Welcome to week five of ‘Organise Your Blog’. I am really excited to share this weeks free printable with you.
As you know, there is so much more to blogging than just writing a post and pressing publish. Whether you’re a hobby or a pro blogger, you probably don’t want your posts to get lost in the big world of the internet.
But promotion and balancing multiple social media platforms can be really overwhelming. Even pro bloggers feel a little bit swamped sometimes.
Everyone has there own ways of organising themselves. Some bloggers can keep everything in their head (I am in so much admiration of those that do this!), some need to write lists like me.
This weeks free printable is a daily blogging checklist. It took me absolutely forever to make, but has been so unbelievably helpful in helping me to complete daily blogging tasks without forgetting anything major. It’s also stopped me from stressing so much and has helped me to spend more time with my family.
If you’re returning to this series then I have a feeling this might be your favourite printable so far! If you have just discovered this then welcome and here’s a bit of background:
This is a weekly blogging series where I share with you printables and worksheets that will help you to ‘Organise Your Blog‘. They are all free (I know I’m good to you!) and whether you’re a hobby blogger or a pro, they will help to make blogging a little bit less overwhelming.
If you haven’t already, then don’t forget to go back and grab the free printables that have gone live so far. These include a monthly editorial calendar, a monthly social media stats tracker, a linky’s worksheet and a usernames and passwords printable.
Now, onto the…
DAILY BLOGGING CHECKLIST
Being a blogger, you’re probably trying to balance a lot more than your mind can handle sometimes, and when it comes to finding the time to organise yourself, it can be really hard.
I really hope that this daily blogging checklist will be helpful to you and will hopefully save you some time and give you a little bit more of your day back.
Just a quick heads up. This checklist is an extensive list. And I mean extensive.
You don’t need to do all of these tasks everyday to be a good blogger and I certainly don’t get around to doing all of this. I do have a toddler!!
I find having this checklist means that I can check things off and then if my toddler needs my attention, or if I need to rush off somewhere, then when I come back I can easily see where I’ve left off.
This check list has helped me to organise myself and my blogging so much better, meaning more time spent with my family.
It’s also given my other half a bit more knowledge of what I do everyday. I’ve found with this checklist, that he’s become a bit more understanding on why I sometimes take so long on my blog or why sometimes I need to take half an hour more to do some promotion.
Before he couldn’t envision why I was taking so long and what I could possibly be doing, so this has been a great tool.
I know that some of you are also vloggers and have extra tasks to do, or maybe there are somethings you’d like to add to this list or take away.
If you do need an editable version then please feel free to get in touch or say in the comments below and I’ll e-mail one over to you asap.
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What do you think of the ‘Organise Your Blog’ series? What do you think of the daily blogging checklist?