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I have been on the quest for the perfect planner for about two years.  I put together a system last year that failed miserably and cost me too much.  I have tried organizing myself digitally with an online system — terrible.

So finally realized what my problem was…I am a blogger.  Who makes a planner for a blogger?  Answer? NO ONE!  See, if you are a creative blogger, you can relate!  We don’t plan our days by chunks of time, nor by schedule, we plan our days by projects.

We also need paper to brainstorm, draw, think, collect, etc. Doing that online just doesn’t work for me. Hence, the problem with all the planners I looked at.  So I finally decided to figure out how to design my own planner, a feat in and of itself!  So here you have it.  A free, printable blog planner!

EDITED TO ADD:  I updated this planner with 7 colors and a new pattern and slight design modification in January of 2014.  Check it out here.

Printable blog planner



52 sheets of the printable planner

12+ blank sheets of printable calendar

2 pieces of decorative chipboard for front and back cover

chipboard for calendar tear-off pad

1 file folder

optional: pen loop

spiral binding service

Oh, and by the way, I have another problem.  Not only am I am a blogger I am a leftie.  So that makes my planner all backwards and upside down.  But it works for me and I am so totally excited about it!  It has really helped me plan ahead and stay organized.

I created a 2 minute video for you to see how and why I designed it this way.


In words this is what I did…

#1 I try to do three projects a week so I have three boxes for post ideas and projects.  I still blog 6 days a week but a few of those I don’t have to plan out (i.e. giveaways, 5 Ways posts, personal posts or guest bloggers).

#2 I have a place to track stats.  I try not to focus on numbers too much, but I will say tracking my stats helps me stay focused and not measure myself against other people.  Each week when I write down my stats it helps me measure myself against myself — which I highly recommend.

#3 Blogger to encourage. I have a huge heart to encourage and rejoice in the success of others.  Since my mantra this year is to be intentional this is the little spot that helps me be intentional in sending a little note to a blogger each week.

#4 A running to do list.  I try to keep this for proactive blogging things.  One of the things on my to do list in February will be to figure out Google +.  One of my past “to do’s” was the create a FB landing page, which I did.

#5 I also have a place for ideas.  This could be future post ideas, tutorials, dreams, goals, etc.

Blogger Planner 2

I also designed a blank calendar that I have to fill out every month with the days and month.  This helps me keep track of what I am blogging about each day — no I do not plan my blog a month in advance.  I know people that do but I am just not that organized!  I actually got it made into a tear-off pad so when I am done with the month I can just throw that away.

Also I got the background from Amy from Sprik Space which is found here.  She offers a bunch of free ones here as well.

Blogger calendar

Directions for binding:

I printed out 52 of the weekly pages and 20 of the blank calendars at home.  Then I took those, along with a decorative file folder and 2 decorative chipboard pieces to Office Depot. I had them cut the planner pages down to size determining the size of the binder.  They cut a file folder down to that size and then cut one of the long edges 1/2” shorter than the other so it could act as a flip folder.  Then with the calendars they cut it down to the edges of the grid on the left and right and then made it into a tear-off pad for me. All I had to do was adhere the tear off pad to the flip file folder when I got home.  I also purchased a pen loop and stuck it in the back to hold my pen.

Interested in making your own?  Here are the free printables for you.  You can just print the pages out and stick it in a binder too.  If you find this useful please let me know and share it with your friends via FB, twitter or Pinterest.

Weekly Pages design

Calendar Pages design

Weekly Pages blank

Calendar Pages blank

Edited to add:  Let me know if you want me to make a custom one for you by changing the wording in the boxes.  I can no longer provide this service – I am sorry.  However, here are a couple I have made for my readers.

Lesson Planner Blank

Lesson Planner Design

Stay at Home Mom Design

Disclaimer:  This printable is offered to you free of charge.  I ask that you do not sell or replicate these for anything but personal use without asking permission from me first.

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  1. Becky, this is perfect I was scouring Pinterest this weekend looking for a bog planner! Also, as a fellow Lefty this is just too perfect for me. Thank you! Thank you!

    Pink and Green Mama,

  2. This looks great! It’d be an excellent reminder of what I need to pick up when I go to the store. That’s what I always have the most problem with. I always forget some important piece! I do actually plan my posts a month in advance. But they usually change a little bit depending on when I get things done or if a random opportunity comes up. 🙂 It makes me feel not so stressed because I know I have things planned!

  3. I am so picky about my planners also! That’s a good idea to tracks stats that way. Then you can flip through it and see how you’ve progressed! Love Aimee’s designs 🙂

  4. Thank you so much!! I’ve been looking for a planner. My goal is to get a week or two ahead on my posts, something I’ve been struggling with since I started blogging. This will help so much. I’m printing the pages and making a binder today!

  5. Wonderful!!! Thank you so much for the free printables. I too have never been able to find the perfect planner. I usually have a planner, wall calendar, desk calendar and plenty of sticky notes and drawing paper with designs. This will come in handy. Have a Blessed Day!

  6. Lefties unite! The one thing I hate about planners and journals is that my hand sits on the stupid binding. I love the idea of putting this in a binder so I can take it out, write on it and put it back without having to contort my hand all weird like. 🙂

  7. It is in google analytics. Do you have that installed on your site? It is a must for any blogger and kind of the standard in reporting and is amazing. Right on the front page it will give you your pageviews and your uniques for the month.

  8. Thanks so much for sharing this with us. It is perfect for a blogger or even DIYer. It’s terrific!

  9. I have about 20 different versions of planners too and NONE of them work! I’m excited to finally use one that works for bloggers. Thanks Beckie!!

  10. Oh My Goodness, I am a leftie too and the working right to left is ideal for me. thank you so much for sharing this and letting us print them off.

    Linda xxxx

  11. I love this! As a lefty I am in awe, and wish I could have a regular planner laid out the same way. Oh the life of a lefty in a right handed world!

    I don’t really plan out my posts that much, but may start, and this is a great way to do it!

  12. This is great! One of my goals for this year was to try to organize my blog and then stick to it! If I can’t do it with this system, then there’s not much hope for me!! Case in point… I had a football food post that I had every intention of running 2 weeks before the Super Bowl and about 3 days ago, my husband casually mentioned that the Super Bowl was this weekend and I freaked and never ended up running the post! Haha!! Thanks so much! I’ll be printing these off tomorrow!

  13. Beckie, this is wonderful! Thank you for recording the video. As much as I love reading, sometimes I find it hard to understand written instructions. Your video makes it all so clear.

