Weekly Spread

Bullet Journal Weekly Spread

So far, we’ve covered:

I’d say this part, the weekly spread, is where most people get super artistic, even going as far as making it a theme per week. However, we, the mortals, will continue with simple things that make us happy, right?

What is a Weekly Spread?


Unlike the monthly spread, which is an overview of the important tasks of the month, the weekly spread allows you to be more detailed about the important tasks that need to get accomplished that week. It can range from planned reunions to classes calendar. It’s really It is the most common usage for the bullet journal. Despite not being mentioned in the original system, it seems like a natural step between monthly spreads and daily spreads.

The weekly spread is generally a one or two-page spread that shows all the days of the week. On the other hand, some people use spread for the month, week, and day-to-day organization but that seems too overwhelming to keep track of. If that’s something it’ll work for you, by all means, use it!

I’ll share some examples of the ones I like best and have inspired my minimalist design. Again, if pictures of how I do mine or videos is something that you’d like to see, don’t hesitate to let me know in the comments below.

Inspirational Weekly Spreads


  • Colorful Weekly Layout (H3)





  • Minimalist Weekly Layout

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  • Simple Weekly Planner Layout

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  • One-Page Weekly Planner





  • All-in-One Weekly Planner 






Remember you do you! And I hope that these pictures actually give you some inspiration or any ideas of what you can make out of your bullet journal! We’ll check daily spreads in the next post.

Don’t forget to let me know which of the ones above you like best and some pictures from you would be awesome as well.

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