How to Plan Your Blog Posts…

More and more people are blogging these days.  And I ♥ it!  Blogging can be anything you want it to be.  A business.  An online journal.  A creative outlet.  Any.thing.

The hardest part of blogging is content and planning.  Keeping readers engaged requires regular posts.  I personally don’t blog on the weekends but try to blog most days of the week.  Coming up with a schedule that fits you and your blog is first and foremost.  Developing content and planning what to say is second.

I’m always trying to better organize and plan every aspect of my life.  I try paper and pen. I try technology.  I try apps.  Anything is worth a shot once or twice.

I found this blog planner a few months ago and have been using it {successfully} since.

I plan my blogs a month in advance.  I also write most of my posts on Sundays.  If you are prepared, then you can continue to crank out posts on a day-to-day basis.

The planner comes with helpful pages to help track all sorts of stuff.  I only use the calendar and month-to-month pages {for now}.

I love seeing my topics sprawled out on paper.  It takes some of the pressure off.  It also helps with balancing content.  I try to include one organizing related post per week with a few fun random posts mixed throughout.  I also write the topics in pencil so I can easily adapt if a better topic arises.

How do you plan and organize your blog? 🙂

Enjoyed today’s post?  Leave me a comment.  I’d love to hear from you.

Until next time…

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4 thoughts on “How to Plan Your Blog Posts…

  1. I will usually blog something when it comes to my mind. I will all of a sudden think of something to blog about. If Im not near a computer, I will jot down a “topic” reminder. Then when I get time, I will blog about it. If I aready have a newish post, I will schedule it to post within a couple days. I like to have them lined up to go on. I like to add new post every 3 or 4 days.

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