If you’re bullet journal spreads are getting to same same, here’s some different ones to try!
Don’t need an entire 2 page weekly spread? This compact 1 page layout is ideal if you only have a few things each day. And if you run out of room you can always turn the next page into a to do list.
2. Project Planner
Habit trackers are ideal for project planning. Instead of writing a due date which doesn’t provide a map for how to get there, list out all the steps and allocate the days you’re going to work on each.
3. Space saver
Utilise a habit tracker for things that occur twice or more per week
4. Side Hustler
If you work a day job, separate work and personal (or your blog, YouTube channel, Instagram etc.) using the 2 boxes for each weekday, with more space for routine tasks and to do’s as well as the weekend.
If you don’t have a side hustle you could use the bottom box for most important task, meal planning etc.
If it’s getting messing trying to keep track of multiple things in the same planner but you like a horizontal layout, then divide the page into 2, 3 sections (or even 4 if your page is wide enough).
If you don’t use a planner for appointments and don’t allocate tasks to a specific day, have smaller boxes up the top for the days of the week and list / notes space at the bottom
Or… reverse it and have the days of the week down the bottom and recurring themes up the top. For the below example I used school subjects but you could use cleaning, meal planning, kids, work etc.
Need more room? Turn the page!
More bullet journal
- 7 Reasons why I don’t use stitched notebooks for bullet journaling
- How to choose the right bullet journal notebook for you (10 things to check)
- 20 Bullet Journal Weekly Spread Ideas (One Page Layouts)
Planning tips and inspiration
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- How to make an A5 size, 2 page weekly planner printable in Photoshop (video tutorial)
- 50 Tips for writing a better to do list that will make you more productive
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