    I love that you’ve created a tool that will work for YOU. My husband is left-handed, and I know that sometimes he uses notebooks completely backwards. I like the way you tailored your planner for southpaws! Most of all I admire the way you’re planning (and actually DOING!) things to encourage other bloggers. Your faith and your kindness just shine through.

  14. Richella thank you! Seriously, your comment won “comment of the day”. You are so generous with your words and genuine in your thoughts. Thank you my friend.

  15. THANK YOU!!! you have developed something I can follow. I too am a lefty and its sucks because see the the world so differently! Thanks again.


  16. Great planner! I’m not a blogger, but I would like to modify this to work for me as a housewife and home educator. Love, love, love the design of the folder itself. Will adapt for a “righty,” but the idea is brilliant!

  17. What a perfect blog planner and what a giving heart you have to offer it to others. Thank you so much – I know this will help me enormously to stay on task.

  18. Thank you, I’m generally an organized personal but couldn’t figure out how to do it for blogging! Genius, I will be using this and sharing this! Thanks so much!

  19. THANK YOU so much!! I’m getting a “this file can harm your computer, do you want to keep it?” message from 4shared. I’ve never gotten this message before, has anyone else had this problem?

  20. This is AWESOME!! Especially since I’m a leftie too! Us lefties need more things designed our way. Thank you so much for making this available to us. I’m thrilled and will start using it tomorrow.

  21. I love this project. It’s inspiring to see how much thought and organization you put into this– Makes me want to have a collective place for my blog thoughts. THANKS FOR SHARING! ( Love your printables designs too)

  22. Beckie,
    This printable is fantastic and I’m sure you’re making bloggers everywhere happy…including me! Can’t wait to print out my own…THANK YOU!

  23. I think that this is simply genius! This is one of those things that you really need, but never take the time to figure out yourself and actually make it! Thanks for doing so!

  24. Becky,

    Thank you very much for this generous blorginizer, derived from blog + organizer!
    It was a bit of a challenge for me to figure out how to reconfigure it all for me, a righty, but once I did, very happy.


  25. This is perfect! I totally agree about planning by project. I am definitely going to use this. Thanks so much it is very helpful and you were adorable in your video : )

  26. Thanks so much for this! I’m a lefty too and it is *incredibly* frustrating to have to work “backwards”. I love your idea of comparing yourself to yourself each week and finding another blogger to encourage. I’m still a relatively new blogger, but I’m interested in learning so much more! You have a new follower!

  27. Hi Beckie,
    Your site/blog is great! Love the calendar, love the business cards… I just found your site through Pintrest about 15 minutes ago… I will definitely come back. I pinned both of the above items to Pintrest. Thank you, Your Awesome! (I am new to Pintrest as well, just signed up yesterday… Trying to figure it all out). Connie

  28. This is AWESOME! I love what you did. And that you’re helping out other bloggers. I love the background you picked. I am printing this out as we speak.

  29. I love this!! I have searched and searched for a planner and I think this one is great! I can’t wait to put it together! I found your blog on PInterest and I am so glad I did! You seem like a wonderful person, to take time to encourage others is sometimes rare these days and I think it is a blessing! Thanks so much!!

  30. Woo hoo! Welcome Christina to IC and to blog world. We are all pretty friendly out here and want to help each other out the best way we can.

  31. I love it! Especially how you can have the weekly planner and monthly calender in view at once! I had no idea Office Depot could make tear off pads.

    I’m most excited about this idea because I am a notebook girl and can’t seem to get into writing my thought in binders or on lose leaf paper. This is PERFECT!

    Thanks for all the hard work you put into sharing this with us. You’re awesome!

  32. I found this from Ann Voskamp’s blog Holy Experience…and I love it…I am a lefty and a preschool teacher thanks so much!!

  33. I found this post via Pinterest and I am SO glad I did! I tried setting something up via an online calendar and it didn’t work for me. This is so close to what I had in my head as what I needed and now I have an “excuse” to go to a craft store for materials.

  34. This is great! I made my own one too but I honestly like yours better lol. I really love the “encourage a blogger” section. Very sweet idea.

    Just printed out a whole bunch

  35. Genius! I love the way you use the folder. I don’t plan for my blog but being a creative type person, I could never stick with the regular planners. This year I’m using the Uncalendar planner and it is the only one that has ever worked for me, because it is so flexible. Designing your own, specifically for your needs, is a really great idea!

  36. Becky I love this planner!! I’m in the process of creating a home binder and I have a section for blogging and these pages are perfect for it. Plus I’m a lefty so naturally I’m in love! 🙂 I was curious how easy it would be to customize the boxes for a stay-at-home mom as well? I’d like to put pages just like these only for my mom duties in my Schedule/To Do section but I want a cohesive look to the whole binder.

    Thanks again so much for sharing…these are awesome! 🙂

  37. I just found this on Pinterest! I love the idea; it just might be what I need to get myself to start blogging again. 🙂 Thanks for sharing your templates.

  38. Love this idea – and the use of paper which is a necessity for brainstorming! I just can’t use online/phone planners – so glad there’s others like me 🙂

  39. Thanks so much for these! I will definitely use them for my personal blog, but will also use them for my website as well – which is a bit different than blogging, but your planner will work for that too. It’s a simple way to get things “out of my head” and onto paper — great stuff.

  40. Thank you so much for the share!! I will be making one of these for my blog as well. I try not to be on the computer after 9p, because it keeps me up, but you never know when inspiration hits and I am so tired of running around hunting for paper!

  41. Is there any way I can have an e-mailed version of the document you created for your teacher friend? I cannot download through that program on my Mac for some reason.

  42. This is great! I am making one for myself and two for two of my girlfriends! Designed your blank ones to our branding for our photog businesses. Will be making a trip to office depot tomorrow! 🙂

  43. The file folder in the back is BRILLIANT! I’ve been working to create a planner to fit my needs, and that idea is one I’ll be shamelessly stealing! Thanks for sharing!

  44. Beckie, thank you so much for putting this together! I too was looking for a blog calendar/ planner and trying to tweak what I had found so far. But, this is perfect!

  45. I am only a few months in with blogging and my website and feel like I am devoting all my time to it and not projects. This is SO going to HELP me stay focused! Many thanks!

  46. This is so excellent! I have been trying to create a planner for blogging for a while, too, and I totally love your idea of using the folder to flip your weeks behind and still being able to see the current month. Thank you so much for sharing your excellent and creative solution.

