11 Weekly Spread Ideas for your Bullet Journal

11 Weekly Spread Ideas for your Bullet Journal

The best thing of Bullet Journaling is the fact that you van change any layout or spread to make it perfect for you. You can create your own style and get inspired from all the Bullet Journal inspiration you find online. This inspiration can give you new ideas to try and you can make that spread your own! This is the second post of the Inspirational series full of spreads and it will be full of Weekly Spread Ideas!

11 Weekly Spread Ideas

I’m a loyal user of the weekly spread in my Bullet Journal. I really love the little zoom and the overview of my weekly spreads. I finetune my weekly spread every time I find out that it can be better!

Last week we started with the inspiration series for your Bullet Journal!
Today it’s time for the second round of the inspiration series. I’m going to share 11 amazing weekly spreads from amazing Bullet Journalist around the world!

11 Weekly Spread Ideas

Christmas Weekly by @thebulletjournaladdict

This week's spread. 🎄🎅🏻🎁❤️

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Heidi has a beautiful Bullet Journal with great typography, doodles and productive spreads. Her weekly spread is covering two pages. The left page has a few sections with room for notes, her meals and what to buy this week. In the calendar, the current week is highlighted. The right page is basically a list with tasks that needs to be done, the weather and a habit tracker. Habit trackers are a great way to improve yourself! Her ‘water’ tracker is there to make sure she drinks enough water. Awesome spread with a lot potential!

Circular Weekly by @teachplancraft

This weekly spread from Kristine is a simple weekly spread in circular form. The circle looks really beautiful and is productive at the same time! The right page gives a lot of space to write unscheduled to-do’s and notes. It’s a great way to provide a clear overview of the current week.

Beautiful Header with vertical Weeklies by @christina77star

Christina is a popular Bullet Journalist with great inspiring spreads. This spread has a beautiful header with the most creative doodles! She creates a section for every day. It’s a great simple setup that gives a good overview and is simple in it’s use. You should also check out her other pictures on Instagram!

Amazing Doodling by @my.life.in.a.bullet

Another Cristina in this Weekly Spread Ideas list. Her beautiful drawings and typography inspire a lot of people. Het weeklies consists of a three columns with a section for every day. She writes down importants tasks and events of that day as a list in that section. The actual spread is really simple and is a great minimalistic Weekly Spread! She uses Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pens to make her spreads.

Advanced weekly spread by @craftyenginerd

This is a more advanced weekly spread with a few added habit trackers and a section for notes. It’s a great example of the things you can do with a Bullet Journal! The habit trackers can be a great way to see how well you’re doing with achieving your goals.

Vertical Time Trackers by @howtobulletjournal

I have changed my weekly spread in the December Setup. I like this minimalistic look. It’s just a bunch of vertical time trackers for the next two weeks. The colors represent a different kind task. I’ve used the Zebra Mildliners and Staedtler Pigment Liners for this setup. If you want to try this spread, but don’t want to draw it yourself, you can buy the sticker of printable version of the weeklies. I’ve made several versions of weekly spreads for you! You can find them at my Etsy shop!

Classical Approach by @plantosucceed

Week at a glance 😊 Hope you're all having a great day!

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This weekly is a more ‘classical’ way to approach a week. She has a section for every day of the week with a place to write down some notes next to it.  The little calendar highlights the current week. It doesn’t need any more explanation!

Simplistic, productive Look by @lindaplans

I loved last week's layout so I am keeping it for this week as well. 😄 The doodles are inspired by the amazing @luckyletters

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I really like Linda’s simplistic look on the Bullet Journal with a lot of black and white. Her spreads are clear and provide a great overview of the week. She has a lot of room for notes and lists in her spreads. She also writes with a beloved Pilot Metropolitan Fountain pen

Beautiful Brushlettering by @maryj13

This spread is made by Mary in a Leuchtturm1917 notebook, which is a very popular choice among Bullet Journalists. Her spreads are clear and provide a clear overview of the week. She included a meal tracker in her spread (breakfast, lunch and dinner). The brush lettering is done with Pentel Brush Pens.

Trackers and Notes by @pages2plans

This spread from Natalie provides a few habit trackers on the first page for various things, like her books, Instagram posts and exercising. The rest of the left page is used as a to-do list for different days. The right page is a regular weekly spread with a header for every day and a list of tasks, events or appointments below. She uses Steadtler Triplus Fineliners

Beautiful colors by @thebulletjournaladdict

Another spread from Heidi! She uses beautiful colors in her spreads. They are not only beautiful, but also makes the weekly layout a lot clearer! This Weekly spread explains itself and doesn’t need much explanation. It’s a great spread and a great way to end this list of weekly spread ideas.

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Do you have a great inspiring Weekly Spread? Let me know in the comment section below!

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Natascha is the designer and illustrator behind Planning Routine. She inspires people to start their own Bullet Journal or Planner. To make this easier, she has opened an Etsy shop with planner stickers and printables.

  • Rachel Diamonika

    Dear Natascha. Thank you for sharing these weekly spreads. Using a preprinted Filofax agenda, I’m finding my way through weekly spreads and appreciate all ideas. Merry (late) Christmas from Belgium. Rachel

    • You’re very welcome Rachel! I hope I have gave you some nice ideas for your own weekly spreads. The same and the best wishes for 2017 from the Netherlands! 🙂

  • Pála Margrét Gunnarsdóttir

    Very inspirational! I just started using the Bullet journal for the first time and was just wondering if you would then only have monthly and weekly logs – or are you doing daily logs as well? Thank you 🙂

  • Monica Nieckula

    I love all of these ideas. I’d love some feedback on my bullet journal February spreads.