Weekly Bullet Journal Spreads That Minimalists Need To Steal!

The best inspiration for gorgeous weekly bullet journal spreads that are simple and beautiful. Try out one of these great Minimalist themed weekly spreads!

I am so excited to bring you these minimalist inspired weekly bullet journal spreads! I took some time drawing these up and then took even longer trying to figure out how to photograph them. The blogging learning curve is STEEP (and so is the bullet journal learning curve for that matter). One day we will all look back on this page and marvel at how far I have come but for now, I am actually super proud. I really hope you enjoy them and that they inspire you in your own bullet journal!

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I wanted to share some of the best and most affordable tools available for bullet journalling.

  • This notebook which is almost identical to the cult favorite and has raving reviews for a fraction of the cost!
  • This pen that won’t bleed through the page and is great for inputting your dailies
  • This Pen for art work and faux calligraphy
  • These Markers for decorating and color coding your journal
  • Stencils for making layouts quicker, or if you’re not handy at drawing

Also not necessary but this MEGA pack of PRINTABLES is amazing!

Obviously the only things that you need to get started is a notebook and pen and you will use them the most. However, the markers are useful for colour coding your journal and the stencils will save you time in creating beautiful layouts!

Read my full Bullet Journal Supplies Recommendation post here!

Minimalist Bullet Journal Weekly Spread Idea For When You Are Short On Time

Minimalist Bullet Journal Weekly Spread

This idea works great for when you are short on time but you want to have everything laid out so its easy to update with events, appointments and to-dos for the week. Add this one into your bullet journal weekly spread ideas minimalist page!


I marked every tenth dot going down the page to separate it into four different sections and added the day of the week in between each of the dots.

I added a little doodle in the last open spot but you could add a habit tracker, to do list, favorite quote or meal planner there instead! (or whatever you fancy)

Easy Bullet Journal Weekly Spread Idea For When You Want It To Look Pretty

bullet journal flower minimalist weekly spread

Bullet journal Minimalist weekly spreads like this one are a little more artsy than the one previous.

I wanted to play with a drooping/bouncy font and I wanted a spot to make a little doodle. This one is customizable by switching up the font and the doodle. 


I started by doodling something that makes me happy on the side of the page. I then separated each day by roughly 13 dots. It’s not perfect but it does the job. I wrote a separate “events” category in each box randomly so it was easy to see appointments and the like quickly.

Minimalist Bullet Journal Weekly Spread For When You Want To Track More Things

Bullet journal weekly spread

I love this one because sometimes you need to track your habits, sleep log and have somewhere to write down your to do list on the weekly spread itself. You need to try this simple bullet journal weekly spread layout!


I started by drawing vertical lines with my ruler on the 9th dot from the outside of either page. Added the grey stripe for each day of the week every 10 dots or so. Adding the marker first and then writing with the micron on top afterwards helps prevent bleeding just so you know! On the outsides I added a couple random trackers. Left side has a meal plan and habit tracker. The right side has a to do list, sleep tracker and separate planning spot for weekend plans. Doing this spread again, I would switch the weekend plan to a mini calendar of the month instead.

One Page Minimalist Weekly Spread Idea

minimalist bujo weekly spread

I love this spread if you don’t expect to have a very busy week and don’t want to use up two pages. Also comes in handy when you are approaching the end of your book but not ready to move to a new one yet! Try this one out when your tight on space in your minimalist weekly planner!


I started the first horizontal line on the 10th dot from the top of the page. Each day is separated by 4 dots. Calendar and month name at the top of the page!

Minimalist Weekly Bullet Journal Spread Idea For When You Want To Doodle

weekly log bullet journal minimalist

Another idea for a super simple weekly spread idea. I love doodling and think this spread is so fun because you can change up the doodle to give more variety. Some other doodle ideas that you can try would be a tree or flower. I did a random leaf and branch that looks like it should belong in the ocean lol! A great weekly bullet journal idea!


The page doesn’t split perfectly into three so I did a horizontal line every 13 or 14 dots. This meant that Tuesday and Friday were a little smaller than all the other boxes (by one dot) but I don’t think it is super noticeable.

I did all of the lines except for Saturday. Drew the doodle and then added that line up to where the doodle starts.

Minimalist Bullet Journal Layout For When You Need More Flexibility

Honest talk for a second? Sometimes I forget to fill in my bullet journal. It is not a habit to refer to it daily yet. I am working on that. For the time being however, I love using these rolling dailies. When I do remember to use the bullet journal, I will write the date, #1 goal, to do list (I used to list three but I can only reliably get one done per day (life with a baby), and in the brackets I add a little blurb about what I did that day for memories sake. Try this Bullet journal weekly spread simple to do in your bujo!


There is no tutorial. Use the rolling daily whenever you remember by adding that days date below the last thing you wrote in there.

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