I just did a Plan With Me for St. Patrick’s Day and now it’s time for Easter already! I hope you like this spread. It is super cute and I made the polka-dot stickers myself!
I thought I’d start out this post by sharing the blogger specific pages that I created in My Creative Blog Planner that will keep you on track and boost your blog.
I start every month with a Monthly Blog Goal(s) sheet. It breaks this/these goal(s) down into an Action Plan with Deadline(s).
Some goals I have are to organize the collaboration I have planned. Make polish. Start experimenting with soap, candles, bath bombs and bath salts. And get my Google Analytics fixed.
Following that are the Month-at-a-Glance and Week-at-a-Glance pages which I have shown you and will show you more of with the stickers that go with them. Then comes a page for tracking guest posters you have on your blog and guest posts you are writing for other blogs. Followed by a page for tracking ads you have on your blog and ads you place on other blogs for your blog or store.
All blogger should keep a record of their stats and this next page makes it easy. It has space to write down all of your Google Analytic numbers as well as your social media numbers. Since it is a good idea to update your Media Kit based on this information you might want to put a copy of it in your planner at the end of each month as a kind of record.
Next is a weekly and monthly checklist of things to do to keep your blog up to date. The bookmark acts as the daily checklist. Some examples of checklist items are: backup everything, clean out email inbox and reschedule old posts.
The next two pages are for tracking blog income and expenses. I have provided you with a pocket page for keeping receipts.
Every blog has a newsletter. The next page is for planning newsletters for the blog and thinking on paper about what should be included in them.
The next page is for tracking giveaways and reviews. There isn’t a lot of room, but I offer extra pages for all these blog oriented pages. Some people do a giveaway every week and some do multiple reviews.
The final set of pages are just a couple of lined sheets for brainstorming blog posts. Everybody has their own process, so I decided not to force any one style of organizing on you. Please use these pages to sketch, write inspiration or doodle. Whatever works for you!
There is more to this planner, but I’ll save that for another day. For now let’s get into the Easter spread! Here are the stickers I made…
There is the Easter week packet and some extra To Do stickers in teal, green and pink.
I started by laying down the headers and the checklist flags. I have noticed that the Silhouette Cameo isn’t always exact on it cuts so I’m going so start making the stickers a little bigger than the cut so you don’t get a white line around them sometimes.
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