Today I wanted to share the weekly layout I’m currently using for my Bullet Journal
The weekly layout is the heart and soul of my Bullet Journal, I’ve experimented a lot over the past years, but I think I’ve finally found my layout.
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When I started my Bullet Journal I had the days of the week spread out over two pages, with tasks and events on the individual days. However unless the tasks where date specific, I found that I gradually started to write them down on random days where I had the white space in my journal, instead of thinking through where I might have the time to do them. It always turned very messy and disorganized, and I just love clean, minimalist lines, so it wasn’t working for me.
My weekly layout. With a spelling mistake, can you spot it?
Now I make clear boxes for the days of the week on one side where I fill in events, and one whole side for my notes and tasks. At the bottom of the notes page I put my weekly habit tracker.
This has worked perfectly for me! The boxes makes it easy to see the whole week at a glance, while the page for tasks makes it easier to get things done without feeling bad if I do something a day later than planned. At the end of the week when I make the next week I migrate all open tasks either to the next week, or back to my monthly list depending.
So that’s how my weekly layout looks, how do you do your weekly layout?
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