Hey there everyone! ✨
One of the things that I love to do in the beginning of each month is to plan my weekly spreads, so that I have them ready to fill in all the information, appointments etc. That way I save time and I have space to plan everything. The theme for May is 'Cacti' and you can see how I've setup my bullet journal for the month in this post.
For my first weekly spread I decided to use a simple and clean horizontal layout, and add a small little cactus in front of each day. I love how individual each one looks and how unique with the different lines. As you can see, instead of the prickly lines that you usually associate with a cactus, you can use different shapes and get the same result. You can use vertical lines, zigzag lines, circles, rectangles, x’s or twirly things etc. It’s all up to you and your imagination!
For the second weekly spread I chose one of the layouts that I use almost every month. I love the way the space is arranged in this layout and how much room you have to add your to-do lists and your appointments. In the notes section I’ve added a very cute cactus with a quite big moustache!!! 🌵 (* If you really like him, you can find him as part of my cacti sticker set in my Etsy shop 😉)
For the third week of January I used another weekly layout that I use very often. It uses the space in a similar way as the previous one. Again I used green shades for my colours and in the notes section I’ve added a cute and cheeky little cactus. Very clean and simple layout that I can’t wait to use.
Lastly, the fourth weekly spread of May is one of the most simple weekly spreads that I have as a go to one, when I don’t have enough time. Each page is separated into 4 sections - one for a day of the week, and it leaves one more section for the notes. I’ve added a cactus in the middle of the lines to tie up the layout with the theme. Very simple and easy to do.
So, these are the 4 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