If you want to combine work and personal into one weekly spread and can’t find a planner that meets your needs (see this post for a roundup), then bullet journaling might be a better option for you. Here are 10 weekly spreads that combine work & personal to give you some ideas!
Small workday section
I’ve put ‘meals’ as the title in the weekly spread below but you could change this to ‘work’.
You could also remove the 2nd box for each day and just leave it blank. This layout has more space for weekdays than weekends.
But you can still track personal (or work) habits 🙂
1 Page weekly plus tasks & habits
If you prefer a horizontal weekly spread, this layout combines weekends but still gives plenty of room for habits and to dos (whether they’re work or personal)
One page weekly spread
If you only need to track a few work tasks not plan each workday in detail, a 1 page spread like this with 2 checklists in the sidebar might be all you need:
Task based spread
If you prefer to work off to do lists rather than a detailed daily schedule, try this layout:
Even space for work & personal
Depending on how much space you need, you could replace the MIT or Meals titles with personal and work. Or split each days box into 2 by drawing a horizontal line.
More bullet journal layouts
- Bullet journaling in the Siwengde notebook (quick rainbow spread)
- Landscape page orientation bullet journaling in the Northbooks dot grid notebook
- Bullet journaling in my custom Agendio dot grid notebook
Dot grid notebook reviews
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