Weekly Spread

 

On this page you can find everything you want to know about weekly spreads. Learn about what a weekly spread is and how you can use it!

What is a weekly spread?

Weekly Spread van Planning RoutineThe weekly spread is an overview of one week. There are a lot of different kind of spread you can use. Most of the time a weekly consist of one or two pages. You can add a lot of fun things to this spread!

This spread is great example of a spread that is not suitable for everyone. It can give you a great overview, but it can feel as ‘yet another’ spread to make in your Bullet Journal. There is a great possibility that you have to write down a task three times: in your daily, weekly and monthly! Not everybody needs a weekly spread in the Bullet Journal, but for busy people it can be very handy.

My weekly spread

Weekly Spread met Time Tracker van Planning RoutineIt took over 6 months to make a weekly spread that worked for me. I removed the spread from my Bullet Journal a few times, just to find I was missing an overview. I’ve decided to simplify the weekly with a time tracker overview and it worked perfect for me!

My weekly spread consist of one and sometimes two pages. If I have two pages, I’ll use the left for my goals and tasks and the right page to plan when I’m going to do what. Every section represents a day (except for the weekend) with all the tasks. It has a little place where I can write down some tasks. Below that is the time tracker where I can plan all my tasks. This way I can decide how much I’m able to do every day.

Do you want to know more about the time tracker and the color codes  I’m using? Check out this page!

Variations

I use my weekly most of the time for tasks and goals, but you can use it for a lot more! Just to give you some ideas:

  • Water tracker
  • Sleep tracker
  • Habit Tracker
  • Notes
  • Task list
  • Goals of the week

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