Finding the perfect weekly layout for your bullet journal is certainly an art and a task. There is so many options out there to draw inspiration that it can be overwhelming. The most important thing to acknowledge is that the combination of your needs, experience, and skills is going to be different than anyone else’s.
That’s it. That’s the secret. It isn’t rocket science, it’s just admitting that it’s going to take some time, some trying things out, and adjustment after adjustment. Some people change their weekly layout every week, some try a new layout every few months, and others find the perfect weekly layout (for them) and stick with it forever.
One of the aspects of the weekly layout that can make it hard to decide on just one, is the intense number of factors to consider when choosing. Typically, one of the first decisions you must make is how you intend to use it in relation to your other spreads. For instance, I used to have a monthly, weeklies, and dailies. With everything going on in my life, I finally had to admit that writing out a daily every single day just wasn’t practical for me. I avoided the switch to a weekly layout without dailies for months, but I knew it was what I needed to do, but making the decision was only the beginning.