If you find yourself forgetting about events and appointments that you’ve planned for the week, then you should start a bullet journal.
One of the main components of a bullet journal are the weekly spreads. Weekly spreads are bullet journal layouts that are great for organizing your entire week.
You can design your weekly spread to fit your needs and make it look super cool at the same time. But if you’re like me, then you are not the best at designing your own layouts, so check out these bullet journal weekly layout ideas for inspiration!
Doodles are what brings your bullet journal to life. The hot air balloon and cloud doodles are perfectly place around the days of the week on the second page. The doodles don’t get in the way and there’s more than enough space to write things down. The habit tracker and meal planner on the first page are the perfect additions for a weekly spread!
Found from mrs_bullets_journal42 on Instagram
This layout will make you crazy for cacti! I love how the boxes are drawn on top of the cacti. It creates this 3D illusion that looks really cool. Overall, this weekly is spacious. You can write down all of your events for the week and more in this weekly. There’s even a spot go jotting down extra notes and thoughts.
Found from AmandaRachDoodles on Instagram
The layout of this weekly is similar to the one above, but it has its own style. The colorful tag doodles add a pop of color. The strips of polka dot washi tape are adorable!
Found from crafthippy on Instagram
This weekly layout is busy, full of space, and I’m loving it. This layout is perfect if you have a lot of things to get done. If you look closely, you can see the hours listed for each day. Get your s&#t done with this weekly spread!
Found from shannonstacey on Instagram
This layout makes me feel like I’m watching the sunset. With so much room to jot down tasks, I can definitely use this layout in my journal. The graphs on the first page are a creative way to keep track of your sleeping schedule, how many steps you take in a day, and your daily water intake.
Found from natalie.mint on Instagram
This weekly spread is aesthetically pleasing. There’s nothing more beautiful than a fully completed layout. I wish I could completely fill my layouts, but I don’t have a lot going on in my life. The weather tracker at the bottom is super cute.
Found from journalbydesign on Instagram
The first thing I noticed about this layout is how straight the sections. When your drawing your layout, using a ruler will help you make straight lines. This layout is loaded with a meal planner, gratitude tracker, and more!
Found from this pin on Pinterest
I’m loving the geometric design of this layout. The sections look like connecting blocks. Even though each section is a different size, there’s still enough space in each section to organize your tasks and activities. The thankful tracker is a sweet addition to this spread.
Found from this pin on Pinterest
Here’s another neat and precise layout. The rainbow of colors makes this spread look bright and bold.
Found from momdotlove on Instagram
This spread is honeycomb galore! The bright bold colors are popping off the page. Using pen markers that won’t bleed through the page will help you achieve this layout look. The hexagons are evenly spread out across the page, and there’s enough room to write down your tasks for the week.
Found from bizzyb10_doodles on Instagram
This is absolutely gorgeous! I wish I could hand draw something like this in my bullet journal. Even with the beautiful butterfly at the top, there’s still enough room at the bottom of the page for a weekly layout!
Found from journalbymir on Instagram
This weekly layout is simple and easy to achieve. Sometimes, a simple weekly layout spread is all you need to keep your days organized. The leafy design at the top adds pizzazz to the layout.
Found from shaynechan on Instagram
Pineapples are a summer staple. When you think of summer you think of pineapples and other tropical fruits, which is why this theme is perfect for a May weekly layout.
Found from blackandwhitebujo on Instagram
Two words describe this weekly layout: simple and easy. Drawing the sections across the pages allows you to make them wider. If you’re a beginner at bullet journaling, then this is an easy layout to start out with.
Found from christina77star on Instagram
Bring in the spring season with this cute April weekly. The flower doodle looks like something that I would draw in my bullet journal.
Found from bujoandcookies on Instagram
Washi tape is the perfect alternative to decorating your bullet journal when you don’t feel like doodling. This bullet journal weekly spread is neat, spacious, and well organized.
Found from writingbravely on Instagram
Here’s another example of decorating your bullet journal with washi tape. It’s so easy to decorate your bullet journal with washi tape.
Found from nephena.studies on Instagram
Having somewhere to jot down reminders in your weekly layout is beneficial. I’m a huge fan of the notes section on the first page of the weekly layout. There’s also a spot for you to tape a sticky note inside of your journal.
Found from elfenbeinmaedchen on Instagram
Now, This bullet weekly layout is nice and simple. I don’t know if the blue stripes are done with tape or markers, but it’s an easy way to add color to the layout.
Found from bujo.snowberry on Instagram
Look at this lovely weekly layout! I love pastel colors! You can’t go wrong with a soft pastel colored theme. This spread has evenly sized sections for you to fill in with your tasks for the week.
Found from rosekjournals on Instagram
Buzz into the new week with this bee themed weekly layout. The bee & honey doodle adds so much character to the layout.
Found from bulletwithchristine on Instagram
WOW! The orchid illustration on this bullet journal weekly spread is stunning!
Found from bumblebujo on Instagram
This weekly layout has a habit tracker, work schedule, and to-do list all on the same spread! If you have a lot of things going on in your life, then spread has everything you need to stay organized.
Found from plansthatblossom on Instagram
This weekly reminds of the days that I would spend reading my comic books. While being retro and trendy, this layout has style and function!
Found from bullet.rookie on Instagram
I’m always amazed at how beautiful some layouts are. Just look at those watercolor flowers!
Found from berrymixbujo on Instagram
Bullet journal layouts with intricate designs are my favorite. This one is obviously themed around Easter, since there’s a circle wreath in the middle with Easter eggs on it. The days are evenly positioned around the wreath, giving the layout a unique look.
Found from hanmade_hd on Instagram
Check out the geometric design! It’s the small details that really catch your eye with this spread.
Found from jaydensapple on Instagram
I’ve never seen a bujo layout quite as unique as this one. The jellyfish are super cute! I’m going to try to draw them in my bujo.
Found from buujooo on Instagram
This bujo spread is straightforward and easygoing. It’s simple and easy to recreate on your own.
Found from greenishplanning on Instagram
Hand drawn florals are so gorgeous. The flowers on this layout really bring it to life.
Found from bulletjournalinspox on Instagram
Start your bullet journal today and use the weekly layout ideas to keep every week of your life organized. Share your bullet journal ideas with me in the comment section below.