I tend to change up my weekly spread each week, depending on how much time I have to spend and how creative I feel like getting. This for me is one of the best parts of creating my own journal rather than using a pre printed diary.
I have a few go-to lay outs which I then tweek depending on the theme I have chosen.
A two page spread with days of the week running vertically down one page, with habit tracker, to do list, social media logging etc all on the other page.
Boxes for the days of the week run horizontally across both pages. With space for all the additional info above and below.
Each page is horizontally split into 4 blocks. One is used for each day of the week, with the 8 being used for additional info such as social media/habit tracking.
The Heptagon is divided into 7 sections to represent the days of the week, the second page is used to house my to-do list etc.
A low detail overview of the week. More detail can be then placed into the daily spreads.
On top of these basic layout I then have some weeks where I go a bit wild with the layout, such as my hot air balloon spread below:
Or this Gin themed layout…
Finally, the Dutch door spread is a way of providing more space, but still having all they key info to view. For more info on my Dutch door set up click here.
I hope that all of the above has provided a bit of inspiration on a new spread set up…
For more ideas on weekly spread set-ups have a look at my Journal Videos.