In addition there are two printing options for each month: one with some suggested monthly chores included and another with that section left blank for you to customize as needed.
You will also continue to find my weekly planning page with a menu plan option but now I’ve provided several other alternatives as well including one without a menu planner at the top and one without any suggested daily chores. In addition, I’ve also provided a daily schedule planner to assist in thinking through those extra crazy days.
Turning the corner to focus on blogging, I’ve included several blogging helps including a blog financial register, a mileage tracker, a future posts brainstorming page, a post planner, a potential guest post brainstorming page, a potential sponsors brainstorming page, a monthly statistics analysis page, and a looking ahead page complete with an advertising tracker.
To help with social media side of blogging, I’ve included a tweet tracker (for all those tweets you want to consistently remember to send out or for those quotes you want to remember to tweet later), a twitter addresses and hashtag tracker, a daily social media checklist, and a blog party agenda planner. For details in how I use the blog party agenda planner, please see my post on last year’s agenda. It has seriously saved me hours of partying.
And it all comes with your choice of covers.
As with my 2012 planner, I have still chosen to create a weekly tear-off pad for the back pocket of my binder with my monthly calendar facing opposite. Again, the current month is placed last in the notebook so as to be displayed alongside the weekly planner when laid flat on my desk.
|Month to Week View|
I also like printing the looking ahead page on the backside of the monthly pages. This helps me when I am trying to plan posts and make time for other activities as I set up the next month’s calendar. Other than that, I personally chose to print each of these printables front-side only. That said, feel free to mix-and-match as best suits your needs.
|Looking Ahead Page on the Backside of Each Month’s Page|
In addition, I have now added 8-tabbed dividers to my notebook sequentially labeled: goals, daily schedule, passwords, blog statistics, blog finances, social media, post planner, and calendar. You may or may not need a specific section so feel free to adjust and organize your printables as will benefit you most. I share that just so you have an idea for where to begin.
|8-Tab Divider Labels|
Oh, I almost forgot to mention, I’ve also included two bonus pages: a year-at-a-glance for 2013 and 2014 and a Dates to Remember for Next Year page for when those guest posts begin to line up at the end of the year and you are not quite ready to plot them out on the calendar yet.
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Is There an Editable Version?
Unfortunately there is not an editable version of this planner at this time. If you would like an editable planner, you may still purchase the 2012 planner with a calendar print-ready through May 2013 for $4.99. For more information, please see the 2012 Blog-and-Home Editable Planner.
UPDATE 11/26/2013: These planning pages are no longer available. For even more organizational tools, check out the 2014 Cornerstone Confessions Everything Planner.