15 Bullet Journal Weekly Spread Ideas

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Bullet journaling is my secret weapon to staying organised. If you don’t know what a Bullet journal is read this post ‘Why you NEED a bullet journal’

Do you need inspiration for your bullet journal weekly spreads? I hope these 15 bullet journal weekly spread ideas help you find something that you like and works for you.

Bullet journal weekly spreads are one of the key components of my bujo. They allow you to add more detail than your monthly log allows and customise them to what you need to see for your week. It let’s you forward plan for the week in detail where the monthly and daily logs don’t.

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If your a newbie I recommend starting minimalist to get the hang of it and then slowly add other elements in as you grow more confident. If you’ve been bullet journaling for awhile more complex spreads may be exactly what you need.

Finding the perfect weekly spread can be a bit difficult. It helps to look at a bunch of different bullet journal ideas and then pick and choose what you like from each spread. I recommend trying some out and customising them to your needs. If you’re stuck for ideas still after this post try going to Instagram and search the instagram #bujoweekly or try my Pinterest boards.

Detailed Weekly Spread

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This spread is a great example of how you can plan out your life in a weekly spread. You don’t need a daily log when you have a weekly spread like this one.

Scrapbook Weekly Spread

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This spread is very fluid with no rigid boundaries. It’s fun but also has lots of room for details over the two pages.

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Coffee Inspired Spread

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A very cute spread that looks like it was done using a typewriter. I like how the days are on one page and the tasks tracker is on the right. Very neat and functional.

Minimal One Page Spread

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A very minimal spread that is also using time blocks. Really basic and functional.

Winter Theme

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Perfectly simple but still pretty.

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An Easy Weekly Spread

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This weekly spread would be easy to do. Some loopy headings and then some pictures and ripped kraft paper strategically placed and you’re done. It’s effective and pretty.

Sticky Note Spread

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The boxes in this spread remind me of sticky notes .It’s a good use of space and you still have half a page for all the other details in your week.

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Decorative Two Page Spread

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This spread is cute with the floral doodles and gives you a whole page for tracking and notes. If you don’t need much room for your daily logging this would be great.

Beehive Spread

I love the patterned background effect of this one. I am going to guess that they used a stencil to achieve this effect.

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Detailed Daily Logging

I like this spread because there is plenty of room for daily logging and you still have room for decorating at the top and bottom of the page.

Weekly Goals

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This is a great layout if you have goals for your week. You can see your weekly schedule and goals all on one spread. The leaves are very cute too.

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Halloween Spread

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I think this is my favourite spread as it divides your personal and work schedule and you still have a whole page for tracking and notes.

Simple But Stunning

This two-page spread is simple but beautiful. I like the way that the boxes are set out like its just one big page. It’s different to the normal spreads that work down the left side then the right. I’m going to be using this style in the future!

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Dutch Door

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Dutch door spreads are great for something different and they give you extra writing room but you’re still able to see both sides of your spread. I love the leaves on this spread, very tropical feeling.

Vertical Boxed Style

Here the bullet journalist used vertical boxes that remind me of Erin Condren planners. It keeps the page looking neat and tidy.

So that’s it for this post, I hope you found inspiration from it. I recommend reading Bullet journal weekly vs daily logs if you are trying to decide whether you need weekly logs, as some people don’t use them at all. If you missed last weeks post check it out here “How you can make positive affirmations work for you“. Please also feel free to comment on this post or email me at [email protected] if you want your bullet journal pics on here.

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3 Comments

  1. So many options, not wot choose one and start!! Love the detailed weekly and the dutch door. And then I remember start simple!!

  2. Andrea says:

    Oh I love the detailed week and the dutch door. But I must start simple!!

    1. Yes start simple Padwan (star wars if your not a fan)

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