57 Bullet Journal Weekly Spread Ideas You NEED To Try in 2019

These bullet journal weekly spread examples will help you plan out your week! Whether you’re looking for a minimalist bujo look or something more elaborate, on this page you’ll find tons of bujo weekly spread ideas for inspiration.

What’s A Bullet Journal Weekly Spread?

The weekly layout is typically a 2 page week-at-a-glance spread. It’s used like a conventional planner, to help plan and prepare for the week ahead.

While a weekly spread isn’t part of the original bullet journal method, it’s one of the most popular layout ideas.

It’s useful having a view of your week all on one page so that you will know what’s coming up. If you use it for work, it helps you keep track of meetings, deadlines, and other important dates.

You can also do rapid-logging in your weekly spreads. Some people do all their daily logging right in their weeklies and don’t do daily log pages at all.

Bullet Journal Weekly Spread Ideas

Part of the fun of bullet journaling is that you can customize your planner to suit your needs. While creating layouts isn’t really necessary for a bullet journal to be useful, many people enjoy making them.

I still enjoy using bullet journal weeklies myself and find that they add a nice rhythm to my week.

And I also love creating my weekly spreads – it’s fun to have a reason to work on something artistic every week and then to get to enjoy the result throughout the week!

Weekly Spread Bullet Journal Inspiration

Here are some lovely bullet journal weekly layout ideas to help spark your imagination.

Minimalist Bujo Weekly Spread Ideas

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Lately I’ve been loving drawing with ink. Especially florals! If you know who made this spread please let me know.

minimal bujo 2019

feebujo

I like how this super functional spread has AMAZING handwriting. I mean wtf! also I like the great calligraphy in gray in the bottom right. A nice touch.

minimalist bujo weekly spread

bujowithnato

This spread would be easy to set up and have plenty of space to write little daily to-dos. Love the quote as well.

minimalist december bullet journal

jahajournal

I’m a huge fan of the way the presents in this weekly spread were done! It lookst like it could be an illustration for a fashion magazine. So simple yet elegant in its design and color choices.

cute kawaii bujo minimal

Oh, if only my handwriting were this tidy!

minimal floral bujo weekly spread

frai.oh

I love nice, simple bullet journal weeklies with very open layouts like this. Not a lot of border lines, just enough so to suggest different areas.

bullet journal floral minimal pretty

jannplansthings

Excuse me, when did Woo! become a day of the week? Nevermind, this spread is AWESOME! I’m definitely going to try copying it!

minimalist bujo weekly spread with leaves, Amazing bullet journal weekly spread ideas to inspire your weekly planning! Creating your weekly bullet journal spread just got easier.

journalbymalin

Beautiful hand-lettering and extremely clean lines in the illustrations and boxes. It feels so organized.

amazing minimalist bujo weekly spread omg strawberries . Amazing bullet journal weekly spread ideas to inspire your weekly planning! Creating your weekly bullet journal spread just got easier.

northernplanner

The strawberry illustrations in this weekly spread are so incredible! Not a watercolorer? Try using stickers for the same look.

bujo weekly spread minimal ideas, Amazing bullet journal weekly spread ideas to inspire your weekly planning! Creating your weekly bullet journal spread just got easier.

This last minimalist weekly spread looks soooo peaceful. I’m in love with the color palate and the illustrations and the handwriting and… everything!  Please let me know if you know the artist!

Click here to see more bullet journal weekly spread ideas!

More bullet Journal Spreads To Plan Your Week

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889273/

This layout gives you room for daily priorities, tasks, and notes, with a nicely organized daily schedule. It’s simple but perfect for busy people who need something functional!

image by yukikosakamura

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889299/

Where my graphic designers at? The beautiful typography and luscious negative space in this bullet journal weekly spread will give you peace of mind in a world of chaos.

image by vestiblr

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267924736/

This bullet journal weekly spread by @deia_2205 is completely bordered by flowers! You can print out and glue in some pretty flower printables like these.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889330/

This beautiful doodle-ful layout is perfect if you love adding art to your journal. By placing the boxes for each day lower on the page, you get a nice-sized area to fill with artwork.

image by rachelbujo

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889331/

This bullet journal weekly spread can be very easily recreated. It’s a great way to feature a typeface you love, as this bujo-er has done with the days and letters for the week. This type of layout would be very easy to incorporate stickers, stamps, or washi tapes into as well!

image by bujo.by.marieke

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889337/

I love that this bullet journal weekly spread has places for notes, your weekly meal plan, habit tracking, affirmations – and you gotta love that reminder to drink more water!! How clever is that? You could just as easily draw a piggy bank or something else to remind you to focus on a daily goal.

