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Made it Monday: TPT & Blog Planner {FREE!}

Hi all!
Happy Monday!

I'm linking up with Tara @ 4th Grade Frolics for her Monday Made-It for the first time!
You can check out the other link ups by clicking on the button below!


I'm super excited to share this because I think it could benefit a lot of readers!

Here it is, my new TPT & Blog Planner!


I have scrap pieces of paper, notebooks and post-it notes all over the place so I finally decided to make myself a planner to keep all of my TPT & blog info organized!

First up, monthly calendars.


I plan to use this to remember my Kinder Tribe blog posts and to keep track of which days I already have blog posts scheduled.  Also I'm going to try to schedule posts for FB and check off the days I have done that as well! Hopefully this will help me be more active on Facebook!


Next up are the weekly planners!


This is the bulk of the planner.
I plan to write down the times I work under work schedule and then list tasks I need to finish and new tasks I want to start.  Hopefully this will help avoid all of the half finished projects!! Also it will help me keep track of how many hours I am spending on blogging and creating for TPT.


After that we have blog post ideas and drafts.


On the first page I printed out the blog post ideas page where I can jot down any ideas that come to mind for upcoming blog posts.


Then when I'm ready to write I can do my rough draft on these pages!
I like to sketch a rough outline of what I will write + draw in some picture that I need to take to go with the blog post when I am doing my draft.

The "finalize" section will help me remember to do all of these things after I publish posts!


Then we have TPT product ideas & drafts.


These pages are very similar to the blog post ones.
The first page is a spot where I can jot down product ideas for TPT.


And then when I'm ready to work on them I can do my draft on these pages!
I also have a "finalize" section on these pages to remind me of the final stages of product development and to post on social media!


Last, we have the "other" pages.


First thing I put in here is a TPT expense & sale tracker to keep track of profits so I don't spend more on clip art and fonts than I am making! (guilty...)


Then I added a spot to keep track of gifts and giveaways I am participating in and a page to track my social media stats.


Last, I added some lined pages for miscellaneous notes.


And finished it off with a back cover to match!


I am in love with my TPT & blog planner and I hope you love it too!
And guess what? You can download it for free in my TPT store!!

Just click the image below to take you there :)


I would appreciate any feedback you may have to make this planner even better!
I only printed pages for August to December so I'm planning to use it for a bit, update it and then make a new one for January to June 2015!

If you want to use the same paper that I used for the divider pages (they also match the cover colours), here is the paper pack that I used! You can buy it at Michaels!


* I had the planner bound at Staples, in case you are wondering! *

I hope some of you will be able to use this planner too!

10 comments

  1. Thank you for this amazing planner!It looks so cute and organized!

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  2. I'm absolutely in love with this! Thank you soooo much for the freebie!

    Jamie
    Life As I Know It

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  3. This is fabulous! It's going to be a huge life saver as I start all of my blog and tpt planning! Thanks!

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  4. Love it!! Thanks for the amazing product! One that I will use on a daily basis! <3

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  5. Love this idea! I am all over the place with my blogging, creating, teaching and home life! I have 27 unfinished TPT products and 14 blog post drafts. I need something like this in my life!

    Tara
    The Math Maniac

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  6. This is awesome!!! Thank you for sharing!
    -Kaia
    Kinder Colors

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  7. Thank you for sharing this! I have little notes, lists, pieces of paper all over the place. This is perfect, just what I was looking for!

    Crystal
    Texas Teaching Gal

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  8. Wow you really spent a lot of time on this!! It looks great!! I think our Monday Made It's were meant to go together this week!!! ;)

    -Ashley
    Teach Create Motivate

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  9. For free? That is incredibly kind and caring. Thanks so much!

    My Bright Blue House

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  10. OMG! This is incredibly Ah-Mazing!!! 😄

    Brittany
    Lovely Literacy and More

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