Bullet Journal weekly spreads are my favorite pages for writing in important details. I jot down appointment times and other little appointment notes on my monthly calendar and add all the extra details on the weekly calendar.

 

All of these weekly spreads (calendars/logs) are created by me. Use these for inspiration and put your own little twist on them. Change up the colors, the text directions, and more.

 

You can also mix and match these spreads (and others) to find something that’s just right for you! Try changing things up who know’s what your end product will be.

 

Weekly Bullet Journal Calendar

 

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The Simple Log

This spread worked out really well for a busy schedule. I had a lot of information to write down and it all stayed separated and easy to read. If you have a chill week ahead you can add 5 or 6 days to each page instead of 4 (as shown above).

This is a great way to save pages in your bullet journal. If you aren’t too sure about an upcoming schedule I suggest making a bigger writing area (or you can utilize sticky notes and make smaller designated areas).

 

Find more Simple Monthly Calendars HERE.

 

Supplies I used for this spread include:

Bullet Journal: LEUCHTTURM 1917 MEDIUM 

Fineliners: PIGMA MICRONS

 

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Black and Pink Weekly

I tried keeping my weekly calendar simple and efficient. I kept the colors the same throughout the month (black and pink).

What I would have done differently: I wish I had added lines around each day of the week for a little separation. Once I started using this weekly spread all of the information got jumbled up.

It was hard to find things quickly and I ended up having to write smaller than I usually do. Once I noticed things weren’t working out I added some boxes around each day.

 

You can see the full August Bullet Journal Setup HERE.

 

 

Supplies I used for this spread include:

Fineliners: PIGMA MICRONS (lines around numbers)

Brush Pens: PENTEL SIGN TOUCH PEN (pink and black- days of the week, “week one and week two”)

 

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Valentines Weekly log

This setupwas created with Valentines in mind.
I used pink and white for this page and created 7 days across two pages. I recommend making your busier days of the weeks larger in comparison to the less busy days.

 

You can see the full February Bullet Journal Setup HERE.

 

Supplies I used for this spread include:

Markers: TOMBOW DUAL BRUSH PENS 

White Gel Pen: UNIBALL SIGNO BROAD POINT GEL PEN 

 

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Yellow Triangles

This was a fun weekly calendar and it was easy to make. Keep in mind that 8 days across 2 pages will irk some people and leave odd numbers at the end of the month.

If you’re a stickler for symmetry, this is NOT the weekly layout for you.

 

You can see the full April Bullet Journal Setup HERE.

 

Supplies I used for this spread include:

Fineliners: PIGMA MICRONS (used for numbers)

Markers: CRAYOLA SUPER TIPS

Brush Pen: TOMBOW FUDENOSUKE (HARD TIP) (days of the week)

 

 

Elegant and Functional Weekly Calendar

For this calendar that I created for the month of May has been my personal favorite so far. I created boxes and 2 sets of lines for different appointments and tasks that I have scheduled. It was perfect for a busy week and it kept everything super organized.

 

You can see the full May Bullet Journal Setup HERE.

 

 

Supplies I used for this spread include:

Fineliners: PIGMA MICRONS 

Pen: SARASA VINTAGE (CAMEL YELLOW)

 

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Pastel Weekly Log

This is another great weekly log for staying organized. The lines for each day was a great way to keep things separated.

If you have a busy week, consider making the box for each day a little bigger (or consider adding 5 days per page instead of 7).

 

You can see the full July Bullet Journal Setup HERE.

 

Supplies I used for this spread include:

FinelinersPIGMA MICRONS

Markers: TOMBOW DUAL BRUSH PENS (pastel colors)

 

Gold and Green Log

This weekly spread can also be considered minimal or simple (in my opinion). It’s just a simple abbreviation for each day of the week and the number representing the date.

I just separated each day with a line and called it a day! You can make this spread horizontally or vertically, whatever floats your boat!

 

You can see the full June Bullet Journal Setup HERE.

 

Supplies I used for this spread include:

Markers: CRAYOLA SUPERTIPS 100 PACK

Gold Ink: POSCA PAINT PEN (ULTRA-FINE)

 

 

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Minimal Weekly Calendar

This is one a more simplified version of the weekly spread above. I made the number representing the date stand out and the weekday a little smaller (you can flip this if you’d like).

This is a great weekly spread to use if you’re a beginner or you like keeping this simple. Want to add a little personality and keep in minimal? Add some color or unique lettering to your page.

 

You can see the full Minimalist Bullet Journal Setup HERE.

 

Supplies I used for this spread include:

Bullet Journal: MINIMALISM ART

Fineliners: PIGMA MICRONS

 

 

COFFIN WEEKLY CALENDAR FOR YOUR BULLET JOURNAL

Coffin Calendar for Halloween –  October

The look of this weekly calendar is obviously Halloween inspired. That’s what I was going for.

You don’t even have to write the month on this calendar, I went in with my black watercolor around each coffin, wrote the numbers in purple, and the day of the week in black lettering. I really like the way this one turned out!

 

Check out the full October Bullet Journal Setup.

 

Supplies I used for this spread include:

Fineliners: PIGMA MICRONS

Markers: TOMBOW DUAL BRUSH PENS

Watercolor: KURETAKE GANSAI TAMBI 

Highlighter: ZEBRA MILDLINER (Grey)

Ruler: WESTCOTT 6-INCH PLASTIC RULER

Looking for more? Check out the Monthly Calendars for even more inspiration.

 

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Bullet Journal Weekly Spreads