If I had to sum up my favorite weekly spreads from this past year, I admit, it would take me a while! That’s why I left it up to YOU… well more like Google Analytics, but you know what I mean…
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After a full year of new and unique weekly spreads, my brain is a little worn out, but these designs are so fun to look back on! When I started the site back in July 2016, I didn’t plan on designing new spreads every single week, but it just kinda happened. It became a challenge, but a GOOD challenge.. I never thought I could come up with so many different designs, and I’m so happy when I see you using my designs for inspiration.
These spreads are the top-viewed of 2017, and each can be downloaded directly from this post. If you click “Download Free” below the any listing, you’ll automatically download the ZIP file with the Measurement PDF, “My Version” PDF, & the Notes file. (Read more about what these mean here.)
I love seeing your versions of my designs, and I hope to keep inspiration flowing into the new year! Looking forward to 2018, I won’t have new spreads each and every week, but I will release new designs every so often. If you’re ever stuck though, head to My Shop and look through the 70+ weekly spread designs — you’re sure to find something! All of my spreads have free measurements to help you transfer the designs to your own journal.
Scroll on through to see pics of the top weekly spreads of the year, and remember if you use one of my designs – be sure to tag me (@lifebywhitney) IN your Instagram pictures – I love seeing your versions!
7. Track 3 Weekly
Have you ever heard to try and limit your day to THREE things you have to finish in order to increase your productivity?? I’ve based this spread around tracking those THREE things and hopeful it helps YOU with getting things done. In this spread, I’ve numbered three spots where you can write these down.
8. The Charlie Weekly
This spread is one of my most unique, but it really isn’t too hard to transfer over into your journal. The idea behind this spread is to write my main to-do’s & appointments in the day boxes, and the “brain dump” in the every single thing section. The key at the bottom right is used for the mood & energy charts up at the top & either a line graph or a bar graph will work there. I love adding color throughout the week and seeing it when it’s all filled up.
9. Vertical Days
This spread is the very first in the September bundle, and it’s another goal-focused weekly spread. I plan to write my goals (weekly, monthly & yearly) in the circles on the left-hand page. Underneath these goals in the “What I Gotta Do to Get There” section, I’ll write my NEXT steps that I can do in the next week or two to help me accomplish these goals.
In Conclusion ...
That’s it! Here are quick-links to the FULL version of each weekly spread so you can learn more – the full versions include extra resources: No Header PDF, Blank PDF, inDesign File, Practice PDF, Numbered Practice PDF and More!
👇Did you use any of my spreads this past year for inspiration?? Which was your favorite? Let me know in the comment section! 👇
If you’re interested in seeing the top spreads from LAST year – click HERE!