I'm so encouraged by the wonderful comments that I've received from it.
A Sewing Blog - Dream. Free Blog Planner Printable Pages! My previous blog organization has consisted of a monthly calendar with posts and deadlines filled in hanging on my studio wall, and a running to do list that remains on my desk at all times. I liked a lot of what she had, but I also knew I needed to customize for my own organizational habits.
So, I pulled up InDesign and made a bunch of my own pages, then like she does printed card stock front and back covers and had the covers laminated and the whole thing all pages of it!
Well, for each month I have a page for major goals for the month. At the bottom of that page I have a place to list out all the projects I need to sew and work related to my patterns.
Limiting myself to 3 site improvements only has proved useful, because sometimes I get into tweaking my site and that can be a total time suck.
Since I tend to post 5 times a week and send out a newsletter, I made my weekly planner pages reflect that. I put in a checklist for the common steps I follow for each blog post, and also checkboxes to make sure I shared it on some social media.
I printed the weekly post planning pages for each week — these are what take up the bulk of my planner. Another of my goals this year is to be more strategic in my advertising for my patterns, as well as to keep a record of relevant stats.
I hope the monthly tracking page I added at the end of each month will help me with that. Delving in, if you will. To fill in my lovely book, I started with a big sheet of my drafting paper and a bunch of colored markers, then went into an old fashioned bubble brainstorming session.
I received Steal Like an Artist: After my bubble brainstorming, I took another day and then have started to fill in my calendars and posts for the year. So, I hope this insight into my organization helps.
Get access to my free pattern gallery - sign up for my newsletter!Free Blog Planner Printable Pages! January 8, by Melissa Mora 13 Comments So as I admitted in Monday’s post, (in case you hadn’t already figured it out) I’m a bit of an organization geek, so today I’m sharing my blog planner for this year.
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Free Printable Planner Pages Just as I did last year, I like to have four color options for my planner so I can change colors with the seasons.
This year I did Mint Green for winter, Lilac for spring, Turquoise for summer, and Coral for fall. 23 Free Printables to Organize Everything. Free Printables: Calendar, Menu Planning, Cleaning Recipes, Homekeeping, Project Planner, Budget Worksheets Clean Mama. Organize Small Business Taxes Christina’s Adventures.
Organization Labels for File Folders World Label. Free Project Brainstorming Printable The Happier Homemaker. Free Printable Planner Pages Just as I did last year, I like to have four color options for my planner so I can change colors with the seasons.
This year I did Mint Green for winter, Lilac for spring, Turquoise for summer, and Coral for fall.