Weekly Blog Planner Printable Template

In an effort to get more organized in my blog undertaking, I needed a planner template that would give my blog thoughts room and space to unfold. I created this weekly template for myself and want to share it with you, my bloggy friends. Especially now with the Holiday season approaching, it is good to get a plan mapped out and in place before last minute panic posts. Those are never fun. I’m the visual type. I work the best when I see things and even better when I write things down. A weekly blog planner will help me to write down, sort, organize and to stay on top of my blog.

There are two versions of this template, one with more text and one with less text and polka dots. You will have a box for each day of the week (fill in the dates as needed), a place to write down holidays and events that are happening this week, a box for your to-do list, project ideas, and one for reoccurring posts or columns. Pretty nifty, ey? For you super free spirits I have added a blank version too, so you can title your boxes the way you want. I’m nice like that :)

Just click on the images above to download the .pdf templates. When you print them select “fit to page” so all the boxes make it onto the printed version. Print as many as you want, maybe start with a month worth of weekly plans and see if the weekly blog planner is of use to you.

Hugs

Dani

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Dani is an enthusiastic rookie chef, baker and mom. At &cute she combines her cravings for tasty and cute food, with her passion for design. Dani currently lives in Germany and is married to her former GI Joe. More about Dani
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Comments

  1. Oh Dani, how generous! Thank you for these! Very pretty – it will make planning more fun!

    Angeli (BYW)

  2. Oooh lovely Dani, very pretty! Thanks for these. Now I need to decide what to put into them!!

  3. Hey Dani, great templates, thanks for sharing with us! This is what I need to get more organized. Honestly, I need to get a grip and do some scheduling and catalysing my ideas. Without writing it down they don’t come to life and I can’t concentrate on them.

  4. Oh my goodness, what a great idea! I will have to download those, just what I need to get a bit more organised with the whole blogging thing. Thanks so much for sharing! I found your blog the other day through BYW and was immediatly taken by the beautiful and cute design! And then I found your recipe for german pretzels -I am so glad I came across that! I am a fellow German, living in Australia. For years I have been wanting to try and make Brezeln but I am also not too keen on the gloves and safety googles :-) Yesterday I tried out your recipe and they are SO GOOD! So happy I can now finally make german pretzels myself, yay! Bagels will be next. Thanks so much for posting the recipe!!!

    • Hi Ruth, glad you found a recipe that works for you! When I lived in California for 4 years I started to improvise my German goodies because they were so hard to come by or expensive to get. Now, that I am back in Germany I do the same with all the American things I miss :) Greetings Down Under ;) (sorry, I had to say that…lol)

  5. That’s really cute! You just can’t resist planning your blog on such a template!

  6. Thank you for sharing them with us! They are really cute.

  7. Uliana, Marianne, I am glad you like the templates :)

  8. Oo those are gorgeous!! I’ll definitely download them even though I am already using a rather awesome planner plus I like to use the editorial planner in WordPress too. Works brilliantly to an in posts but your planner is so pretty I cannot resist! Thanks for sharing!

  9. Thank you so much. I’ve always wanted these templates.

    Thank you,
    Ellya
    Ellya Brill recently posted..Bird Art Embroidery from Genine’s Art BlogMy Profile

  10. Love these! Thank you so much! They are gonna help me get a head start on my new years resolutions :)

  11. Love this template – I had already purchased one but yours is so much cuter that I am going to use it instead! I also posted a link to it on my “A Southern Girl’s View…” fb page. ;)

  12. Thank you Sandy, I appreciate it. Glad you like the template! Big Hugs!
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