Keep a Medical Appointments Log for your Health

Welcome to Day 49 of my #100DaysofBulletJournalIdeas Project! 

Idea 49: Medical Appointments Log

Medical Appointments Log

Today I was thinking about how I need to go get a teeth cleaning, and then I wondered how long it's been since I've had a regular check-up and so on and so forth. 

I realized a Medical Appointments Log would help me to stay more on top of this stuff. As it stands, I pretty much only have the records of my appointments in Google Calendar where I'd need to scroll or search for them, and written down in my Bullet Journals. I have over 30 months worth of history in my Bullet Journals, so searching for that info will take a while.

I was thinking about how I could make the log, and you guessed it, columns came to mind. 

The first column would be the type of Medical Appointment, so Dentist, Doctor check-up, etc. List all the kinds of Medical Appointments you do, you can be as specific as you'd like. The following columns would be the dates of the visit and for each, you could add a column for notes or write the notes underneath the date. Photo example to come. You can also write down your next appointment, or when you need to make another appointment for that kind of check-up. You could also have a column with information about if you were prescribed anything.

If you don't want to have a detailed log like this, you could use something like the When Did I Last ____? log. Either way, these are logs that can help you see all this information at a glance. These collections work in tandem with writing down your appointments in your Future Log, Monthly Log, Weekly Log, Daily Log, and your online calendar, pretty much however you tend to write down your appointments.

This way you can make sure to stay on top of your health a little better with the help of your handy dandy Bullet Journal. Stay healthy!

How do you keep track of Medical Appointments in your Bullet Journal?

P.S. If you're new to the Bullet Journal®, I recommend checking out, it was invented by Ryder Carroll. Ryder is an awesome human that walks you through how to set up your own Bullet Journal with his handy tutorial video that you can check out at!

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