A weeks worth of daily spreads for your bullet journal

I love bullet journals and can look at the beautiful spreads on Instagram and Pinterest the whole day
I love bullet journals so much that I have two. I made for this blog and one for my personal life.

I like to plan out my day into detail so I’m all for daily spreads with a lot of room to write. My daily spreads contain a schedule, a place for notes, tasks and my meal plan for that day.

Most of the time I keep it simple, just some rectangles for my notes and to-do’s and a timeline as schedule.
I like to keep it simple because I’m not really great at drawing (really jealous on the beautiful spreads others make) and because I don’t have a lot of time to make spreads.

I do like to change my layouts and I rarely make a spread double (I try at least).

I make multiple days in once so that I don’t have to make a spread every day, and so that I can already divide my tasks over the week.
I’m going to share a week’s worth of daily spreads for your bullet journal, so that means 7 different spreads for you to try.

Daily spread Monday

This is one of my most artistic spreads, it also took me some time to make
I got inspired by snail mail, tried to make a stamp-like date, the back of a postcard for my schedule, a stamp for the notes and a name tag for my to-do’s. I’m happy with how it turned out and I hope you like it as much as me.

Daily spread Tuesday

For the Tuesday a really simple spread with big letters and a circle for my meal planning.

Daily spread Wednesday

Here I divided the page in rectangles with the date in the middle.
There’s a lot of space to write but I’m not sure if I like it.

Daily spread Thursday

I was in the mood for some little arrows here, so I used it for the titles. I’ve also made four circles on the bottom for my meal planning. The circles don’t really look good, I want to say that it’s my pens fault but it’s really just me.

Daily spread Friday

Again a simple daily spread. I added a bit of color this time and I do really like how it turned out.

Daily spread Saturday

Instead of the say I wrote January, I actually wanted to write Saturday but I got a bit distracted. I again tried to use color, because I like the color in yesterday’s spread. But somehow I’m not a fan of the color in this spread.

Daily spread Sunday

As you see at the schedule, I like to sleep in and don’t do anything before 10 am on Sunday. Good thing that my toddler still likes to sleep as well, I’m going to enjoy that for as long as it takes.

I hope that you enjoyed having a look in my bullet journal and that it gave you some inspiration for your own bullet journal.

My favorite spreads from these are the Monday and the Friday, which one is your favorite? And are you going to try some of these in your own bullet journal? Let me know in the comments.

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