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’
Following on from the previous article ‘Bullet journal weekly vs daily logs‘, this post will show you examples of weekly logs and how they can be used. If you are looking for ways to setup your bullet journal for work then have a look at this post ‘ Advice on how to use your bullet journal for work‘.
This first spread is a fun, creative way of seeing your week on a two page spread. Good for if you don’t have much on or you write small.
I like the neatness and order of this spread. The stickers for your days of the week are a great time saver.
This spread is one of my favourite easy styles. All you have to do is rule up your boxes and decorate or not.
Horizontal instead of vertical days is easy too.
Another horizontal spread with a lot of journaling.
Vertical boxes but a little too skinny for my writing.
So there are a few of my favourite style of weekly spreads and some new Instagram accounts for you to follow or browse through for ideas.
Bullet Journal Notebooks:
- Archer & Olive notebooks.
- Official Bullet Journal Leuchtturm1917 built for bullet journaling by the creator
- Staedtler triplus fineliners I have these in the 36 pack and love them
- Zebra Mildliner Brush Pens
- Tombow Dual Brush Pens
- Pilot Metropolitan (MR3) fountain pen A great beginners fountain pen
- Lamy Safari fountain pen I’m a little obsessed with these pens, they are great and write amazingly
- Diamine Shimmer inks I love these inks shimmer and non shimmer alike
- Faber-Castell pitt artist pens
- Crayola supertips Great for highlighting, colouring and faux calligraphy