Everyone knows how to do daily layouts in the bullet journal, but have you tried some weekly bullet journal spreads? These unique, flexible, and fabulous layouts can help you plan a week at a time, track data, and stay inspired. Check out my top five favorites and start your weekly spread today!

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  1. You are so much more creative with this stuff than I am! I recently started bullet journaling and am starting to branch out as I find I need something. I’m wondering if you have any suggestions for social media posting? I’m an author and I’m trying to schedule when/where I schedule my posts for as well as some other marketing. I’m looking through what you have and I’ve seen some things I think would work and I could adapt. But I was wondering if you had anything specific? Keep up the good ideas and thank you!

    1. Thanks so much, Tracy! My number one advice for posting on social media is making sure you have good quality photos! No one will pay much attention to your posts if the photos aren’t thoughtfully put together. You can check out my tips for flatlay photography here to see my best advice for photographing your journal. Besides that, you just have to do some research on hashtags, recent trends, and best practices. They are always changing and hard to nail down, so you have to keep learning and adapting as you go. Then, of course, you need to post somewhat regularly (at least in the beginning) to grow your following and teach the algorithms that you have good stuff to share. I hope that helps!

  2. Now, how do you plan your weekly spread if it is in two months (let’s say Thursday is new month)?

    1. It depends on when I create my monthly set up! When the end of the month nears and I sit down to create my monthly spread, that’s the cut-off. After my monthly, I’ll pick up the weekly that was next in line, even if the month begins on a Thursday. My currently weekly starts on Feb. 25th and ends on March 3rd, and my monthly for March is the page just before that weekly spread. I hope that makes sense – it’s kinda difficult to describe without pictures ? Basically, I don’t really mind if the weeklies are a bit early for the month or a bit late. It just depends on where it lands!

  3. Caitria H Lindsey says:

    how do you do the watercolors in your journal ?

  4. Are the pages fairly white? I bought a journal which claimed their pages were “ivory” which looked light enough on my monitor but definitely yellow in real life. I want to do art and watercolors, a dot grid and bullet journal.

    1. Thanks for the good question, Renae! I’d say these are creamy-white, not white-white. But definitely not yellow! I hope that helps 🙂

  5. Shelby- I have my very first bullet journal and am loving it. But I’m confused on dailies and weeklies. I have looked all over your site and can’t seem to clarify it in my mind. I’m sure you have something, can you point me in the right direction? Also, do you have a post in how you record your memories? Thanks!!

    1. Sure thing, Angie! You can check out this post for weeklies (http://littlecoffeefox.com/2017/05/07/5-weekly-bullet-journal-spreads/) and this post for dailies (http://littlecoffeefox.com/2016/07/27/vertical-dailies-vs-horizontal-dailies/). That should help you figure out what is best for you! And as for memories, you can find that post right here (http://littlecoffeefox.com/2016/10/08/memories-page-preserve-moments/). If there’s anything else you’re curious about, hop up to the top right corner of the site and you can search through all of my posts super quick. I hope that helps! 🙂

  6. As always inspirational. Thankyou!

  7. Amanda (Raindoodlie) says:

    So lovely!!♥ I think I may have to try that fold-out key soon! ^-^

  8. These are simply gorgeous, Shelby! I’m two weeks in to my first BuJo and love seeing your design layout. So much opportunity!

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