I love blogging and I love planning. I’ve been on a planner kick for a while, so when the Mosaic Reviews team gave me the chance to review a free blog planner I was all over it. I usually blog by the seat of my pants but that tends to backfire more often than not. Mosaic Reviews offered several different planners for review and I fell in love with one made by Mama Jenn. She has other printables that I love and use, so I was sure that I would at least like using her blog planner.
I don’t just like it – I love it.
There are more than 50 pages included for you to pick and choose from. Here are some of the included pages:
- Monthly and Yearly Calendars
- Pages for Notes
- Pages for Giveaways and Reviews
This planner has proven to be extremely useful to me. I love having a dedicated place to keep track of all my ideas, when reviews are due, and even a schedule for working on editing pictures. The format is clean and easy to read, with plenty of space to write down whatever I need. That’s a big thing for me. Any blog planner I use is going to have to have plenty of writing room – I have lots of ideas and nothing is worse than having things scribbled all over the page.
Here’s an idea of how I’ve been using it:
Isn’t the cover lovely? That’s one thing I like about this planner – it’s simple, efficient, yet very pretty. I simply put mine in a three ring binder.
I have a yearly calendar for things that I need to see right off, like what day a birthday falls or anything.
A statistics page. I never paid all that much attention to that sort of thing before when I was working on my own sites – like this blog – but I’m finding keeping up with it to be great fun as well as interesting.
A monthly calendar where I can plan out posts and see whether I’ve scheduled them, shared them, or what I still need to work on.
Pages for notes! There’s pages to make notes about blog posts, reviews, as well as giveaways. Lots of writing space.
Every month is color coded. How cool is that?! January has blue flowers. February has pink. March is green and so on. I love that. I don’t have to have dividers for every month this way. I can separate the sections of the notebook into different projects and just flip through to the right color for my blog planner.
If you’re looking for a blog planner than I highly recommend that you try this one. It’s free, so you have nothing to lose, and it’s nicely streamlined so you can easily keep track of everything you want to on your blog.
If you’d like to see what others thought about this planner, or what planners others are using, then check out the reviews at Mosaic Reviews!