Below you can see my example of how you could bullet journal in a Rhodia weekly planner. It’s kind of like the Rolling Weeks method of bullet journaling.
On the left in the printed days you write your scheduled events as usual. This has the great advantage of being able to plan ahead for the entire year, and not having to draw out your weekly pages week after week.
On the right page you do your Daily Log just like you would in a normal bullet journal. This is where you write notes, tasks, and things to follow up on.
You can either make that page correspond only with that week’s schedule, or if you need to write more some weeks or less other weeks you can have your right-side Daily Log pages not always match the left side schedule pages. Since you date your daily entries, you can always refer to the corresponding weekly schedule. This allows you to plan ahead for the entire year, and bullet journal, all in one portable book.
For the past several years these planners have completely sold out by about the first week of November, and they are not reprinted or restocked for the year. So if you want one, grab it fast!
Do you use a Rhodia weekly planner as your bullet journal? Please tell us about it!