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How I stay organized as a Blogger using my Weekly Planner from Tools4Wisdom

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Last week I brought you my review of the Mom Planner from Tools4Wisdom. This week I bring to you my extra organized lifestyle through the Weekly Planner. I use this one for my Blogging goals and tasks. Like the Mom Planner, this one starts with some goal setting pages. A great way to keep organized all of your monthly events you want to run on your Blog. Without a planner, I tend to look ahead. I can now mark Holidays in advance and remind myself to think ahead. To plan Mother’s Day events in March and so on.
There is a journal section so I can keep my webinar and meeting notes nearby. As well, I can jot down tips and trends I read on others Blogs. The main portion of the planner has the weekly grid with hour intervals. This makes it easy to spot twitter parties I need to attend and list my tasks. I can refer to the journal and beginning goal setting pages for more notes so I don’t have to write too much in the grid and clog it up. I left the 40-hour work week life this past summer to stay at home and I began to Blog more professionally so I am used to relying on calendars and need to still do that even in my home office.
Here is a little sneak peek into the weekly panner.

The Weekly Planner & other Tools4Wisdom Planners are available at Amazon
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3 thoughts on “How I stay organized as a Blogger using my Weekly Planner from Tools4Wisdom”

  1. I used to have a paper planner, but it just go to be too much to haul around and I would always forget it – but having every thing online isn't doing much for my goal achievement either… I need to find a happy medium!

    Definitely checking this out!

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