customizing fonts, understanding layers, adding text and images.
It also demonstrates creating a "Financial Goals" page for your journal and includes other journal customization tips.
Make it Easy with Our Money Journal Canva Template and 300 Copy-Paste Writing Journal Prompts
To make it easier to get started, creating our own money journal for commercial or personal use, we have the templates to get you started.
Let us help make fast work of creating and publishing your money journal to help you and/or your customers manage their financial future.