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What is a Weekly Spread?
A weekly spread is a system used to organize daily logs, weekly tasks, and goals. Compared to a monthly spread, this page shows a more thorough and in-depth view of your tasks.
If you want a quick refresher, check my Bullet Journal for Beginners Guide.
Importance of Weekly Spreads
- Organize your Daily Tasks
- Helps to Keep up with your Goals
- Increases Productivity
- Good for Scheduling Events
Since you use this spread daily, it is nice to have different layout options to give variation to your designs.
Weekly Spread Layout Categories
This design uses vertical guides to categorize daily tasks. It is one of the most used layouts that are simple and easy to recreate.
You can get creative with your spread by simply adding highlights. Creating emphasis on certain areas such as the days of the week will add a beautiful pop of color to your page.
Another fun way to spice up this concept is by using different fonts and bold letterings. This will create a clean crisp look to your spread.
If you want to be a little extra, you can add goals, notes, trackers, or even your favorite quotes. Get creative with it!
If you want to experiment, you can use other shapes and objects to create your bullet journal weekly spread. The sky’s the limit!
Add some doodles and different colors too.
I love using this layout for my own weekly spreads. It’s versatile and simple to recreate.
The next two designs are from my May and June bullet journal setup. These are both simple and easy to recreate. You should give it a try!
Create a spread centerpiece. This is a beautiful way to add sophistication and personal touch to your design.
Get some inspiration from nature such as animals and plants.
Since this layout is extremely versatile, you can surely add other elements to your spreads. Insert some trackers, weekly goals, daily reminders, and more!
If you are into minimalist designs, these are the spreads for you.
You can give emphasis to dates and numbers by using block-style lettering. This will create a clean elegant vibe for your weekly spread.
Create your layout with unique shapes and doodles.
If you want to add more structure, you can include the concepts from the vertical and horizontal layouts. This is a fun way to combine both designs and add your personal aesthetics.
In Bullet Journal, there are no rules. You can use whatever design that you want and express your creativity in your own way. Regardless of which Bullet Journal Weekly Spread layout you choose, don’t forget to add a personal touch to your design and of course create something that you enjoy.
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