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The Os of Writing: Organizing Your Blog Posts

Today began with the rise of the sun on a beautiful first day of the New Year. Happy New Year everyone! January is the time for resolutions and, as we clean out the old to make room for the new, fresh attempts at organization find us making vibrant, focused plans for the coming months. Use these helpful links to find easy ways to organize you blog ideas and plan your blog posts.

Link #1) Print, and remove the year at a glance calendar which is out of date, and this template will serve you well. Simply add in the numbers on the blank calendars. Then return to this site and reprint this blogging calendar every year.

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Link #2) Print off 12 pages of the 2014 calendar. Each page includes a monthly calendar with the numbers included and a spot for To Do list, Post Ideas, Goals, and Supplies Needed.

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Link #3) This one page free printable weekly blog calendar template has room for Today List, Blog Parties, and Ideas for Next Week as well as allotted space for the 7 days of the week. It will be quick and easy to print additional pages to cover the entire year.

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Link #4) This site boasts a great article, video and downloadable templates. Print copies of the calendar design and weekly pages design with decorative background or go for the more standard templates with no decoration.

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Link #5) If you prefer recording on your computer, in spreadsheet form, then this one page year view may be more your style. Or print it off and subscribe to the newsletter. All newsletter subscribers will receive the monthly format also found in a spreadsheet form.

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Take the first couple of days of the year 2014 and be resolute and unwavering in your goals to be more organized. Print a blog calendar. Plan blog posts. Organize the ideas. Write!


About Denise Reashore

Denise M. Reashore spends most of her free time reading, writing, and gardening - - or staring out the window at the brightness of a new day and dreaming of digging in the earth. Throughout the winter, precious free time goes into mapping and planning her future garden and, hopefully, writing and reading retreat. The rest of the time, from September to June, she spends working as an elementary school teacher. She lives on almost 3 acres, in an old Victorian style home, with her husband, two lovely daughters, and a cat.

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