Yes, I’ve done it again! I’ve changed up my weekly spread! A goal of mine has been to get more creative with my bullet journal and I think this spread is a step in the right direction. I decided to go with a summer/beach themed weekly spread since it went with my summer theme for June (check that out HERE).

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Individual Elements

Daily Log

Now that the world has started again (finally), I decided I needed a little more room for my daily agenda. Jo at Oops a Daisy UK created this awesome stencil that makes a daily agenda super quick and easy. I also love adding the shadow with my Zebra Mildliner. I’ll list all of my supplies used below as well.

To Do Lists

I decided to shift from a traditional bullet journal running to do this to a basic to do list for this new weekly spread. I used the stencil from Oops a Daisy UK for this as well. She has the check boxes spaced perfecting and it is so easy to use!

Habit Tracker

This is my traditional habit tracker. I love using my Mildliner to highlight every other line. This not only makes it look good, but also helps differentiate the lines so they don’t all run together.


This is legit the first time I have extensively used washi tape. I have now become addicted to it and I apologize in advance. I am soooo late to the party but honestly, I’m just happy to be a part of the party. I didn’t know what I was missing!

Supplies Used

Scribbles That Matter A5 Planner –

Staedtler Pigment Liner –

Zebra Mildliners-

Ohuhu Art Markers –

May/Summer Stencil –

Super Easy Daily Spread –…

Seaside Washi Tape –…

Plan With Me Video

I hope you enjoyed this new summer/beach themed weekly spread! I’d love to hear your feedback– leave a comment or question below!

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