Today I am sharing lots of weekly bullet journal layout inspiration. I split it into vertical layouts, horizontal layouts, and some fun layouts for you down below. I do a quick video that you can check out if you prefer, but I definitely share more images here. Check out the galleries below and let me know if any of these ideas inspire you!
Vertical Weekly Bullet Journal Layouts
Vertical layouts are more common in some of the more popular planners, namely Recollections and some of The Happy Planner layouts. Where I have used some space for decoration and Alastair Method task lists, you can add habit trackers, weekly focus items, gratitude logs, etc.
Horizontal Bullet Journal Layouts
When I think of horizontal layouts, I immediately think about the Hobonichi Weeks. This is probably my favourite horizontal layout to recreate (the pineapple and ladybug dutch door layouts). As mentioned above, the extra space can be used for habit trackers, gratitude logs, weekly focus, or even a memory keeping section.
Fun Weekly Bullet Journal Layouts
I wanted to share some fun, outside the box layout ideas too. The circle layouts are so fun but there are also ways to incorporate functional dutch doors, especially using a different paper colour. Then I also share some ideas for how you can incorporate comic book themes or the star post as a guide to my daily boxes.
I hope you enjoyed this short post on weekly bullet journal layout inspiration. Let me know down in the comments what you would like to see next. If you’d like to catch up on some monthly setups, you can check out my latest bullet journal setup for August. As always, thank you so much for your time today! I really do appreciate it.