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  48. Thank you so much for sharing your Blogger Planner & Calendar. We recently started doing Pre-school at home and I’m working on that schedule and in doing so have temporarily put my blogging aside, mostly because of lack of being organized and time. I LOVE this and plan on implementing your planner to help me get back to blogging in a much more organized and prepared manner. Thanks again!

  49. Thank you so much! This is perfect. So nice of you to share your talents with us! Now maybe I can create a schedule I can stick with!

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  51. This is amazing! Oh my gosh…in all of your spare time (hehe) you need to start a workshop teaching those of us less gifted in the ways of organization and time management all of your tips and secrets! I need you…here…by my side…teaching me. 😀 You’ve definitely motivated me today to try harder (or, I should say, to try…period) to be more organized, to manage my time better, and to be more intentional with my posts. I transitioned last year from full-time decorator with a blog on the side, to full-time blogger. But somehow, my mindset never seemed to change from “my blog is a hobby I do on the side” to “my blog is my business.” I have so much room for improvement!! Thanks so much for the inspiration!!

  52. Thank you so much for this! I am fairly new to this blogging thing. I love it, but have a hard time keeping all my ideas organized. Sticky notes and lists have taken over and are everywhere! I juggle being a teacher, two active teenage boys, etc., etc., like everyone else out there.
    I love your REAL person way of blogging and I hope I can be the same for my readers- whether they like it or not! 🙂

  53. You seriously need to make a ton of these and start selling them (for those of us that are still too lazy to print and make our own)! You could make money off of this idea! I love it! We’ll see if I can get my act together to make my own now!
    p.s. found you via Tip Junkie 😉

  54. You can put me on your checklist for a blogger to inspire. You inspired me to start a new blog. I started one in 2007 when I bought my house and got married, and let it go by the wayside about a year later when I got facebook. I was only using to share my life with distant friends (facebook was easier). Now, I have a blog with purpose. Thanks!!!

  55. BTW, I am a fashion and life style blogger. I do use an editorial calendar (excel spreadsheet) but I do love your planner idea. I’d love to order a custom made planner from you.

  56. I am brand-new to the world of blogging… and have so many ideas… this is such a great planner and something I can see myself using to help organize the thoughts in my head! Thank you so much for sharing and making it freely available!

  57. DUUUUUDE! I love everything about this. Mostly the part where you got to go to Office Depot because I have a serious crush on that store. I was reading it and the file folder part confused me but then when I watched the video and saw what you did IT WAS GENIUS! I want ten of them. You know, I’ve moved so much of my stuff to electronic, iPhone, iPad, iCal, I LIFE but I miss paper. I miss drawing, being creative, this has really inspired me. Maybe it’s time to go back to my roots, and make something like this. I always have so many blog ideas, I never write them down, I forget them, I put them in my phone but never go back to look, this is just such a clever idea. PLUS OFFICE DEPOT.


  58. A planner for bloggers? This is an AWESOME idea! I could use this for blog posts, and also for artsy projects. I’m currently juggling about five beading projects and could use the organization.

    Thanks! <3

  59. Thank You so much for this. I’ve searched myself for a long while and LOVE this idea. I deeply appreciate you sharing the files as well. Watching your video was a huge help to understand how you use it. I’m just amazed and thankful for your generosity. HUGS

  60. Excellent, this is phenomenal. I realized that I need to see my stuff in a paper planner too! So thank you so much for helping me out!!! This is gonna work awesomely for me.

  61. Love your planner sheets – I’ve already filled out the calendar for the next month and I feel so much more organized. Thanks so much for sharing!

  62. Great idea. I love it. I am not a blogger but I am a scrapbooker and DIY Diva 🙂 and I could use it for that . thanks for shairing. A Dinner Menu would be awesome for free

  63. i found your diy planner on pinterest, it’s the perfect planner! i’m not a blogger, but am really really excited to make this planner. i know you said you don’t plan by your day, but is it possible to get printable designed weekly page instead of the page saying projects, etc. ? Either way, it’s really a fantastic diy planner!

  64. I am so glad a friend recommended this to me! I am your newest FB fan 🙂 I have uploaded my planner to staples and I cannot wait to pick it up. I went with a B/W version because WOW it was so much cheaper!!!! Just over $11.00. I am so stinkin excited. Thanks so much for sharing this!!!!

  65. Beckie – This is just wonderful! I’m a leftie too so I’m constantly using spiral notebooks from the back! Thank you so, so much for freely sharing this awesome organizer with all of us! I hope to get over to Office Depot today! Take care. Suzy

  66. Wow, This is amazing! Just what I need to get me more organized. I am not an electronic planner person either. I need to see it, scribble it, and touch it! You’re an angel for sharing with us. Thank you!

  67. I loved your idea!! But how do I print this out?? Also, I am a leftie too so this will help me out alot.. Thanks

  68. awesome job putting this together! i would like to print the calendar but in a different color. how would i do that? also, what program do you use to set up your boxes? thanks.

  69. Thank you! This is definately what I have been looking for. I came across you blog thru Money Saving Mom. 🙂

  70. Thank you so much for sharing! I have been trying to figure out how to organize my blog plans. This looks very helpful.

  71. Hi, I just saw your planner, it it wonderful. Then I saw the alternates you made at others’ requests, so here is one more special question. How about taking the stay at home planner page and changing “ideas” to menu and “shopping list” to baking. I would truly appreciate your time.

  72. there are no words other than THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER!!!!! I love it! I pinned it, I G+’d it, I fb’d it and I tweeted it!!! Are you kidding?!?!?! Amazing! thank you thank you thank you so much!!!! I cannot wait to put mine together this week!!!! You rock my friend!!!

  73. I’ve been trying to download the .PDF files for the last 25 or so minutes with no luck. I go to the file sharing site, had to create an account, and am trapped in an endless loop where I click “download”, wait the 20 seconds for the file sharing site to let me start downloading, nothing happens, then I click the “if your download didn’t start” link, which takes me right back to the page where I started. Very, very sad since I’ve been looking for a planner set-up that works for me for AGES. 🙁

  74. I am having the same troubles that Jessie had. Maybe there is a glitch with our browser that the download site doesn’t like. LOL This is such a terrific planner!!

    Precious Hugs

  75. Why Can’t I print without signing in…. and what exactly am I creating an account for???

  76. If you printed and bound these yourself with high quality materials and sold them on Etsy, I would buy them.


    I don’t want to bother printing this and doing all the work myself but you could have a healthy profit margin if you did it yourself.

