Creating a bullet journal weekly spread may seem intimidating for those you don’t consider themselves to be designers or artists. But setting up a weekly journal spread can help get your head in the right place for the upcoming days.
And a weekly log can can have so many forms that some designs will just take 2 minutes but others can take even more than an hour, if you want to set up a very special design or layout.
Alternatively, you can take one of our free weekly spread printables, cut it out and paste the whole sheet (or single elements) in your notebook. But no matter which type of design you choose, if you’re looking for some spread design inspiration, check out our next weekly spread examples.
This wide collection of weekly spread layouts and designs ranges from clean and minimal weekly designs to elaborated and more fancy ones.
Clean and minimalist weekly spread ideas
Most of the time I prefer to keep my journal spreads minimal because I want to use them to increase my productivity, to dump my thoughts in one place and to have the important things always at a glance (not to forget anything).
A bullet journal is helping me to keep my focus and minimalist spreads are the fastest way for me to prepare myself for the week (mentally) and to get an overview of the upcoming days, events and to-dos.
Here are my favorite minimalist designs and layouts for weekly spreads:
Colored weekly spreads
If you love colors take a look at these beautiful spreads:
Black & white weekly shpreads
Here are some black and white design ideas for your weekly spreads.