Good morning fellow bloggers!  If you’re looking for a colorful, and complete blog planner, look no further. It’s that time of year again… and the new 2015 Blog Planner has arrived! YAY!

And it’s FREE! Double YAY!

And also, what the heck?

Where did 2014 go? Has anyone seen it?

I must’ve been busy homeschooling, because I think I missed it.

Thankfully I filled out my 2014 Blog Planner, so I can look back and see that I actually did do some serious blogging this year, which makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

So if you’re ready to get going for the new year, keep reading!




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



Print & Assemble:

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

I print on a light weight cardstock, just to give the planner a little more durability. It also keeps the ink from bleeding through when writing on both sides.

Next take the printed sheets to your Office Supply store and have them spiral bind it. I spent about $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!


The Insides:

Each month has statistic sheets as well as a monthly view layout where you can list all of your blog posts.  If you print double sided like I suggest, you’ll end up with your monthly calendar on one side and the notes and other information for that month on the opposing side.


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



Blog advertisers and sponsors…



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



Click the image below to download your free 2015 Blog Planner now!




Weekly Blog Planner:
For those of you who prefer a weekly view, I also have a free weekly blog planner here.

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.



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 everyone!


  1. Thank you for putting up the planner. I only have one question and it is going to sound stupid, but what is blogging? I truely enjoy your site, I have used just about every download you have. I am very knew to this but am giving it my all. You are an insperation. Thank you.


    1. Hi Jana,
      Blogging is what I do, and what you’re reading :o) I write blog posts to share ideas, information, and encouragement. People can start a blog for any number of reasons, some just start blogging to share their daily lives with friends and family, so it’s quite versatile. Anyway, the planner is for bloggers and it’s a way for them to keep track of their posts, write down ideas, keep track of statistics, advertisers, giveaways, etc. :o)

      I hope that helps, please email me if you have any other questions!

  2. Is there actually a place that says blog or is it something you just have to know. I know I must just sound like an idiot, but I would really like to get involved in these kinds of things any coaching would be appreciated.

    Thank you


  3. Hi Erica!
    Love the blog planner!! I just have one question, is there a weekly 2015 planner? In your post you mentioned it, but it links to a weekly 2014 planner. Thanks for the help!
    Blessings to you and your family!

      1. The weekly pages aren’t dated, but the monthly pages are. And I can’t find the link to the 2015 with the updated cover either. Sorry to be a bother, but I LOVE your planner! Would you be able to update just the dated stuff from the 2014 planner? I’d love to have it for next year!! Thanks!

        Amy A.
  4. There are many helpful resources here. Thank you for sharing. It looks like you are doing a great job. One resource we are using at our house is the book called, “Little Things Long Remembered: Making Your Children Feel Special Every Day,” by author Susan Newman, Ph.D. There are hundreds of suggestions broken in convenient timeframes. Perfect for home school.

    Robert Jones

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