It’s crazy to think it is already February! I am excited to share how I’ve decorated my Passion Planner this month. You’ll know I mentioned in my 2020 Planner Lineup that I bought a passion planner for the first time this year. I’ve loved having a separate planner for my editorial calendar and all my blog related planning.
February Passion Planner Setup
I bought this planner to be functional, so I don’t plan on going overboard with stickers and markers and tape. However I still want it to look ‘fun’ because colour helps me gravitate towards it, and in turn us it! The photos I’ll be sharing in today’s post is going to be ‘before the pen’, however I’ll be publishing a post at the end of February sharing how it went.
The Monthly Overview
I went with the pink valentine type theme in my Erin Condren from February. I decided to pull from the cover colour in the passion planner this month, because I absolutely love the burnt yellow look!
This monthly overview is a place where I can transfer over my blog related Powersheets goals, blog posts I want to publish, emails to send, and any other tasks I want to accomplish.
The Weekly Spread
The weekly spread will be where I go more in depth. I can transfer over my deadlines, as well as daily tasks I need to do. For example if I have a blog post to publish for Thursday, I can assign “write rough draft”, “take photos”, “edit photos” to specific days.
I won’t necessarily use the hourly aspect of the planner, but it’s nice that it’s there just for in case.
How do you plan your blog content?
There’s just something about paper planning that really resonates with me! I’ve tried using electronic programs to create my editorial calendar, but it just wasn’t for me. I completely understand the appeal there as it makes it easy to shuffle posts if plans change. However at the end of the day there’s just something about putting pen to paper!