Bullet Journal Weekly Layout Ideas

Ya'll, April is here tomorrow, and I'm super pumped that this year is flying by so quickly! I just finished designing my April bullet journal weekly layout, and I wanted to share with you.

*UPDATE: I made the design month-friendly, so you can use it for any month now!

Bullet Journal Weekly Layouts

If you've just started with your bullet journal or thinking to start one (on the cheap), check out this post, and if you're looking for supplies for your bullet journal, I share some super cute and practical ideas in this post

Weekly layouts are really helpful, because you can plan out each week as you see fit. If you feel like using one style one week and another the next week, you can! Here are some cute weekly layout ideas.

Long Vertical Column Layouts - long, vertical boxes for each day of the week taking up a full spread (2 pages), accompanied by surrounding boxes of different sizes to fill the space and add extra elements like calendars, notes and trackers.

 Photo by Cristina. Click to view her AMAZING Instagram and gorgeous spreads! (So in love!)

Photo by Cristina. Click to view her AMAZING Instagram and gorgeous spreads! (So in love!)

Wide Horizontal Row Layouts - short, wide boxes for each day of the week (full spread), also accompanied by boxes of different sizes for different elements.

 Photo by Vivian. Click to view her blog and spreads.

Photo by Vivian. Click to view her blog and spreads.

Short Column and Row Layouts - these are shortened versions of each style taking up just one page for the whole week. 

 Spread by Life By Whitney. Click to view her blog and layouts.

Spread by Life By Whitney. Click to view her blog and layouts.

Round Wreath Style Layouts - don't stick to squares and rectangles. You can use decorative circles to sort out your week.

You can use any style you want. Experiment with different layouts and see what works best for you and helps keep you on track. 

April Bullet Journal Weekly Layout

My bullet journal is the blank style (no lines), and I used use a ruler to draw my layouts. However, I've discovered that I can easily create my layouts on my computer and print them out on sticker paper. Just peel and stick!

For this month, I found some super cool images on Freepik (it's free as long as you give credit properly) Heck yeah! 

I'm using this gorgeous boho style feather graphic for my background and long vertical columns, and I'm in love with it. 

 "Ethnic Background with Colorful Feathers" Image Designed by Freepik. Click to view image.

"Ethnic Background with Colorful Feathers" Image Designed by Freepik. Click to view image.

I'm super excited to start filling out my plans for April right after I publish this post - gotta keep it clear, in case I need more photos!

You guys know I love to share my printables, so of course, I'm sharing this one - you can grab it below.

NOTE: The printable version won't say Blog Posts or Keto Diet Habit Tracker. Those are my personal labels. The calendar also will not be labeled or numbered. You're free to fill in the blanks with whatever you like.

If you've already signed up for my list or any other printables, there's no need to sign up again, because I'm sending this layout out to my mailing list tonight. Yay! 

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 "Bright Tender Tulips in Bunch" Image Designed by Freepik. Click to view image.

"Bright Tender Tulips in Bunch" Image Designed by Freepik. Click to view image.