I prefer horizontal weekly spreads however, if you’re team vertical, here are some quick weekly spreads to try!
1. With a habit tracker & Larger Weekend
2. Top 3 for each day & Combined Weekend
If you didn’t want a combined weekend you could reduce the column length and add 1 box underneath on each page for the weekend. This is an A5 size notebook, you might want to use a larger size for this type of spread.
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3. Categorised + Multiple Boxes for each day
I only did 2 sections for each day in the spread below but you could always add more (cleaning, kids, bills due, daily priority, reminders etc.)
4. Combined weekend
5. Combined weekend with habit tracker
6. Vertical Schedule
7. Wider Boxes for each day
8. Shorter vertical
If you want vertical days but don’t need the entire page, try half vertical
9. Shorter vertical with a habit tracker
10. Work and Personal To Do lists
Perfect if you like a horizontal weekly to do list rather than allocating all your to do’s to specific days, and only need a compact daily planning section for appointments and jotting down a few reminders.
11. Portrait Page Orientation (1 Page)
If you find yourself running out of room, you can add a second page for all your lists.
12. Landscape Orientation (1 Page)
If you want more room for the weekend you could do a 5 day week on 1 page, and the weekend on the 2nd page.
13. Even space for each day
14. Small notes section
15. 5 Day week
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