Organize Your Life with Bullet Journal Weeklies – #2!
I found so many beautiful examples of bullet journal weekly spread ideas, I had to create two posts! For the original post with a brief explanation of weekly layouts, check out my bullet journal weekly layout post.
Keep it Simple with Bullet Journal Weekly Spreads
The weekly spread below is my go to layout right now. As you can see, I like to keep things simple. If I feel like getting really fancy, I will color code my bullets. Obviously, that week I wasn’t feeling fancy. I’ve experimented with lots of weekly spreads, but the one below is the one that’s currently working for me. And that’s the whole point of bullet journalling. You do what works for you; keep it simple.
Feel Free to Jazz Up Your Weeklies
However, many of you have incredible artistic talents and/or a little more time to dedicate to your bullet journal, so I say, go ahead and make it ornate. Add color. Doodle everywhere. Draw pretty banners and intricate wreaths. Your bullet journal should be a sort of mediation. A bit of planning peace in your hectic day. And if adding embellishments to your bullet journal brings a little zen into your life, then you’re doing it right.
My Favorite Weekly Layouts
You’ll see in the collection below, that bullet journal weekly spreads can come in all shapes and sizes. Some fancy, some basic. Weeklies are not officially an element Ryder Carroll uses in the original bullet journal method, but it works for me!
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So there you have it. Some of my favorite weekly spreads. Did I miss any? Comment below with your favorite weekly spread. We’d love to see it!
If you’d like to see even MORE bullet journal weekly spreads, check out my original post, bullet journal weekly layouts
And if you’re looking for more bullet journal ideas, follow my bullet journal board on Pinterest.