A few years ago, one of my daughters was just starting to blog and she asked me if I could design her a blog planner. Of course, I said, “Yes”! She was very specific with what she wanted and I worked with her, to create something that she would like.
What she wanted was something very simple and minimalist. Everything she found had a ton of pages that she wasn’t ready for yet, or that she didn’t think she needed just yet. So I designed this planner for her. It’s a very simple, and easy-to-use planner. She loved it!
This particular blog planner has been updated this year with new colors and a couple of new pages and new page designs. But at its heart, it’s still the basic planner that we designed a few years ago. I think she’d still love it. Matter of fact, she helped design the cover!
This planner is great for bloggers that are just starting out. or when you just want a simple planner. Sometimes all of those pages to fill out can be overwhelming. Or maybe you just want an overall plan, but not plan out every tiny detail. And sometimes, you keep your stats on your computer and you just don’t need all the other pages that most planners have. This planner is perfect for that!
In blue, pink, and light lavender watercolor, this planner is gorgeous. It’s also a non-dated planner so that you can start using it right away, any time of year. It’s also 8 1/2″ x 11″ letter size so that you have plenty of room to write and plan for your blog.
Here’s what’s inside:
- Password Keeper
- Blog Post Ideas Page
- Non-Dated Monthly Editorial Calendar
- Non-Dated Weekly Planner
- Blog To-Do List
- Blog Post Planner
The monthly editorial calendar is non-dated, which means you can start your blog planning at any time during the year. I made it landscaped so that there is plenty of room to write. Fill in the holidays and special days that you want to blog about. Plan for a blog series, and gift guides here. How you use this calendar is completely up to you and your needs.
The weekly/daily planner is perfect for a little more detail. It’s also non-dated and has room to write anything that you need. Fill in with blog posts, appointments, errands and so much more. There is also a To-Do list because we all need to be able to check off our tasks. I also included a Goals for the Week section. Here you can prioritize what you feel you must get done above anything else. This could be for your blog, your home, your personal life, or all the above.
Keep track of all of those passwords that we all accumulate. I love having this as a backup to what’s saved on my computer. I keep not only passwords that I need for social media and my blog, but also passwords that we use as a family. I have used this for years and can not tell you how much of a lifesaver this has been. When someone needs to log back into Netflix, they don’t have to yell across the house for the password. They can go right to my notebook and find it here. It’s awesome!
I also included a place to take notes. There are always things that we need to jot down to remember.
I think I add to this list all the time! The longer you blog, the more things there are to do. Keep track of what you need to do, your blogging wish list, and more.
I absolutely love the Blog Post Planner! It contains so much information to help you plan out your blog posts. Use this for blog post ideas. Use it for posts or series that you are currently working on. I made this page to have plenty of room to write and plan. You can even do your keyword research here. This page will walk you through everything to help you plan the perfect blog post and help you not to miss a step when you hit post.
Do you have a ton of blog post ideas? Did you have a blog post idea come to mind? Write them all down here. Do a brain dump session, or write them down as they come to you. This way they are all in one place. Then when you’ve written the post, mark it done.
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