Are you looking for autumn bullet journal ideas?! Match your journal to the season by trying out some of these spreads and doodles!
When the cooler weather sets in and the leaves begin to change colour…it can only mean one thing. Autumn is here!
I love creating weekly spreads to suit the season and now that Autumn has arrived, I’ve been brainstorming doodles and trying out different layouts for autumn themed bullet journal spreads.
What is a weekly spread?
Just in case you’re new to bullet journaling, a weekly spread is usually two (facing) pages with space for each day of the week plus optional ‘extras’ (eg. trackers or doodles).
Why use one?
I’m a big fan of the weekly spread because it’s an easy way to see everything you have coming up in the next seven days. No flipping pages, no confusion, its all there in front of you.
What should it include?
As well as the days from Monday through to the following Sunday, I usually add in either a weekly habit tracker or a meal planner and space for tasks/a to do list, plus an upcoming task list for ‘next week’. That’s the great thing about a bullet journal – you can add in whatever you need!
If you’re looking for more weekly spread ideas, have a look at my post “16 Of The Best Bullet Journal Weekly Spread Layouts”.
So, without further ado… read on for some pretty autumn weekly spread ideas!
Pencil (for sketching a rough outline)
Doodle ideas for autumn bullet journal spreads:
Coffee and tea cups
Autumn Themed Weekly Spread Ideas
This is a really simple spread which leaves open space for each day of the week. This style of spread can be really great if you want to be a little more flexible with journaling. It also has space for a ‘to do’ list and ‘next week’, plus an area for daily meal planning.
This autumn weekly spread has themed doodles to divide up the days of the week. Doesn’t this one just make you want to snuggle up with a nice hot drink? Scroll back up to the top for help creating some of these doodles yourself!
This spread is a bit more structured than the other two. I used the space below each daily box to record the weather and temperature but you could use it for anything; a mini habit tracker, a gratitude log or maybe a meal planner would work too.
If you don’t have many daily tasks or plans then this spread may work for you. In keeping with the autumn theme, the habit tracker is made up of leaves!
Have you been trying out Autumn weeklies? Which layouts do you like to use? Hopefully these ideas have given you some inspiration to create your own autumn themed weekly spread!
Let me know in the comments below!