Happy New Year my friend!! I have a very exciting gift for you today, a FREE printable blog planner! But before I dive into that, I have to tell you how glad I am to be visiting with you today! I’m not sure if you tried to stop by the blog over the break, but, my site was down for about 9 days which in the virtual world felt like 9 years to me. My host suffered some kind of problem and was down for an extended period of time. Despite the fact that I thought I had backup plans in case of an emergency like that, this showed me the flaws in my plan. I am in the midst of setting up new backup options and am looking forward to sharing all my hard-earned advice with you very soon in case you have a blog too and want to try to protect yourself from similar situations. But, that’s for another day. Today I am sharing something that I’m quite excited about! Several years ago I began using a blog planner to help me be more specific with how I prepare my posts and I saw it help my blog grow and improve.
This year when looking around for a planner I had trouble finding one that had the look and feel that I wanted. For me, the style and appearance of the planner is extremely important because I want all my creative juices flowing. So, in typical me fashion, I decided to make my own and then share it with you! There are 133 pages of yummy, planning goodness all with a gorgeous vintage inspired floral theme that I hope you will enjoy.
You can download your FREE version of this printable here as a .zip file. Inside the file you will find the printable PDF and an instruction sheet with tips on how I printed and assembled mine. Please note this is FREE for PERSONAL USE only. You are welcome to share about this on social media or your own site as long as you link back here. Please do not upload this to your site and have readers download it from you.
Don’t forget to Pin it! Here’s a handy Pinterest image in case you want to share the love ♥!
This planner is filled with lots of worksheets, calendars, and tips to help you grow your blog. I recommend printing the pages on your home printer (to save $$) and then taking it to a professional print shop (like Staples) to have it spiral bound. Staples bound mine for me which I why I suggest them, but anywhere that does spiral binding will be great, I’m sure. I also found these cute glitter tabs at Staples which I love – they add a nice extra bit of glam to the planner. They are by Studio C. I can’t find them online so check your local store to see if they have them in stock.
I truly hope this is a blessing to you and that 2016 will be your best blogging year yet!! Let’s get planning!