  77. In order to be able to download the printable they make you sign up. I don’t have any control over it. Sorry.

  78. Hi there – thanks for providing this. I’m not a blogger, but the lesson planner is perfect for some children I do home visits for as a speech pathologist. Any chance of getting the weekly page with 4 “Lesson” boxes instead of “theme of the week”, etc?? That would be perfect – I see 4 VERY different children!!

  79. This is great, I just started blogging and think this will definitely help me. Also I’m a Lefty Too, finally someone who gets there is a difference.

  80. Love this idea and plan to print off the printables!! Question: Would you consider selling the full booklet like you made for yourself through Etsy or something? I’d much rather buy the entire booklet already made than try to make one myself. That would be a great option for those of us short on time and a money-maker for you.

  81. Wow! Thank you for making this available for free. What a fantastic idea! I just started reading about planning blog posts. I suppose if I did that I would actually post more often. You are an inspiration!

  82. i can not download it can you please give another link or another way to make it or download it!
    I really love the idea!

  83. Can I just tell you how much I love you? I’ve been looking for a good blog planner for the past *two years* and I feel like I’ve tried everything with no perfect solution. As I’ve taken on more freelance work, I’ve found it harder and harder to keep myself organized and it was getting to be a real problem for me. I found this post the other day on Pinterest and I immediately started working on my own knock-off version of your planner. I’ve been using it for less than a week and I LOVE it. If you’d like to take a look at m version, I blogged about it today:

    Again: thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!

  84. Oh. Wow. I found this post and your blog a few days ago, and I am SO in love!!! Thank you for creating such a unique tool. And thank you even more for sharing it with all of us…your generosity is astounding! I’ve made a planner of my own. I’ve Facebooked about it, blogged about it, and Pinterest is next!! Here’s the post showing how I did mine if you’re interested in taking a peek… I added a couple of extra features…a pocket on the inside of the folder part, to hold cards I need to send out for the month, and a velcroed ribbon “strap” to hold the monthly calendar pages down when I open the book. Since I made a right-handed version, the monthly pages would move around every time I opened the front cover. And of course, the purple-loving hippie in me showed through on the cover design!

    Thank you for an awesome blog and an awesome idea.

  85. These are great thanks! My only wish is that on the calendar, that you add lines to the days since I tend to write crookedly if there are no lines…oh, also on the planner pages if you could put the option of lines on the planner page as well–perhaps templates with lines as well as your original ones without lines?

  86. this is a great idea! I know I’d love to see a blank for a 2 page display for a week. does that make sense? I’m a SAHM of 3 boys & a student, so the planners I find at the stores just don’t fit everything I need to put in my week. like when assignments are due, which kid has to be where at what time.

  87. I LOVE this, but i cannot download this. I click on it and it will not allow me to access this. Can you help?

  88. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I am a brand new blogger and I’ve been searching for a way to make some sense of all the ideas swirling around in my head. I so appreciate you making this available! Cheers!

  89. Thank you so much! What a creative and useful planner! I can relate to Jen, I have so many ideas and needed an avenue to organize and make sense of them.

  90. Lovely! I have an idea for another page – tracking giveaways. I need to design something that tracks the giveaway, prize, associated Facebook page and requirements (how many times to post or how many sites we have to promote it to). Maybe something about keeping track of numbers – how many FB fans at the beginning and end of the giveaway. I mention this since you already have a set of pages designed – if you want to do one for giveaways I could just come here and print a copy instead of designing one. (and it would benefit other bloggers like me who lose track of giveaways – I can’t be the only one, can I?)

  91. Thanks for this planner!! I have downloaded and plan to use it to make a file folder planner for a friend’s birthday. My plan is to attach the calendar with brads to the folder since there are just 12 pages and use rubber cement to make a pad with pages that peel off for the weekly pages. If I get my battery charged on my camera before her birthday, I will take a picture of it to post.

    On the previous post, I think Caysedai was talking about all of the giveaways she enters, not sponsors. On some of the blog hops, it starts getting confusing which have giveaways and when are the winners announced.

  92. WOW! I love what you have done and how you totally customized yet made this so simple. I’m going to try to adapt this for my homeschool planner. I think it will work great! Thanks so much for sharing this!

  93. Hey, I really like this! I was wondering, you mentioned you could change the wording on them. Any chance you could change the “friends to encourage” box to an inspirational quote/Passage from scripture box? Not that I don’t like to encourage friends but I think I would get more use out of it that way.

  94. Oh my gosh, I think you just saved my life. I am a new blogger and it is so easy to become overwhelmed! I have been telling myself to organize but just didn’t know where to start. Well, now I’ve found it. Thank you!

  95. Absolutely amazing blog planner! I made one very similar but for right handed people. I also couldn’t find anyone in my town that did spiral binding, so I took apart a spiral notebook and did it my self. lol Thanks for all your wonderful ideas!

  96. Thanks so much for this, I’m trying to get a handle on my blogging and be a bit more organised about it – printing now in progress 🙂

  97. Yay Beckie! Thank you so much for this great planner! I found this from Beth Hunter’s pin. AWESOME! Fits so perfectly into my current life! Thanks for being so brilliant! 🙂
    Virginia @ LiveLoveDIY

  98. Hey! Love these, but the link to download isn’t working. Can you e-mail the PDF’s to me?

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  100. I LOVE this idea. I’m always in search of the perfect calendar and spend a lot of money learning that I haven’t found it yet! I’m also having trouble with getting these pages to download. All my virus protection and malware guards are going nuts with the site where I need to download them. Several different programs have warned me that I’m trying to download malicious content that will harm my computer. I’m also wondering if you have these in PDF form that you could email out.


  101. This would be AMAZING for greek life!! have something for meetings, events, and projects. I personally would probably use a binder that I could reuse instead of going in and getting it made into one every time I needed a new one, that and it would make it possible to have separate planners for school and sorority in one binder! I’m and organization/calendar/planning out my life crazy lol this really just made my day!

  102. I tried to download your files, but 4Shared wouldn’t let me into my account or when I tried to create a new account I couldn’t do that either. 🙁

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  104. This is so great – thanks a million! Now to organize my Facebook thoughts, Etsy treasury planning, newsletter ideas…THANKS!

