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2015 Weekly Blog Planner – FREE!

Hi everyone! Last week I released my new  2015 Colorful Blog Planner! I’ve had a bunch of requests to update a 2015 Weekly Blog Planner as well, so here you go!

This was a specific requests from a few readers who really prefer to plan their blogs on a weekly basis instead of seeing a whole month at a time.

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–> Click here to download the 2015 Weekly Blog Planner FREE! <–

 

As you can see I went with a weekly layout for this planner and added some extra info on the opposing page. It includes blog statistics, websites and inspiration, post ideas and notes, tweets, pinterest pins, and additional notes.

Although this planner does have a 2015 year at a glance, it doesn’t have any dates so you can print and use as needed no matter what year it is!

Print & Assemble:

After downloading, print the planner by printing the odd pages starting with page 1. Then flip the pages and print the even pages on the backs.

Next take the document to the Office Supply store and have them spiral bind it. I spent $3.50 for the coil and a clear front cover and white back cover for my planner. This just makes it more durable and holds it together beautifully!

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The Insides:

As you can see if you print the planner front to back, you’ll end up with your weekly calendar on one side and the monthly notes and other information on the opposing side.

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This new planner also includes several pages for giveaways & reviews…

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Blog advertisers and sponsors…

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And pages at the back for general brainstorming and note taking.

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–> Click here to download the 2015 Weekly Blog Planner FREE! <–

I hope you enjoy this planner, as always feel free to send improvements and suggestions to me via email. I can’t promise I’ll be able to attend to all requests, but if it is something that would be useful to most bloggers I will do my best to update the planner!

Happy blogging!

7 Comments

  • sunnyshine December 30, 2014 at 11:54 am

    Could you tell us what format this is in? My personal preference would be a Word document so that I could add in subject titles and such that we do. Looks beautiful!

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    • sunnyshine December 30, 2014 at 11:56 am

      I meant this to be under the lesson planning planner, not the blog. Oops.

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    • erica December 30, 2014 at 3:56 pm

      Hi,
      It’s in PDF format, so you will print it then write on it. It’s currently not available in an editable format.

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  • Stephanie Olmsted January 2, 2015 at 4:27 am

    Could I bring this to an office store to be printed for my own personal use to save on ink in printer? I would love to have it all printed and bound like yours. Thanks!

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  • Molly January 7, 2015 at 9:12 pm

    What a useful and generous freebie! Thank you and Happy New Year!

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  • Stephanie Forsyth November 3, 2015 at 8:29 am

    Will the 2016 version be available soon? I’m already filling up for December and will be wanting to move on to scheduling out spring – your calendar is invaluable! 🙂

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