Today I do not have new nail art for you. 🙁 Womp. Womp. BUT if you are a fellow blogger you may enjoy what I spent my time working on this evening instead of nail art. I was looking around the internet for a suitable blogging planner/calendar and I couldn’t find one that specifically fit my needs, that I liked, or that was free. If you don’t mind paying $5.00 – $20.00, there are plenty of blog planners online, such as on Etsy. But I still couldn’t find one that I liked and had everything that I wanted.
So in the same way that my nail art design templates were born, I created my very own weekly blogging planner. And it’s rainbow colored! Please feel free to download and use this, I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!
Weekly Blogging Planner Template
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Weekly Blogging Planner Legend/Key
Here is a quick description of each section:
- Main Calendar – Seven boxes for each day of the week where you can write out tasks or notes to be completed on a specific date.
- Daily Task Calendar Icons – There are 14 total icons in 2 columns that you can cross off that are “daily tasks” for most bloggers.
- Column 1:
- Email – Check email
- Chart – Check and analyze statistics
- Comment Bubble – Check comments and reply
- Trash Can – Empty spam
- Feedly/RSS – Read and comment on RSS feed
- Link – Check and correct broken links
- Pencil in Box – Work on new content
- Column 2 – Social Media
- Google +
- Column 1:
- Weekly Goal – Write one main weekly goal that you can use to focus all of your efforts, front and center.
- To Do – Track and mark off tasks that are not date sensitive and can be completed any time during the week.
- Reviews – Track and mark off reviews. I like to write the product or product line on the first line, and the company and due date below that.
- Opportunities – Write down any opportunities that pop-up during the week that you want to follow up on later.
- Coming Up – Ideas, notes and tasks for next weeks planner.
Let me know what you think in the comments. I would love to hear if you end up using this!