January 5, 2015

Blogger Tip: How to Create Your Own Blogger Planner

As I have been growing as a blogger, I have been keeping track of my events and my schedule on my phone. I had little notes all over my desk. I found that as I continue to grow I needed to rethink this idea. I have always been an organized person, so it was time for me to get my blogging organized also. I created my own blogger planner.
The first step is to decide what type of planner I wanted. I know that I was going to use a binder, because it would be easy for me to add and remove pages, and easier for me to carry around.
I simply went to staples and purchase a three hole binder to begin with, I also purchased Avery labels that were listed for the next twelve months, so I had a section for January, February etc.
I then decided what pages would I like to include in my planner and I came up wit the following ones, you can use whatever you think is needed for your planner.






Cover Page
2015 Monthly Calendar
Future Posts
Weekly Post Planner
Expense Tracker
Paid Sponsor Post Tracker
Passwords
Future Projects & Ideas
Future Post Notes
Series Post Notes
Blogging Contacts
Giveaways & Reviews
Monthly Statistics

I then reviewed websites that could provide me with these pages and found www.bloggingplanner.com. I found all the pages that I wanted and that they had a whole lot more in case I wanted to add pages in the future.  I could decide to just buy those templates or I could use those templates as a starting point to create my own.
So if you are like me and you are looking to get better organized in 2015, I suggest you create a Blogger Planner and get creative in making it your very own.
Thanks to Mama’s Got It Together for those last few pages.

Meet the Guest Blogger:

Denise Seegobin is a blogger, social media influencer and New Jersey resident, is the founder of savingswithdenise.com. Before that she lived in New York and currently works there. Her lifestyle and eye for savings helps busy women stay on top of the latest trends in fashion, food, family, and life in general.


-Rambling Holly

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