It’s finally finished, with a few day to spare.
My 2015 printable blog planner and calendar — designed to help you (and me) stay organized and keep our blogging businesses on track in 2015. (If you’re not a blogger, don’t worry, I have a planner and calendar for you, too!)
Since blogging is my job, I need a workhorse calendar, custom made for this unique career. So, I designed my printable blog planner to make it easy for me to keep up with blog post ideas, to-do lists, my traffic stats, website improvements, goals, accomplishments, online advertising, companies and brands I’d like to work with — everything a blogger needs to track.
I like to be able to look at my week at a glance, so I set up my planner with a two-page spread for each week with space for tracking growth.
There’s plenty of room to jot down ideas, deadlines, notes and anything else important.
On the flip side of each week are some handy weekly blog planning forms to keep track of the week’s posts, social networking, a weekly to-do list and any sponsored post opportunities and deadlines.
Of course, I included plenty of pages in the back for long-term planning — post ideas, changes I want to make to my website, notes and longterm to-do list items.
The full weekly calendar with blog planning pages is more than 250 pages, and it’s designed to be printed double sided.
You can use it in any three-ring binder or take it to the office supply store to have it bound.
Forgive the use of last year’s photo above! I didn’t want to make you wait for me to shoot a new photo!
I use the Martha Stewart Home Office discbound notebook, which allows me to easily add or remove pages throughout the year. I like it because even though my planner is big, I can still lay it flat — something that’s not possible with a 3-ring binder. That particular color and style is no longer available, but the Staples Arc binder covers work the same way. They’re easily expandable, and it’s easy to add pages if you have the special Arc hole punch.
To download the 2015 Atta Girl Says Blog Planner and Calendar, click HERE or on the image above. Please note, the entire file is 31 MB, so it may take a while, depending on your connection speed.
You can download a compressed version of the planner HERE. It is 17 MB, and you will have to unzip the file after you download it.
You may find it easier to download and print each month individually. Those links are below:
To download long-term blog planner pages click HERE or on the image above.
If you’re not a blogger, I’ve designed a week-at-a-glance planner and calendar for you, as well.
Click HERE or on the image above to download the free printable 2015 planner and calendar. Please note, the file is 22 MB, so it may take a while.
A compressed version of the full calendar file can be downloaded HERE. You will need to unzip the file after you download it.
Like my blog planner, it is designed to be printed double sided and bound.
Wishing you an organized and productive 2015!
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