{Review} FREE 2013 Blog Planner

Image source: Confessions of a Homeschooler
Recently, I had the pleasure of reviewing a blog planner for Mosaics Reviews. The team was given a choice of several handy planners to review, which varied from comprehensive monthly spreads to simple one page forms. I selected the the free 2013 Blog Planner at Confessions of a Homeschooler, which is a lovely monthly planner.

Two formats of the 2013 Blog Planner are available for free download at Confessions of a Homeschooler. You can choose either: Option 1, which is a Calendar Style Layout, or Option 2, which is the Lined Format Post Planner. This blog planner can be used by homeschoolers and non-homeschoolers alike.

I picked the Lined Format Post Planner (Option 2) and here is what is included:
-29 page colorful PDF download
-Year at a Glance Calendar overview
-2 main planning pages for each month
-Each month includes a daily section for scheduling post
-Each month includes daily check boxes for review/giveaways, and contacting winner
-Each month includes daily check boxes for social media (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest
-Monthly blog notes pages to jot down reviews/giveaways and post ideas
-Note: Option 2 does not include tracking of statistics (but you could easily add this in)


Image source: Confessions of a Homeschooler
I began using this gorgeous planner in the midst of a cold and dreary winter in Central Indiana. The whimsical flowers brighten my day with thoughts of spring. This planner is not only functional for blog organization, it is inspirational and cheery!

I am somewhat of a planning/organization geek, and I find that it is much easier to keep my planning and thoughts streamlined by having one dedicated blog planner. In addition to this blog planner, I have one main planner for homeschooling, and a household/work planner. I like to separate my planners so that I can focus my concentration and notes on one area at a time.

Get Your Own Free 2013 Blog Planner

You can get your own free copy of the 2013 Blog Planner at Confessions of a Homeschooler. Be sure to check out both styles of Option 1 and Option 2 so that you can choose the one that would best fit your needs. If you do not own a comb binder, you can print out your choice of planner, and your local copy store can add a clear or laminated cover, and comb bind it into a sturdy format to last all year. Or, you can hole punch the pages and store them in a 3-ring binder. Either way will allow you to lay the planner open flat so that you can plan to your heart's content!

One of my top favorite blogs is the popular Confessions of a Homeschooler. Erica is a talented graphic designer and she produces high quality free and low cost printables and curriculum. We enjoy many of her printables in our homeschool, which are colorful and feature beautiful designs. Be sure to check out her free printables page when you visit her site!

Disclaimer:
This blog planner was provided as a free download by Confessions of a Homeschooler. This author was under no obligation to offer a favorable review. All opinions shared about the product are the honest responses of Sharra Badgley.



Disclaimer:
This book was provided by Cross Focused Reviews and Shepherd Press for review purposes. This author was under no obligation to offer a favorable review. All opinions shared about the product are the honest responses of Sharra Badgley. - See more at: http://thehomeschoolmarm.blogspot.com/#sthash.4UL3Sb2m.dpuf
Disclaimer:
This book was provided by Cross Focused Reviews and Shepherd Press for review purposes. This author was under no obligation to offer a favorable review. All opinions shared about the product are the honest responses of Sharra Badgley. - See more at: http://thehomeschoolmarm.blogspot.com/#sthash.4UL3Sb2m.dpuf
Disclaimer:
This book was provided by Cross Focused Reviews and Shepherd Press for review purposes. This author was under no obligation to offer a favorable review. All opinions shared about the product are the honest responses of Sharra Badgley. - See more at: http://thehomeschoolmarm.blogspot.com/#sthash.4UL3Sb2m.dpuf

Comments

Jennifer said…
Lovely and well thought out review. :)
Thanks for sharing! Erica @ www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com