  105. Awesome, thanks! Now I just need to figure out how to make a snazzy binder cover page and spine label to match!! 😉


  106. Beckie, thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for creating this blog planner. I’m a newbie blogger, and know this organizational tool will be fantabulous for me to use. For some reason though, I’m having trouble downloading it, and would appreciate it greatly if you would please email it to me instead. BTW, I found this post and your blog via Pinterest, thank goodness! 🙂

  107. This is an awesome planner! Very creative with the tear off pad and the file folder to keep the weekly pages. I’m going to adapt this for my lesson plan book for next year. Thanks!

  108. Hi- I love this and will be adapting it for my yearbook students. They need a way to track progress on spreads and sales goals.

    I too am having trouble downloading this, can you email to me as well?



  109. PLEASE make these and sell them on Etsy ((for a reasonable price of course 😉 )) I really want this planner! It’s JUST what I need!! However, I am not a crafty person. I would have no clue where to get the materials and how to make them look cute, or assemble it in a way that it would work as perfect as yours. Mine would end up looking like a big clash-y mess! haha I would also love to use something like this as a giveaway! What blogger would not LOVE to win a blogging planner??

    Mrs. Wilson’s World

  110. Thanks for the printables. I have a goal to get more intentional in my blogging and was looking for something to help. I am going to give your system a try and I will let you know how it works out.

  111. Hi, I love this! I tweaked it to fit a book blog and made one for myself. It is working out great! Do you mind if I do a post on my blog and link back to this? All credit will be to you.

  112. I blog and I found this from pinterest. Instead of using a notebook you could use a binder, then you can start with a few then print more as you need them. For the calendar you could just print one and put it in a slip cover that has the holes in it for binders then you just erase it every month, unless you want to keep track of what you did each month

  113. This is just what I needed! I am a little all over the place with projects and blogging. I have scraps of paper everywhere and I’ll head to the store to pick up a few items and forget something! Thank you so much for all your work in putting this together and sharing it! It’s functional and pretty!

  114. Here is another idea to incorporate if you would like to customize further. I use this format to track monthly bills : l.E……

    Monthly Bills (list them)

    Item Amount Due Date Paid

    Rent 250.00 01/01/10 12/28/09

    Utilities 175.00 01/10/10

    Note Pmt. 125.00 01/25/10 01/23/10

    Cable 53.00 01/01/10

    Car Insurance etc.

    Visa etc.

    Pharmacy etc.

    This comes in handy when I need to confirm whether I have/or have not made payment.

    Since I am responsible for paying the bills, this helps me stay on top of things. As the bills arrive, I add them to the list. And as I pay them it keeps me from needless searching for paperwork. I then file with other records.

  115. This is awesome Beckie! I almost bought a pre-printed planner at Target the other day for my blog, and I’m so glad that I waited. I plan by the project too so I love how you’ve laid this out. And what a genius idea to include the file folder flap for your week pages to go under after they are over. Love that! Thanks so much for sharing this! 🙂

  116. Thank you so much for the planner pages! My sister and I have discussed how we need to blog for our business. This will help us get started in planning it and hopefully motivate us to start writing and post online soon! I’m also interested in learning how the tear-off part works.

  117. Did you watch the video Mandy? That is the best way I can explain it. I don’t know how to put it into words that is why I made the video. I hope that helps.

  118. Love the blog planner! Thank you for sharing it!! I just started blogging in March. This will really help me keep organized and plan better!

  119. how about one for students? A week-at-a-glance on one page with maybe subjects in the little boxes on the other side..

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  121. LOVE this idea and a big THANK you for making this available to the “poor up and coming” bloggers :0). Youe site is a wealth of all kinds of info. Enjoy the day!!

  122. Thank you so much for posting this, I’ve been trying to figure out a way to organise my filofax for my blog needs without even really knowing WHAT I need.

    Why adapt something when what you’ve provided is pretty much perfect? Thank you so much again.

  123. Hey I really love this! Is there any way that you can do one like this for a school planner? I’m in college and I don’t do well with plain planners. Thanks a bunch

  124. In the big boxes can you put Class #1, #2, #3 In the two small boxes in the bottom can you put Upcoming Tests and Upcoming Project due dates or something like that?

  125. I think you are my long lost sister…. as a lefty this makes so much sense on top of being project minded too. I wonder if it is a left handed thing. anyways thank you so much.

  126. I love your planner pages! I was wondering if you could change the headings in the weekly page for me. I work in the school setting and love what you have created. I currently use a generic calendar with sticky notes all over it!

  127. Hey! I loveee this! I was wondering if you could do a weekly planning sheet that a college girl could use. maybe a school section, work section, and a life section? And maybe a special day box for events of the week? anything really would be awesome. I just always need a planner! Thanks. (:

  128. You can email me the changes you want to the wording in the box but I can’t change the actually format of the boxes.

  129. thanks so much for this. Printing it out right now, looking forward to putting it together. I’m new to blogging and sometimes am discouraged because i feel overwhelmed with what to do and fall behind, but this is definitely going to help! Here’s to a well organized new year 🙂

  130. Thanks a lot..I need to write things down also. New to blogiing and I have too many ideas swirling in my head and needed something to get organized!

  131. Hi i Love what you have done here!!! I was trying to customize it a little more towards what i need but i was wondering if you could tell me what font you used!?!?!? Thank you!

  132. Thank you so much for this idea. I am a Speech therapy asst. that works in schools and private practice and this is perfect for me. I did make my own sheets that worked better for my job (since I’m not an awesome blogger) Took it to office max and now everyone I know wants one! I tell them to check out my pin so that they can see your tutorial. THANKS AGAIN!!

  133. A friend pointed me your way after MANY emails back and forth about how unorganized I am with my blogging. I got teary (sappy, I know!) because this is perfect for me.

    As a leftie, I echo everything everyone else has been saying about the binders, working “backwards”, etc. — and you truly did think of everything … and I cannot wait to print and make my own.

    It’s going to change my life — really and truly. Thanks Beckie!

  134. What an awesome idea! I am not a blogger but this idea has a lot of potential for other uses. I tend to get multiple projects going and this would definitely help keep me organized. Thanks for sharing!

  135. Thank you for sharing!!!! I am new to blogging and this will help me so much!!!
    I love your site by the way 🙂

  136. Just saw this on Pinterest. Thanks for the great idea. I have tried to get started blogging. It’s been hard. Maybe having a little notebook will help me to actually post some of my great ideas.



  137. I just did this today! It rocks… and you rock… and hopefully, now, I, too, can rock…

    Thank you for this, Beckie!

