5 Minimalist Easy Weekly Bullet Journal Layouts

by - October 26, 2019

Minimalist bullet journal layouts are easy to make and they look nice too! If you don't have much time on your hands, then maybe you should make minimalist weekly bullet journal layouts because they are quick to make. I am not certain, but these layouts took around 15 minutes each.

5 Minimalist Easy Weekly Bullet Journal Layouts

For my weekly layouts, I like to use one color, usually a Crayola Super Tip because I really enjoy using them and they come in so many colors. I make my layouts super quickly so even though for my other layouts I use a pencil first, for these weekly layouts I didn't. Just to let you know that is why there are mistakes on these pages and the lettering is not super even. :)

I can live with the mistakes because I am only using these pages for a week.

5 Minimalist Easy Bullet Journal Layouts

Let's get started! All of these layouts are easy to make because you can use just a pen and a marker for each one. I use a Sharpie pen and Crayola Super Tips in case you are wondering. I make my weekly layouts horizontal because I don't like it when every to-do takes up two lines or more on the page.

5 Minimalist Easy Weekly Bullet Journal Layouts

1. I like this layout because it is super easy to make. You don't have to have nice handwriting to add the capital letters for each day. The double line at the top of each day makes me think of stripes. I added the dates in one of my favorite ways by doing it with dots in between like this 10.26.19. I think that it makes it look more minimalist.

For my to-do list, I always do a double column for each day. I also use a weekend box because I don't have as much to do over the weekend.

5 Minimalist Easy Weekly Bullet Journal Layouts

2. This is one of my absolute favorite weekly layouts because I love the hand lettering at the top. For each day of the week, I used small capital lettering. I highlighted each one with a pink/salmon Crayola Super Tip. The hand lettering at the top I did with a black Sharpie pen. For later layouts, I decided not to add the larger header because it made so I didn't have as much room for my daily to-do list.

5 Minimalist Easy Weekly Bullet Journal Layouts

3. This is my other favorite layout I have made so far. This layout probably took me only five minutes! Add a stripe for each day and then add the days of the week and the day number and you are good to go. This layout also looks super cute and I really like how simple it is. :)

5 Minimalist Easy Weekly Bullet Journal Layouts

4. For this layout, I did the "underneath the word highlighting" style and I think it looks super cute for a stationary/back to school theme. This layout only takes a few minutes because you just have to write the word and then highlight slightly underneath it. I used large capital letters for this and add a weekend box.

5 Minimalist Easy Weekly Bullet Journal Layouts

5. This layout I made similar to layout number two because I liked how the highlighting looked. I did the hand lettering for the days of the week in cursive. I also added a quote at the bottom because it makes the page look a little fancier and I felt like doing it. :)

I hope that it isn't too obvious that I had to add the T in EVERYTHING in afterward because I had forgotten it! I love the blue color I used. It is definitely one of my favorite Crayola Super Tip colors. (I have the 50 pack in case you were wondering.)

Those were all five of the easy minimalist weekly bullet journal layouts. I hope that you liked them. If you were looking for some inspiration for your next weekly layout, I hope that you will try one of these!

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5 Minimalist Easy Weekly Bullet Journal Layouts

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