Have a look at the full blog planner flip through below.
I used the charting monthly page to add my colour codes to the pages to see the posts at a glance. So far it is working perfectly and is much better than last years Blog Planning System as I can clearly see when and what I have posted on the tracker.
Finally I use the actual planner pages to plan the content for my blog and You Tube channel and when specific deadlines are for filming, editing, writing and uploading. I add a simple bullet journal box for started, completed and finished to track when I have completed the posts.
In addition to this I have stuck with last years system of logging my blog stats and setting goals at the end of each month for my blog, You Tube and social media. You can see more about this here:
Blog Planning, Organisation and Productivity
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My Word of the Year 2018
My chosen word for myself is:
I made a page in my journal with the key points I want for my year ahead and will use these whenever I am feeling down or losing focus. It will be easier to stop what I am doing for 5 minutes to do something that makes me happy before continuing with whatever the task in hand is. Hopefully it might teach me to say no more often and get me stop and take stock.
2018 Planner Setup
You can see a flip through from the summer of my Uglydori planner here
Travelers Notebook Setup & Planner Flip Through
Make sure that you have a read of the other girls fantastic blog posts as part of the
'Planner Girls Collective', click the bottom of each post to go to the next persons blog post xx
What's your planner system for 2018 going to be? Let me know in the comments and if you have decided on a Word/Words of the Year for the year ahead.
Take Care and Happy 2018,
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