Hi guys, this week I’m trying out a new weekly spread style, using a vertical dutch door. This uses a total of 4 pages. The first page has 3 dailies, the second is the dutch door with contains a week overview, goals and other notes, and my study plan. The fourth page has the last 4 days of the week.
Since I’ve been using this for four days already, I have a few notes for what I do and don’t like. The first is that the dailies are too big – I don’t need that much space because my study tasks have their own page. On that note, I don’t like that my study plan isn’t clearly visible. As you can see in the video, the study plan is on the underside of the dutch door, so when it’s folded it’s inside and you have to unfold the page to see it. All in all, I don’t think I’ll use this configuration again. The dutch door is pretty cool, but I feel like that might be more related to the novelty of it, rather than function. Lastly, it used one more page that I’ve been averaging lately. I can fit all my dailies on one page at the moment, so I end up using a total of three for my week.
As always, if you want to learn more about the resources I use for my bullet journal, please check out this page.