I recently started an editorial calendar on the excellent advice of another blogger. She does a big wall one, which isn’t practical for me. (You can check out her post here, though, if it sounds like it might be better for you).
I do volunteer work at a shelter, and during downtime there (the little there is), I work on my website. So I need my planner with me at all times!
I have to have a paper one. I just do. Hence my coming up with these weekly planners. Yes, I designed multiple ones in case you like one more than the other. (Plus, for some reason, everyone seems to love printables. Seriously….I’m still shocked by their popularity.) Though after testing out multiple electronic ones….I can see why paper is better.
**Question: What kind of planner do you use? & are you happy with it?
As always, with templates: should you want a template in a different format, please contact me, and I’ll see what I can do. Also, if you need/are looking for a certain template that isn’t available, let me know. Printables available in pdf and png below (as I know some print better than others on different printers/computers).
Check out the “Printables” pages for all the free printables on this sites! I have meal planners, cleaning checklists, safe cooking temperatures, & more (you can also visit the sub-pages).
This is for those who need specific times blocked out on their schedule. The day runs from 6:00 am to 11:00 pm. I really hope you’re getting at least 7 hours of sleep! haha.
This is the one I use. I know, I know…boring. but the columns works great for me. The first is for actual appt. times. I put daily menu right under the day name (aka: Sunday). The second column I list blog to-do’s, such as blog hops, etc. The third column is normal life to-do’s, such as cat flea medicine and taking out the trash.
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