It’s Monday again.
I hope you all had lovely weekends! I have been battling a cold all weekend that just won’t go away, so I apologize for this post being a bit late today.
This week, I decided to go with a clean-cut, minimalist style spread, and I managed to squeeze the entire week onto one bullet journal page. If you need more room for your weekly spreads, you could always spread yours out over several pages and just use this post as a loose guide.
I stuck with a blue colored theme for this week, since it’s spring and it’s always raining now. Feel free to switch up any colors you’d like and if you recreate this spread, please post it on Instagram using the hashtag #9to5bulletjournal so I can check it out!
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So, this week’s spread is nice and simple, and should be fairly easy to recreate.
I started by creating four 10×10 boxes along the top of the page and then another four boxes along the bottom of the page. I left 3 rows of space above each section of boxes to mark my day of the week. You’ll probably want to adjust the size of these boxes to fit your bullet journal best, or if you’d like to use the same journal as me, you can check it out here:
Additionally, if you’re interested in either of the markers that I use for my bullet journal, you can check those out over here:
After adding in the boxes, I created a section in the bottom of each box that was 3 rows high. This is where I decided to put my gym and water tracker. I made these two trackers very simple by just circling y (yes) or n (no) for whether or not I went to the gym, and just simply recording the amount of water I had for the day in ounces.
Then, I added in the first three letters of each day of the week above their corresponding boxes and I added in the number of the day of the week as well. Then, in each box, I filled in my daily to-do lists, and you can put whatever you want in these boxes, whether it’s to-do lists, goals, or even daily inspirational quotes.
Now, all that is left is the last box on the bottom right, since there are only 7 days in the week, you’re left with an extra box. I decided to use this box as my sleep tracker.
Just the same as all the other boxes, this one has a 3 row high section at the bottom. In this section, I created a color-coordinated key for my tracker to show how many hours I slept. The lightest blue means that I got less than 8 hours of sleep, the medium blue means I got exactly 8 hours of sleep, and the darkest blue means I got more than 8 hours of sleep.
I just finished that tracker off by adding in the first letter of the day of the week along the side and labeling my color key (<8, 8, 8>). I also titled it ‘sleep’ in cursive and put hours in parentheses on the side.
My last little detail, which I really only did because this spread was a little too monotone for me, was to fill in all the enclosed spaces in between numbers and letters with a light blue marker. For example, the space in the ‘o’ in ‘Mon’ and the space in the ’09’ were both filled in with the light blue. And I went ahead and filled in Monday’s box, as well as Monday on my sleep tracker, so you can see how the spread functions. I will be filling in my daily trackers with the corresponding color that I use on my sleep tracker, so each day may be a different shade of blue.
And that’s it. I was really hoping to have videos up and running for you guys this week, but we’re working to get that set up as soon as possible, and I won’t really be able to do any voice overs until my cold clears up, anyway. So, keep checking back in for that, follow my Instagram to get live updates when posts go up and to get any future updates.
I hope you all have an amazing Monday and I will see you all on Wednesday.
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