Since a lot of you ask me about my weekly spreads, I thought to create a blog post and a video where I show you the 3 layouts I’m using for my weekly spreads in my bullet journal for May, and how I decorated them.
Today I'm showing you only the last 3 weekly spreads for the month. The first weekly spread you can find it in my monthly plan with me video.
I tend to have 3-4 layouts for my weekly spreads which I rotate during the month. And of course I try to make them more interesting by decorating them according to that month’s theme.
Make sure you scroll down to the bottom of the post, because there's also a video, where I'm showing you exactly how I've created each spread.
This is the second weekly spread for May. It is a layout that is inspired by @penpapersoul⠀on Instagram. I continue the theme with the light bulbs here too and I’m also using the same colours as before.
For the third weekly layout I decided to do something a bit different. A few days ago I bought the Uni Posca White Pen which i’m obsessed with and keep on using it all the time! So, I decided to use it for this spread and I made all the signs black with white lettering. I love the effect that it gives. It looks like little blackboards.
As you can see I tend to prefer the vertical layouts for my weekly spreads instead of the horizontal.
I find that I can utilise the space more, and I think that my brain works better when my to-do list is vertical. Does this happen to you too? Let me know in the comments below.
The last spread of the month was inspired by the lovely @momruncraft on instagram. I like that it separates your to-do list in categories. You can add any category you want. I added: work, personal and meals.
I also liked the section of the happy daily thought that she had in her speed, and I decided to keep it in mine too.
On the left there’s a section that you can add any other part you want in your weekly, like the weather, or your weekly habit tracker and so on. I decided to have it as a notes section, where I usually add things I need to do during the week that don’t have a specific place to go, or they are not meant to be done on a specific day, or things I need to remember to do for next week.
So, these are the last 3 weekly layouts for May. I hope you liked this post and that you found some inspiration for your own weekly layouts. If you liked the theme and you'd like to recreate it, please send me some pictures. I'd love to see your pages!! You can always contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org