I’ve always been a list maker, so using a blog planner for focus fits perfectly into my love for list making. I can get a lot done in a day by planning ahead, and I believe my list making has made that possible.
Since deciding to start my blog, I knew I just had to have a blog planner. Some people don’t like planning because they say it cramps their style. When used properly it doesn’t cramp my style, it frees me.
To Start My Day
I start every day by making a to-do list using my blog planner. The first item on my list is my #1 priority item. My second item is my #2 priority item, and so on and so forth. I begin working on item #1. I’m often interrupted by a fire or an emergency of some kind. But, when that fire is out I don’t waste any time deciding what to do next. I just start right back with #1 on my list until it’s complete, then I move onto item #2.
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As I work my way through my list and my day using my blog planner my entire day goes much smoother and I work more efficiently getting more done. When my scheduled work day comes to an end my to-do list is almost always complete. The focus my blog planner gives me has been a blessing and an answer to my prayers.
You can find a variety of planners that fit your specific needs. My planner contains 22 pages, some of the specific pages are listed here for your convenience.
- Advertising Planner Page and Tracker for Your Blog Posts
- An Affiliate Tracker with Space for Login Information
- An Annual Blog Post Page, (I converted mine to a monthly page and made 12 copies to last me all year long.)
- Note Pages
- A Complete Blog Post Planner Page, (Again I’ve copied this many times for planning out each of my blog posts.
- A Blog Series Planner Page, (used if you want to run a series of related blogs.)
- A Goals Sheet
- Keywords and Hashtags List
- A Post Topic Tracker
- And MUCH MORE
- Order your blog panner here.
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