  138. I love this! Would you be able to do a template for a student planner? Maybe with a box for a to-do list, upcoming deadlines, events, that sort of thing?

  139. I am in L O V E with these. Thank you so much for making them.

    My only suggestion is flipping the page for a righty. But other then that I think that you did a fab job!


  140. Oh wow! I love creating my own planners and yours definitely fits my style so much! The half-folder calendar panel is a P-E-R-F-E-C-T solution for keeping one section visible every week as you flip the weeks. Thank you!

  141. Karen. This has helped me stay on track daily:) with all the projects and things running around in my head I would never stay focused {giggle}

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  143. Love the planner!!! I blog and work also along with a zillion other things so this will really help! I have not found a planner that worked for me, so have put one together with your printables and a couple other sites. I did blog about it over here: and did link back to your page so they could see the pages that way.
    Thanks again!! Love it!

  144. Wow! This was amazing for me. I´m lefthanded as well, so I´m gonna use it daily. Thank you so much for sharing!

  145. I just came across this and I can’t wait to print it and get started. I am a lefty too, so hopefully this organization will work better for me than other things I have tried. Thank you for sharing this awesome tool.

  146. These are amazing! Thank you so much – I am so excited to put together my new organizer. Have you ever thought of making one for meal planning? So boxes for 7 different meals (ie. projects) then a special shopping list for those meals? That is just about the only thing that my organizer will be missing! 😉

  147. Hi Beckie! Thank you for the great tutorial. I am a little confused on how you created the tearpad. Would you be able to either take a closer picture or provide a few more details? Thanks again!

  148. You can take it to Office Depot or any other office supply placee and they can do it for you. All I did was cut the sides down to the lines and then they put some padding compound at the top and then I attached that to the fie folder fold out. I hope that helps. Did you watch that video? That might help too.

  149. Hey! These pages are great and I love the Stay At Home Mom one but I was curious is you could make a blank one and change some of the wording. If this is possible it would be great! Instead of “Friends to Encourage” could you do another “Shopping List” and instead of “Ideas” could you do “Appointments” as a running list like “To Do”. Thanks so much and again, these pages are amazing and I love your blog, so glad I found it!

  150. This is amazing! I am a person who loves to be organized and this is wayyy better than my spiral notebook I’ve been using!

    Thank you for offering it for free too! 🙂

  151. Would you mind making me a custom side with the things to do? I love the design but I would just need it changed a bit to better fit my lifestyle. I think I read that you would do that. Please let me know by email! I love this and hope you can make it!
    I cannot wait to use this. If you can’t I will just print it off and white it out! Let me know! Thanks again.


  152. This is new to me, so I hope that I am following the correct protocol. I was also wondering I have a section of the planner edited to fit my planning needs.

    I am not sure if I need to tell you what I would like in the comment section or if you will email me for my requests.

    I hope I do hear from you because I really like the planner, I just need a couple of things edited for my busy life.


  153. Thank you so much! I almost bought another calendar to use for a blog calendar! Such a creative way to keep track of what I want/need to do. Awesome awesome awesome!!

  154. Thank you so much for making this planner available to us for free. I have begun to feel a little overwhelmed by my blogging, so much so, I have designated this a week of renewal and prayer. I need to take care of my household and me, to be that Prov. 31 wife I feel God calls me to be. I am going to try the calendar for the next 2 months to see if this is what I need for the year 2013. I am committed to blogging. It is more than something I want to do. It is a calling and a ministry, which I am so blessed to have, because I have been house-bound so much. If you find the time, please read my blog for Nov. 5, 2012 and pray for me. My husband is a minister of music, so it easy for the Enemy to just pile the guilt on me more when I miss church, which is a lot. People who have Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome probably understand, but I doubt many people at church do. And I feel like such a stranger with so many of them, because the whole time we have been here, I have been sick.

  155. I realize that I’m months late to this party, but I just had to say a huge THANK YOU for sharing this! I’ve been using a big old letter-sized monthly/weekly planner + a notebook for all my ideas, and this will save me from having to haul around (and locate!) two things every time I have a brainstorm. LOVE it! Much appreciated! 🙂

  156. Honey this is just awesome!!!!
    And EXACTLY what I have been needing desperately for so long now…

    Thank you from the bottom of my heart sweetie… your generosity of spirit in sharing these is wonderful..


  157. Thank you so so much for sharing such a gem of a book. I have looked for something like this for a long time. Also how you used a folder like that, was so cool and smart! Cant wait to get started on making this planner 🙂

  158. I just tried downloading the pdf file and it wants me to sign up for the website it is hosted on. Do I need to do this or am I missing something?

  159. Thank you for such a timely idea, I am a absent blogger…just getting back to posting. Your planner ideal will help me greatly. Love the blog and pinned the idea.

  160. Is it possible to share a revised lesson plan design? The one that’s there is distorted. Thank you!

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  162. What the HECK?! I just saw you at the hangout with Court a few hours ago, and just now I was googling “free planners for bloggers” and lo and behold…I saw your face in the search results and thought, “Hey! I recognize her…”

    So…uh…can I be on your blogroll =P haha, sorry, couldn’t resist…

    Anyways, I had no idea “planners for bloggers” even existed, so I’m very happy to see this page. I’ll have to try it out. Thanks for making such a great resource and making it available for free!

    Aloha, Chris

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  164. {ggigle} Hi Chris, thanks for watching the hangout and I love your story. I want you to think I am everywhere. MWAHAHAHH..enjoy the planner, it saved my life.

  165. Thank you so much for making your blog planner available to your readers–and for free! I just started blogging (as in, last week), so any resources like this are truly appreciated.

    Also, I watched your Google Hangout last night. So much great information! I am going to watch it again, and take lots of notes this time. Can’t wait for the next one! 🙂

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  167. Hi Becky –

    Hopping over from Southern Hospitality. Thanks for sharing this awesome planner. I’ve got scraps of paper all over my desk for blogging ideas and to-do lists. So something like this would be helpful. Have you thought about saving your planners from year-to-year for children to look through one day and see a ‘year-in-the-life’. Design Mom’s Gabby wrote a post the other day and linked to her her friend Emily who wrote about finding her mother’s day planner from 1967 (i think). It was a really beautiful post and I was just as intriqued as she was to read through a day in the life of this busy mom in the 60’s. Here’s Gabby’s post:

  168. Beckie, thank you for sharing this! I made one and had it put together today at my neighborhood UPS store. It was a challenge to explain how to put it together, but in the end it turned out really well and looks great! I can’t wait to get organized. Happy Holidays!