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image by bluecatlotus

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889353/

This stylish bullet journal weekly spread puts reminders at the top and your daily task/planner area at the bottom. I love its simplicity and the stylish “ten” at the top.

image by abulletandsomelines

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889355/

I love how balanced and orderly this layout is. Well, and there’s something undeniably cute about tiny, tiny writing and itty bitty hearts.

image by nitly.sketching

https://pinterest.com/pin/712553972267933783/

This bullet journal weekly spread would be of great use if you have lots of tasks you’d like to get done throughout the week. On the left, you see a weekly task list, as well as daily task lists, schedules, and priority boxes. Could be a great helper if you have a project (as well as life) to manage!

image by yukikosakamura

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889401/

What’s not to LOVE about this layout? When you break it down, it’s quite simple: each day is represented with a large letter across the middle. There’s a box for notes and a box for next-week reminders. The rest is just decorative flourishes. Bujos can look amazing without taking too much time drawing out a complicated layout!

image by mylittlejournalblog

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889440/

Here is a simple bullet journal weekly spread you could easily create in little time, week after week. She also included a water consumption tracker – great idea!

image by hollylovesplanning

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889447/

This bullet journal weekly spread is the one that inspired the previous one. It’s easy to see where the tasks are by the different symbols.

image by booksofnotes

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267919508/

Here’s another super minimal layout. No lines – just a row of days, and a column for each day. The weather symbols are a nice touch that would definitely save me from checking weather on my phone every morning!

image by vestiblr

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267925031/

This cute, simple layout is perfect for students or to use for a small business or blog. You can keep track of your daily schedule and tasks, as well as plan your meals. And what a great way to plan a daily social media post with the little Instagram logo? Love it!

image by journalspiration

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267924867/

To make this layout, draw a line down the center of each page, then draw a line across the middle of both pages. Add in the date numbers and a stripe of your favorite washi tape. The result? A simple, quick weekly for anyone needing to get their life organized in a hurry.

image by colorfulblackrose

Click here to check the price for these adorable stencils perfect for bullet journaling.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889119/

This bullet journal weekly spread features a pretty illustration of a cherry tree branch in bloom. Each day is separated into a stylized box for a nice cohesive Japanese-inspired look.

image by happybujolife

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889161/

Weekly spreads in your bullet journal do not have to be over-complicated. Here’s a similar double row weekly layout featuring a floral illustration and pretty hand lettering. Seems like florals and hand-lettering are a winning combo!

image by thebujobuzz

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267924685/

Okay, raise your hand if you love flat lay pics! Me, I love it. And this flay lay illustration is too freakin’ adorable.

And I love the candy stripe washi tapes.

image by ab1xgail

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267924690/

I think color always livens up the look of any bujo spread. If you want to use watercolors, you can either apply the watercolor first (over a light pencil sketch) and then add ink, or use a waterproof pen like the ones here.

image by mays_inspiration

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267924750/

Here’s another super cute example of adding color to your bullet journal weekly spread. I love how effortless and cheerful these buttercups look. The free drawn lines of the date boxes also add ease to this look.

image by bulletingwithme

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267924859/

An open-style weekly layout like this (with no lines separating each date) is nice because you don’t feel like you have to fill in every day with tons of tasks. It looks finished just the way it is. And when you do have tasks to add to it, you can have as much room as you need.

The marker underline (looks like one of these brushes to me) is a quick and easy way to add a little definition to each date area.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267956177/

This bullet journal weekly spread is neatly organized. But did you notice the way the flowers have crept into the date boxes a little bit? What a nice detail!

You can make floral illustrations like this using these types of markers, for instance.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267925083/

Here’s another none-lined weekly layout. Again, it’s a great time-saver and looks great with a row of florals or botanicals (or whatever else you love, really).

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image by bujo.iselin

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267925087/

Once you start working on more and more of your own bullet journal weekly spreads, you’ll get braver about adding more features. Things like habit trackers, meal planning, and more structured scheduling (note the color coding in the above image!)

This particular layout has many functional extfras, yet it is still quite a simple set up. Don’t be afraid to try it!

