July 2019 Weeklies Setup – 4 One-Page Bullet Journal Weekly Layouts

Bullet Journal Weekly Layouts

Hello everyone and welcome back to another bullet journal blog post.

Last week, I shared with you how I set up my bullet journal for July 2019. Today post is the second part of my July setup: the weeklies. In this post, I’ll show you 4 different one-page bullet journal weekly layouts to try out yourself.

Since this is the first time that I use an A5 notebook (you can see my last one here), I did look up some inspirations but mostly found the two-page layouts. I, personally, prefer the one-page bullet journal weekly because, first, I usually don’t have a lot of to-dos per day, and second, I want to save pages so the notebook can fit at least 6 months.

With that being said, if you also gravitate towards the one-page bullet journal weekly layouts, here are some ideas. My theme for July setup is watermelon so you’ll see a lot of red, green and watermelon doodles throughout these spreads.

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For your reference, this is the grid spacing of my Scribbles That Matter notebook.

Bullet Journal Weekly Layouts - grid spacing
Bullet Journal Weekly Layouts
Bullet Journal Weekly Layouts

For the first week of July, I divided the page into 2 sections: To-do and Notes (spacing 18:8). The dimension for each day of the week is 5 x 18.

Bullet Journal Weekly Layouts

The second weekly spread is just a simple 2-column layout. Each column contains four 8 x 12 boxes. I dedicated the last box for Notes.

Bullet Journal Weekly Layouts
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Bullet Journal Weekly Layouts

Also using the same concept as the second spread, for the third week of July, I made the boxes skinnier and elongate them so that I can fit 3 columns. Each column has 2 boxes. The dimension for each box is 7 x 16. Since I only have 6 boxes to work with, I combined Saturday and Sunday into Weekend.

Bullet Journal Weekly Layouts

Last but not least, we have the 8-box layout with a twist. The 8-box layout is such a classic and simple setup. However, I wanted to spice things up and make it look more interesting. I decided to make the column asymmetrical. Each box is 9 x 13.

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That’s it for today post. If you read all the way to this point, thank you and I hope this post has been helpful. Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram and Youtube so we can talk more. See you next time!

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