The bullet journal weekly spread is probably the most used page in the bujo. If you’re consistently using your bullet journal weekly, you probably want to avoid the monotony of using the same bujo layout again and again.
Here’s a massive list of bullet journal weekly spread ideas that are easy enough for anyone of any artistic level to achieve.
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- Lightweight, transparent ruler* and nifty angle and circle ruler* to make perfect lines and shapes
- Block letter stencils* and pretty planner stickers* to decorate your pages
- Vibrant pens*and subtle but beautiful highlighters* to keep you ultra organized
Simple bullet journal weekly spreadsMinimalist bujo ideas to ease your way into weekly pages.
Line down centerA line down middle with date highlighted in center. Easy peasy. (via @bujobooster)
A few gridsYou can use lines sparingly, yet still creates distinct sections. (via @mysocalledbujo)
Simple colored checkboxesA touch of color just as a simple date header and for your checkboxes can make your page look really pretty. (via @maryberrystudy)
Date on bottomMost bullet journal weekly spread ideas have the date listed at the top of the designated section, but in this one, the day of the week marks the top border and the date as the bottom border. (via @bujo.by.marieke)
Easy horizontalA straightforward way to get things done. (via @mylife.mylove.mypassion)
Alternating text spacesThis one provides variety and consistency at the same time. The placement of each day’s tasks alternates on one side, but is grouped together vertically on the other. (via @nini.journal)
Layout template set upIf you look closely at this spread, the filler information is not straight on the page but on cut-outs. If you do like a specific layout, make it into a bullet journal printable, or draw it once and log your weekly tasks on fun, colorful post its* instead. (via @nohnoh.studies)
Weekly tasks plus a separate goals sectionThis one has different sections for goals versus daily tasks. Don’t you love how all the colors work so well together here? (via Organized Mom)
Rainbow trianglesIf you like color, then here’s a neat way to incorporate all the tones of the rainbow without it being unicorn vomit overkill. (via @rainbowbulletjournal)
EnvelopesJust changing the angle of one side of your rectangle gets you this spread, which reminds me of envelopes. (via @journalbydesign)
TriangularThis triangular layout just feels so right. #imsopunny (via @jenniifur)
PrismUsing a single point as one of the corners of your boxes gives you this nifty look. (via @lifebywhitney)
Spreading raysYour daily logs all branch from a beautiful center focal point, kinda like rays of sunshine. (via @the.petite.planner)
Octagons and hexagonsUsing an eight-sided shape as pictured below gives you a bit more room, but using a six-sided shape is gaining popularity in bullet journaling. (via Pin source)
Segmented wheelI thought this was a clever, out of the box way to organize weekly tasks. (via @teachplancraft)
Letters of days of weekA fat block version of the first initial of each day of the week become the outline of the space for your daily events and tasks. (via @lifebywhitney)
Christmas treesGo festive with theme-inspired weekly set-ups, like this one that’s perfect for Christmas. (via @lifebywhitney)
Doodled horizontal timelineYou can also be strategic with doodles to create reference points for your daily to-do list. Follow a theme to create a cohesive landscape that still functions nicely for your needs. (via @teachplancraft)
Features to increase productivityThese spreads are both eye-appealing and very functional.
Separation of events from tasksThis is such an easy way to keep your events and appointments that are time specific separate from your running to-do list. (via Pin source)
Time tracker with color coding
Take note of how you use your time down to the hour with color coded time ladders like you see on the left. Also love the checkered table of the right side to record things such as your:
- Food in your bullet journal
- Finances in your bullet journal
- Travel in your bullet journal
- And other notes
Time logAdding the hours of the day to your daily spread will allow you to pinpoint time blocks to tasks on your to-do list or events. Easier and more likely to accomplish your goals when you can specifically designate time to your projects. (via @nohnoh.studies)
Daily task migration
Another great way to be more productive with your time is to set and track goals in your bullet journal. A daily assessment of your to-do list will for sure encourage you to become better at using your time wisely.
Your to-do list is probably a million items long, so breaking down what your top three goals each day are will help you prioritize your day’s activities. If you don’t get to a certain task in your day, you can migrate it to the following day. (via Pin source)
Overview of week in sectioned categoriesIt can also help to break down your day into important categories. A grid like this will make it so much easier to catch an overview of your entire week. (via @christina77star)
There you have it, tons of bullet journal weekly spreads and layouts that will add variety and creativity to your own bujo pages.
Sticking to using your bullet journal weekly will be so much easier and efficient with aesthetic and pragmatic weekly spreads for the bullet journal such as these top-notch ideas you’ve just seen.
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