After showing you all the blog planner printables that I have created, I am back to show you how I keep them all together in my blog planner.
The binder that I use is from Martha Stewart and is the large binder. It is quite a large binder but it’s great if you want to use plastic wallets etc.
On the front and side, I added a Martha Stewart small book plate, so I could add a label with blog planner on it.
Inside, I added a title page with blog planner written on it before all the printables.
I put a large plastic pocket at the front so that I could put my pen pouch and labels in to keep them organised. I added some washi tape to the sides of the plastic pocket to jazz it up a bit and to hide the black seam where the holes are.
This is what is in the large plastic pocket. I have some extra tabs in case I want to access to something easier, a notebook, a sticky note pad and a pouch with my pens and pencil.
To separate the printables, I added a piece of card and a Avery notetab which I then used my label maker to write out the name of the printable and added it to the tab. I bought the notetabs from Ebay and managed to get them in a bulk load very cheap but they are like these from Staples.
I have been using the calendar to record the blog posts that I have posted and it is great to see when and how often I have posted.
Using the link party planner is great to keep a check on where I have added a post.
I am loving the social media planner as it’s great to record where you have posted about a blog post.
These are the supplies I used to create the binder. The label maker I have for years, The washi tape and the note tabs were from Ebay and the book plates and pens were from Staples.
As I added the blog planner cover to my binder, I decided to add it to the list of printables that you can download.
I am really loving my blog planner and it’s layout. The binder is quite big but great to keep all the printables and the plastic pocket together and has plenty of room to add more papers to it.
Are you the type of person that uses a planner or would rather use a digital version? Do you have any other ways to keep track of you blog? I would love to hear you comments.