...don't we all have plans to be more organized in the New Year? I know that I do! I have organizational plans for every room in my house starting with my sewing room. My plans of being more organized extend over to my blog. A while ago I set a goal to write a minimum of 100 posts a year, and for the past 4 years I've been able to exceed that goal.
My most productive blog posting month of the year has been in November, because I've participated in the 30 day Blog-Like-Crazy Challenge. My being successful in the challenge depended largely on a blog post editorial calendar that I used. That calendar helped me plan and organize blog posts for the entire month. I asked myself, "What could I accomplish (blogging wise) if I used an editorial calendar each month of the year?"
Today I picked up my sugar fix. I love, love, love Sugar Paper Products. They have just a tiny bit of bling and are so girly and elegant. Of course I won't be posting everyday, but I'm going to see if I can keep up with this blog editorial calendar all year long.
What type of planner/calendar do you use?
Do you keep an Editorial Calendar?
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