I know we’ve still got a few months to go before rolling over into the new year, but I just wanted to share my new planner with you! You might recognised it from the Pins post I put up yesterday. It’s by a very sweet lady by the name of Jolyn, who runs an online shop here in Singapore called Actspressions.
Isn’t it lovely? It’s full of 12 different illustrations, and even includes holiday dates for Singapore – which is great for me, because I always seem to miss them. The hardest part is that I can’t use it until next year ;)
So for anyone here in Singapore looking to get organised for next year, be sure to check out Actspressions – they’ve also got cards and calendars, and Jolyn couldn’t be nicer :)
Yes that’s right, it’s time to get organised! :)
I wanted to share with you all a very simple (and obvious) tool that I’ve found absolutely crucial to keeping this blog going.. and that is a blog planner.
When I started Fellow Fellow a year and a half ago, I promised myself that I would post every day. I know it can be really hard to commit to that, especially when you’re just starting out, so to keep myself on track I drew up a basic calendar with lots of blank space so that I could begin to plan my posts a week in advance. It helped me create a schedule to work towards, and kept me motivated… which is necessary sometimes!
So now it’s time to share the love. I’m sure some of you already have a method you like to use, and I’m not saying this is definitely going to work for you, but it’s just something I have found useful and hope you might too! :)
I’ve made this one universal, so all you have to do is print it out, fill in the Month name at the top, and then write in the dates. After that you can begin to fill in the days with post ideas or events you know are coming up, and work hard to have a post ready every day!
You can find both A4 and Letter formats below, each file contains 3 different colours.
Enjoy! And of course, if you have any other tips on how to stay on track with posting, I’d love to hear it! :)