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Get Organised: Free Blogger Organiser Printables

Thursday, 5 January 2017
With a new year comes the compulsive need to get organised. I always vow that this is the year that I am going to get my crap together and be super organised with my blog and it has been met with varied success in the past. At about this time last year though, I created a weekly blog post planner sheet that I could use to plan out posts and track my progress so I know exactly what I still have left to do. Personalising it to my needs was so perfect for me and it has really helped to keep me on top of my blog. Considering that success, I decided to do a bunch of printables to basically create my own personal planner and I wanted to share them with you.

I really assessed the sorts of regular tasks, milestones, events and ideas I need to track with my blog on a regular basis and created a bunch of pages to help me plan out every little detail.

 
You can choose one or all of the following to download and use:
  • Weekly Planner
  • Weekly To Do List
  • Post Ideas 
  • Username & Password Log
  • Monthly Planner
  • Monthly Goals
  • Income Tracker
  • Expense Tracker
  • Income vs Expenses
  • Follower and Analytics Tracker
  • Contact List
Together these can help to plan blog posts in advance, keep on top of scheduling and also display really value information like follower and analytic changes as well as a comparison of expenses and income. I even created them with my blog fonts and colours which makes me all kind of happy to see everything co-ordinated. Personally, I plan to put them all in a binder so I can arrange everything month by month with all the relevant pages but for the longest time though I just printed a new Weekly Planner each week when I was planning my posts. Basically, you can use them however you like! Also, if you have some time on your hands, you may even want to use these as inspiration to create your own blogger organiser system just like I did. It was time consuming but pretty fun and I know I'm going to get tons of use out of them.
As promised, I have made them freely available to you as a public Dropbox folder: just click the little Dropbox icon above. I figured this would be the easiest way to maintain the high quality versions for you to use. They are saved as JPEG images because again, that seemed simple so you can easily print them out and start using them right away. If you have any troubles at all, don't hesitate to send me an email at rosy.disposition92@gmail.com and I can even direct email them to you. Also remember that these are for your own personal use. Please don't redistribute them without crediting me but by all means, share this post if you think any of your friends might like to use them. 

I hope you enjoy these organiser pages and that they help you plan things out a bit better this year. I can't wait to use mine and hopefully get my blog running like a well oiled machine in 2017!
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