Download this free weekly blog planner printable to organize your tasks and be more productive when growing your blog!
I don’t know about you, but I need to have a written plan figured out before I can work. I used to be more of a “fly by the seat of your pants” type blogger, but those days are (thankfully) long gone. I just can’t get as much done when I don’t have it all planned out!
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Free Weekly Blog Planner Printable
With this free weekly blog planner printable, you can map out the most important tasks you need to complete every day. There’s nothing worse than staring at a blank internet tab…wondering what you need to do first.
Using this blog planner lets you prioritize your activities so you are only working on those that matter. It’s easy to get distracted with Facebook and start sharing your links in chore threads. However, if that’s not the best use of your time (and it likely isn’t) you need to make sure you are focusing on productive tasks!
Download this free blog planner printable and print off a new copy for each week. I use the daily boxes on the left to write down what posts are going live each day. Not only does this keep you on track, it ensures that are you regularly blogging about all of the topics you cover. You don’t want to blog about recipes and crafts, and only post recipes for two weeks straight! Mix it up using this printable blog planner!
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To the right of this free weekly blog planner printable, you can jot down events, which include online or in-person activities you have going on. Maybe you are attending a blogging conference or meet up. Facebook lives or group events also go here.
My favorite section is next: The TO-DO list! I am a total list maker so this section keeps me sane when it comes to everything I want/need to do on my blog. You can treat this area as a brain dump of tasks that you need to finish by the end of the week. Each day, choose three things you are going to work on in order to get them all completed.
Finally, an added notes section. Use this space to jot down any extra details you need to remember, such as brands you want to reach out to or the name of a product you used in a recipe post.