  169. What a great idea! I am going to use your calendar, but the weekly one I’ll have to design one suitable for my weeks. Thanks for the inspiration!
    Debbie 🙂

  170. LOVE THIS! Going into my second year of blogging, I’ve recently started trying to organize my info, but it’s been loose pieces of paper here and there with some listed on the computer. After reading this I’ve designed my own pages to meet my needs and plan to put them in a three-ring notebook for now, as I plan to add the pages needed as I go along. You are a doll for sharing this with us! Mary

  171. I saw this on Pinterest and it is just what I have been looking for! I am planner challenegdd and vowed to have only one planner that I can customize…and have not found just what I wanted until today. I am changing my focus this year to be more daily devotional directed – starting with my blogs.

    I love the blank versions (will customize with my art), but wonder if you could make two changes to the weekly page. Could you change the text in the two blocks at the bottom to read “Quiet Time” and “RAK” (no quotation marks) instead of Weekly Stats and Blogger to Encourage? Then it would be more than perfect. I am going ahead and print the calendar sheets and make my chipboard covers (also making one for my BFF as a roommate gift for a conference we are going to next week!).

    Thanks in advance for your generosity! I am now a follower and look forward to seeing you in my reader everyday. Blessings, Diane

  172. Hi, I just began writing a blog and I wanted to start off with some structure and here you are! Thank you so much and greetings from Nuremberg, Germany

  173. Thanks so so much for sharing this. It’s reaally useful and lovely. This year is the year of finally becoming organized, I declare! 🙂

  174. Hi Beckie,
    I love your template. I am a college student and i love this idea to organize my schedule and assignments. If you could let me know how to change the template at all of if you have any ideas i would greatly appreciate it. Thank you, Kelsey

  175. I love this template, and I love that i cant look at the entire calendar as well as maybe a weekly planner. I would also appreciate if you could help me make one for college!
    thanks so much!!!

  176. Hi! Are you still interested in helping with more personalized versions of this? I like the SAHM planner, but am looking for something more geared towards Direct Sales. I’d love a copy of the files to work on and am happy to credit you back of course! My email is listed here. I’ve also pinned this to share your awesome freebies!!!! Thank You & have a blessed day!

  177. Thank you so much, I’m new to blogging and a little overwhelmed. This is helping me get organized. You Rock!!! I would like to add this to my blog and link it to you. Is that ok?

  178. Thank you so much for sharing… It’s nice to come across stuff made by left handed people! ^.^

  179. Oh thank you so much! This is sooo going to help. I am just getting started blogging but things can get overwhelming fast. Love this!

  180. I love, love, love this planner! I’ve just started a new party blog and need a project planner like this to keep track of all the shopping, bakings, crafts and photography for each party. This is exactly what I needed to focus on each thing separately but still see the big picture.

    Thank you so much for sharing this with us – and for free! You rock.

  181. Oh, Mercy, Deborah! You and I are exactly alike! It is so hard if you have been active in the church and now this illness just robs you of be able to fellowship with fellow saints. I will be holding you up in prayer and I pray this planner is working for you. May the LORD fill you with HIS Perfect Peace. Many Hugs and Much Love, Leesa

  182. Hello,

    I have been searching for a planner for my daughter. She is the mother of a very busy 4 year old, she is a college student and she is a Sales Rep with a very large sales territory. If you could come up with something for her, I would be so so grateful!

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  184. I love this idea! You brought my two favorite things together: Blogging and FREE! This is so perfect for me as I am trying to take the next steps and further my blog, and I love DIY (even if it’s semi-DIY) So thank you SO so much for putting these PDF’s together. I think my life just got a whole lot easier! Virtual high five to you, Beckie! 😀

  185. I am a leftie and a blogger – this means your organizer is going to be really useful for me! I’ve never been able to find a satisfactory planner, yours might just be the one, thank you so much for making it available 🙂

  186. This is so amazing!! I am a college student and I am looking for a planner like this but they don’t really make good ones like this. Could you specialize this or college students? Thanks.

  187. I absoloutly LOVE your blog! this is awesome for me, but i have one request… can you make the to do longer, ideas smaller, and change one of the post ideas to list? thank you so much! i absolutly love the backgrount you chose!

  188. Thank you so much for creating these planner pages and for sharing them with the world. I posted a review of them on my blog to share with my readers. You are a blessing to us all.

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  190. Thank You! It has been on my heart for sometime now to begin a blog of my own. I have felt a little overwhelmed by it though, but now armed with this I believe I can do it. I really believe I found you for a reason. Thanks again!

  191. VERY cool. Thanks for this! I heard your recent podcast interview and you are officially my inspiration. I love your approach, thoroughness and dedication to both the front-end and back-end of your blog.

    I’m also left-handed (which, as a guy, might explain why I’m starting a crafting blog… guys in this niche aren’t so common) and need something real-world to remind me to keep writing and get ORGANIZED instead of “This is cool, I’ll write about this today!!”. I installed a plug-in and barely use it.

  192. Completely AWESOME!!! I am a new blogger and tried using electronic means to jot down my ideas. Then tried paper but could never find anything that summed up what I wanted. And then I found you!!! You are AWESOME, thank you. And I will be featuring this on my blog in an upcoming post.

  193. Thank you for this Becky!

    I’d like to hire you as a BlogSultant (Blog Consultant) I just made that up btw LOL! Anyway I would really like to chat with you and YES hire you to help me through the Blogosphere.

    My LOVE is the DIY/Craft niche, alas it is saturated by such great talent, that I have no idea now what to do? Plus, I’m a “Fifty Something” RN and I find most bloggers are so much younger than me, I’m wondering if I’m to late?

    Thank you for being such an upbeat, open inspiration!
    (and I have no idea why my Gravatar doesn’t show)

  194. I’m having trouble downloading the teacher planners you made for your readers. I can download the blogger planners, so I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated! I can’t wait to download and use these wonderful planners!

  195. Hey Beckie, Thank you for creating these! I only printed out 2-3 months worth to put in a 3 ring binder, so I don’t get ahead of myself (that could be dangerous!!) But I really think they’re going to help. It has all the right spaces for all of the info I’ve been jotting down on scratch paper, calenders too small, etc… I’ll be back to print more once I’ve successfully used these up. Oh, and having your blog colors on those pages adds that little extra inspiration!! Thanks again ~ Amy

  196. Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant! I’m a long-time planner junkie, and this fits perfect for helping to plan my new blog!

