Every once in a while, and I do mean once in a while (NOT), I procrastinate. In school, I’d clean and organize things to put off doing homework. Now, I mess around on my computer to put off cleaning and organizing. My most recent project stems from my calendar/planner A.D.D., in which I tire of my calendar or planner before the year is actually over and dream of a new one. It’s a bare bones weekly blog calendar in Word document form that you can add graphics and your blog name or logo to. It has a space for each day of the week and checkboxes for social media tidbits (if you share links in those places). Here is one that I added some cute, tiny vintage bikes to along with “Live Originally” at the top. Nothing too fancy.
To download, edit, and print the .docx file, click here. Edit the “Blog Name or Logo” by clicking the text. The textbox will be highlighted so you can either edit its contents or delete it all together. To insert a logo that you’ve already made, click Insert > Picture > From File. Make sure you set the layout position for a new image to “in front of text” so it doesn’t push the image that makes up the rest of the document out of alignment. If nothing changes once you upload your logo, everything is good! (Note: If you ever use Word, I’m sure you know how to do all of this! I wanted to include instructions just in case someone not too familiar with the program stumbled across this and wanted to use it). If you have any desire for the Photoshop file, email me and I’ll send it your way.
But, that’s not all, folks! I also whipped up some monthly calendars for the rest of the year. They are already fleshed out (though there is still not much to them, as you can see in “December” below). Download and print the PDFs by clicking these: AUGUST | SEPTEMBER | OCTOBER | NOVEMBER | DECEMBER
Please let me know if any of these files don’t download properly or if you have any issues accessing them. AND, there are TONS of blog planners out there that are far better looking and much more planned out than the above. Just search for them on Pinterest if you want more (and better) options!