How I plan a year of blogging and social media.
This planner I didn’t get started in on before a few days into January. There was a train accident on the bridge from the island my parents live on, so I had to wait some extra days after new years to get home to my on island. I have taken these unused pages and simply glued lined paper on them. I use these pages for new blog ideas, and to keep track of reoccurring blog shares on twitter. If you’re not one to keep planners from year to year, and don’t have a need to go back and look at what have already happened, you can take more and more days as needed and glue lined paper on, turning your planner more and more into a notebook as the year goes on. Personally I like to just add notes and other things through the year, and keep the planner as a reference for next year (and it’s just a nice keep sake)
Once the inside of the planner is as I want it I made a new cover for it. While the planner comes with the choice of four covers that can be changed as the mood strikes, I like to make my own cover to make the planner truly mine. This year I made a cover using some of my favorite washi tape, and just used a black marker to write 2019 and my web address on it. I think it’s cute and whimsical and represent the mood I want to set for 2019 – happy.
A writer's life
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