  197. Shortly after having posted my comment, I installed a plug-in which effectively destroyed my site. Yea! It’s back up if you still wish to take a quick peek. Would love any feedback! I didn’t have the back-ups I do now, so it’s a fresh start. My goal is to create a resource for me (baaaaaaaad memory) and my customers in my store. LOVE your new craft room, by the way. Makes me sick with jealously, but I love it anyway.

  198. I am about to make the jump to free WordPress blog to self-hosted “I hope to monetize it in the future” full on website and I’ve been searching for a planner to help me organize all the thoughts that are tumbling around inside my head.
    As soon as I read that you were a leftie too– well, I was sold…lol.
    Thank you for offering the free planner! Off to staples now to get it bound!

  199. Well, I don’t know about brilliant, but I’ll take it! Ha! I’m so glad you can use the planner and hope it’s a help. 🙂

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  201. Hey!! I LOVE THIS PLANNER!! I was wondering if I could get you to change one block for me on the weekly planner. I wanted to change it from Blogs To Encourage to Shops To Encourage.

  202. Hi,

    This is great! Thank you for sharing! Could you email me a copy of the “Lesson Planner Design” file? I can’t seem to download it from the site?

    Thank you a million times!

  203. I am so excited you made this specifically for being left handed!! I am left handed and even though I have adapted its still nice to once in a while find something done with lefties in mind.

    I actually found this a couple years (?) ago but never went anywhere with it…. I am hoping to fine something to help me make a planner specifically for my needs… This is a great start for me. Thanks 🙂

  204. Hi, I’m trying to print the blank calendar on left and right side of the paper. When i mess around with the page settings, i can get the calendar to be on the left side only. Is it possible to get the calendar on both sides? I have a 5.5 x 8.5 (half sheet) planner, and i’m organizing mine on the left side so i can write without the rings in the way.

    Thank you,


  205. What a great planner! I have so many ideas in my head when it comes to blogging on my site, but struggle with finding the time to actually blog about them. Love the stats box!

  206. Hi Beckie,

    Love your planner. I wondered if you would be able to customise one for me. I am a school librarian for 4 – 11 year olds in a school in the UK. The planner would be perfect. I would keep the To Do side as it is but would like to change the three large boxes and two small boxes:


    Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar:


    Storyteller Choices: Competitions:

    Would that be possible, please?

  207. I found this on Pinterest, but the link was to a site that had linked back to you. I pinned directly to your site. Love it! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity.

  208. This is awesome! Organization does not come naturally for me, yet I LOVE planners! I started making my own homeschool planners because I ended up with tons of pages I never used. I can just include what I know I will use and leave out the rest. I have been blogging for a few years, mostly as a hobby, but recently started a new blog with the hopes of making it profitable, since I’m a SAHM. I’ve been jotting things down in a notebook, but can never find it easily so I searched on pinterest for blog planners. I found several, but kept coming back to this one. I’m designing my own pages to coordinate with my blog design, but I absolutely love the design of this planner so I’m copying that! I’m not a lefty though, and having trouble visualizing how to put it together opposite of what you have LOL. It would be awesome if you put together a step-by-step picture tutorial showing how you put it together before getting it bound. Thanks so much for this, I know I have to be more organized with my blogging to make it work like I’d like and I really think this will help me accomplish that goal!

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  211. Love it! So often I’ve found what I thought would be a great planner only to end up frustrated. You really hit it with the fact that a lot of us plan based on project and not on a 9 to 5 process. I only had one technical glitch in trying to print out the pages. I downloaded everything and when I hit the print button all I got was blank paper. I suspect it’s me (and my love/hate relationship with technology) and will give it another go later. Thanks for sharing your work!

  212. I am glad you liked the planner, Christiana. It has been so helpful for me. If you continue to have printing problems, please let me know, and I will see what I can do to help.

  213. I saw your fantastic planner on “Not Your Mother’s Genealogy Blog. I hope to take your idea and adapt it to my own “project work” style. I also didn’t know that the spiral binding is so inexpensive. Thanks a bunch!

  214. Thank you my goal for 2014 is more organized but more importantly more focused. Will let you know how it goes.

  215. This was incredibly helpful! I am just starting to get my feet wet in the blogging pool and have been looking for the right organizational tools to keep me on track. Thank you so much for sharing what works for you

  216. I love this!!!! You seem to get us creative, kinesthetic people. I will be downloading and printing tomorrow! Thanks again.

  217. I love this organizer, and I think I could really get a lot of use out of it. But this 4shared website that you have the download on is horrible. It took me five minutes, and downloading some other browser, to finally figure out how to get a hold of the file itself. (It’s a testament to how much I want the file, because I wouldn’t normally spend so much time fiddling with it!) And now it’s trying to get me to download more stuff that I don’t want, and create an account on their site. Their advertising-circus of a website – I can just imagine all the spam they want to send me when they get a hold of my email address! I apologize, I don’t mean to be so negative, your blog looks so lovely, and the printable pages are gorgeous and helpful! But I think I’ll just make my own rather than go through that awful site. Thanks so much for sharing the images and the ideas – I love the way you have them sorted out by projects. Why didn’t I think of that before?? Feel free to delete this comment after you’ve read it. I only meant to share my thoughts with you.

  218. I am so happy I found this! I like that you have project ideas spaces instead of days and a spot to keep track of stats. We must think alike! So perfect, thank you!
    ~Katie from Sugar Spice and Sparkle

  219. Hi Beckie. Thank you so much. Your blog planner is beautiful. I just downloaded it and will start off the new month with using it. I think it will definitely help me stay on track. I just followed you on Twitter and liked your FB Page. Thanks, again! Debra

  220. I am in the very beginning stages of entering the blog world and while I really am excited about doing it, it does all seem overwhelming! Thank you for these printouts (and for making them free!) as a way to get my thoughts down on paper. One thing you mentioned was that, even though you already have a blog, you were working on getting a Facebook page. That was encouraging also! I was feeling all of the ducks had to be in row before I started! So encouraging! Thank you!

  221. Thank you so much for this!! I am teacher and have been trying to create a planner that helps me keep the month and the week organized all in one place!! And now Thanks to you I have figured it out your AWESOME!!!!!!!!

  222. Thank you so much for sharing something that clearly took you some time to create. I appreciate it so much. I can’t imagine you used to personalize these for people for free too. You definitely are a kind person.

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