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267925106/

Here’s a layout that’s just oozing with sweetness. The alternating line colors of the “goals” box shows a creative way you can add more color to your weekly spread.

Have you tried doing a collage style layout in your bujo yet?

image by dutch_dots

red and white bullet journal weekly layout idea . Amazing bullet journal weekly spread ideas to inspire your weekly planning! Creating your weekly bullet journal spread just got easier.
https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267924867/

To make this layout, draw a line down the center of each page, then draw a line across the middle of both pages. Add in the date numbers and a stripe of your favorite washi tape. The result? A simple, quick weekly for anyone needing to get their life organized in a hurry.

image by colorfulblackrose

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889119/

This layout features a pretty illustration of a cherry tree branch in bloom. Each day is separated into a stylized box for a nice cohesive Japanese-inspired look.

image by happybujolife

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889161/

Here’s a similar double row weekly layout featuring a floral illustration and pretty hand lettering. Seems like florals and hand-lettering are a winning combo!

image by thebujobuzz

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267924685/

Okay, raise your hand if you love flat lay pics! Me, I love it. And this flay lay illustration is too freakin’ adorable.

And I love the candy stripe washi tapes.

image by ab1xgail

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267924690/

I think color always livens up the look of any bujo spread. If you want to use watercolors, you can either apply the watercolor first (over a light pencil sketch) and then add ink, or use a waterproof pen like the ones here.

image by mays_inspiration

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267924750/

Here’s another super cute example of adding color to your weekly spread. I love how effortless and cheerful these buttercups look. The free drawn lines of the date boxes also add ease to this look.

image by bulletingwithme

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267924859/

An open-style layout like this (with no lines separating each date) is nice because you don’t feel like you have to fill in every day with tons of tasks. It looks finished just the way it is. And when you do have tasks to add to it, you can have as much room as you need.

The marker underline (looks like one of these brushes to me) is a quick and easy way to add a little definition to each date area.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267956177/

This layout is neatly organized. But did you notice the way the flowers have crept into the date boxes a little bit? What a nice detail!

You can make floral illustrations like this using these types of markers, for instance.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267925083/

Here’s another none-lined weekly layout. Again, it’s a great time-saver and looks great with a row of florals or botanicals (or whatever else you love, really).

image by bujo.iselin

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267925087/

Once you start working on more and more of your own bullet journal weeklies, you’ll get braver about adding more features.

Things like habit trackers, meal planning, and more structured scheduling (note the color coding in the above image!)

This particular layout has many functional extras, yet it is still quite a simple set up. Don’t be afraid to try it!

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267925106/

Here’s a layout that’s just oozing with sweetness. The alternating line colors of the “goals” box shows a creative way you can add more color to your weekly spread.

Have you tried doing a collage style layout in your bujo yet?

image by dutch_dots

bullet journal weekly spread ideas
bullet journal weekly spread ideas

Single Column Bullet Journal Weekly Spread Layouts

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889024/

This weekly layout is all to one side of the left page. That leaves you with about 75% of the spread to get creative with! I love the drawing @bujo.by.caco made.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889108/

Pastel colors make this rainbow weekly spread by @ilabujo unique and beautiful! I found a fantastic deal on these markers here!

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267889270/

Love this simple but awesome weekly layout by @amandarachlee. This’d be a great spread for beginners to try!

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972268216274/

This is my own bullet journal spread using a single column. I love the color of that pen. It’s soooo light and BRIGHT, the perfect lemon-yellow.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267924850/

Are you getting cuteness overload from this weekly spread by @emery.and.ellie? I know I am!

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267925013/

It’s amazing how efficient this weekly spread is, while still being totally minimal and clean looking. Hats off to @forevergoodlife.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267925036/

You don’t need to put any lines in your #bujoweeklyspread if you don’t want. This spread by an unknown artist is refreshingly unstuffy without lines.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/712553972267925048/

I love the loose sketchy style of this weekly journal page by an unknown artist. You can get the same look using these special markers.

Single row bullet journal weekly spread ideas and layouts Amazing bullet journal weekly spread ideas to inspire your weekly planning! Creating your weekly bullet journal spread just got easier.
Amazing bullet journal weekly spread ideas to inspire your weekly planning! Creating your weekly bullet journal spread just got easier.
Amazing bullet journal weekly spread ideas to inspire your weekly planning! Creating your weekly bullet journal spread just got easier.
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