Wanting to try out a new weekly spread in your bullet journal? This circular weekly spread has nice aesthetic and offers plenty of functionality.
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Very frequently, I change up my weekly spread. In the past, I have used single page weeklies, side-by-side horizontal weeklies, and even dutch door weeklies.
Here lately, I’ve been having the itch to change things up again. So, I did a little brainstorming and came up with this circular weekly spread. It spans two pages and has enough room for daily tasks, appointments, reminders, etc. And then along the sides, there is room for goals, notes, quotes, trackers, etc.
After posting this spread on Instagram and Facebook, I was asked by a few people if I had a printable version available. At that moment, I didn’t. But, with the help of my iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and Procreate, I quickly drew a look-alike version to share with you guys, here.
Circular Weekly Spread Printable
This is a PDF file with two pages. Each page can be printed on a standard US Letter size piece of paper and then cut out to fit in your A5 bullet journal. When placed across adjacent pages, you will have a circular weekly spread with seven sections.
The printable comes with daily headers, a goals section, and a next week section. The remaining blank space on the page can be used at your discretion. In my journal, I used the lefthand side to write a motivational quote. On the right, I included a dinner menu along with the goals and next week sections.
Also, there is a small towards the center of the circle. You could divide this into sections to track a habit, mood, etc. I divided each section of the small ring into 6 equal parts and use it to track my water intake for the day, aiming to drink six 24oz. bottles of water per day.
Customizing Your Weekly Spread
There is a lot of room and opportunity in this spread for customization. You could color in the headers around the circle, add a quote to the open space around the circle, or add a weekly header in the center of the circle. For my weekly, I used Tombow Dual Brush Pens to color in the headers and add the center title.
Another easy way to customize your printable weekly spread is with stickers. I love getting my Pipsticks subscription because they usually include seasonally themed stickers as well as functional, everyday stickers. I love it, my kids love it, and it’s very reasonably priced for the number of quality stickers you get each month.
The same goes for washi tape! It’s a great way to add a seasonal theme or a pop of extra color to your printable in a quick and easy way. If you aren’t ready to commit to a Pipsticks subscription but want to add some of their awesome stickers and washi tape to your collection, you can check out their shop.
Printing and Using Your Weekly Pages
Once you download the circular weekly spread onto your computer, you will need a PDF reader, like Adobe Reader (free here). Open your file in your reader and print both pages. Then, use a pair of scissors or a straight edge cutter (highly recommend) to cut along the thin grey lines on each page.
Then use glue or tape adhesive to secure the pages into your journal. From there, it’s up to you make the rest of the magic! I hope you enjoy this printable and love your new weekly setup in your bullet journal.
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