Blog Planner 

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A while ago I shared my planner and how I use it. Today, I want to show you the planner behind this blog, the one thing that makes me stick to a schedule and post when I am supposed to.

When I decided to start a blog I looked for tips and tricks on Pinterest. I just search for blogging and tons of pictures with interesting titles. The first one I clicked was one that said “How to Start a Blog” or something like that. It said that I should choose a platform and  choose a niche, and of course; have a planner.

Since I already had a planner for my life that was going to end on August, I decided to look for one planner just for my blog. II look for one on Pinterest first, and found one that was perfect for me.

It has everything I was looking for in a blog planner.
Monthly Two Sheet Spread:  this is where I write what post should I write and post in which day. Since a post takes me more than a day to write and do the images, I use washi tape of different colors to “grab” two days.


Weekly View: this is a more detailed way of seeing the Monthly Two Sheet Spread. I write the day of the week and what I am supposed to do that day: comment on blogs, reply my comments, write a post, publish it , etc. In the corner of each day there is a Social Media checklist, and if you read my planner post you may know that I love checking things out of my list. On the right side of the sheet there are several boxes: I use one for the goals I have that week and another for achievements.
Brainstorm: I’ll be 100% sincere . I regret printing out so many of this page.  I normally just write what I have in my mind and the ideas just flow together. But sometimes I have an idea for a post, and I start searching for more information or ideas, so I use this page. On the cloud I write the name post, and I just write key words and doodle a little and then write.
This blog planner comes with notes pages along with some other pages for you to use however you want. I use one for post ideas (I wont publish that) and another for the process of creating my blog, and one for the tabs of my blog.
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