Being an organised blogger is not easy. It requires a lot of time and effort to maintain the blog. Bloggers have to make sure that they are posting regularly, they need to keep track of their stats, and they need to make sure that their content is relevant and engaging.

This normally means you have 10+ different tabs open at the same time in your head. It can really become stressful and overwhelming at times but it doesn’t have to.

That’s where a blogging planner can be a massive help in keeping you organised and on track.

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A while ago I started dabbling in KDP on Amazon. This stands for Kindle Direct Publishing and is basically a way writers and creators can produce their own books to sell on Amazon. You create and submit your book, fill in the description and Amazon do the rest for you. (if you want to start KDP yourself follow Paul Marles on youtube, he’s amazing).

After creating a few notebooks, journals and other low content books for a while, I decided to create a few blogging journals too.

These are:

Here at Positively Lifestyle we like to regularly get involved in free giveaways, so I thought why not offer up a free blogging planner printable of the main page in the blogging journal, when people join our mailing list.

All you need to do is sign up to our mailing list, then download and print the free blogging planner printable and away you go. I use mine daily and find it really helpful.

We do not send a lot of emails out, but will let you know when we have a free competition running as well as our latest helpful blog posts. You can also unsubscribe at any time.

I really hope you will find it helpful and enjoy using it in the future.


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