Linky and Blogging Calendar

Hi Ya'll,

I scheduled a post for 6am today, so technically this is my second post of the day. I hear that is a major snafu but, I would like to know why? Any advice? I LOVE reading others' blog posts, and frankly enjoy it when someone posts something useful and interesting more than once in a day -- it keeps me on Blogger! Let me know what you think, because if it is a pain for others, I will stop :(

But until that time... I have some linking up to do!

Brigid from Daily Lesson Log is hosting a fun Spring Break Linky Party! For all of those on spring break (or those, like me, waiting), this linky is for you to tell the blog-o-sphere what's on your spring break bucket list! While my Spring break is not until April (because I get one week in February and one  week in April), I have a ways to go. But it's never too early to begin dreaming of all the wonderful things I'm planning for that special week :)

I am taking a lesson from Teachers' Cauldron and have decided to put my list on fun digital graphic paper and make it official :)

A big thanks to Creative Clips for the borders, My Cute Graphics for the, well, cute graphics in my button, and Kevin & Amanda for the adorable fonts!

I can't wait to get started...but I will have to wait, because my spring break is not until mid-April! It will come before I know it though...

And now, I'm SO excited to announce that I have begun my own Blogging Calendar! I have been wanting to do this FOREVER, but never seemed to get around to it.

Here is was my archaic organization strategy -- piling things into a folder. You can see how this could become a bit overwhelming, eh?

I was in desperate need of a better system. I thought about creating my own blogging planner, but really, there's no need to reinvent the wheel. I found a fabulous freebie from Mama Jenn's blog and just finished printing it out!

I put everything in an extra binder I had lying around, and voila! My very first Blogging Planner!

Isn't she a beauty?
Don't mind the yucky-looking binder...

Since I didn't have dividers, I made my own with an extra file folder I had. Of course, it needed to be decorated!

I also had to create my own tabs that I put on the pages of each month for easy organizing. I made them with post-its and taped one side to the other for each page I created. Easy-peasy!

The back of the binder has a Future Blogging section, as the planner includes things for, well...future blogging!

I am so excited to put this to use! There are so many things I want to blog about (or promised to blog about), that I keep forgetting until it's too late! I've already started filling in January and February, so that when I look back at the year in review, I can see the posts and giveaways I hosted to showcase again! I've also, of course started filling in the ideas I have for the upcoming months! Woo-hoo!

Now, for a TPT Binder...



  1. That is a fantastic idea! I never even thought to do such a thing. Love a good organizational tool. Thanks!
    Polka Dot Kinders

  2. Thanks for visiting my blog! Your Spring Break bucket list looks great! I hope you get to do all of those things :)

    Carolina Teacher

  3. I need to get organized like you! I am so jealous you can go to the beach! What is the Muck Fest???? So curious!
    Thanks for linking up too!!! Enjoy your soon to be Spring Break!
    Brigid's Daily Lesson Log

  4. I don't see what the big deal is about posting more than once a day! I've seen the "rules for being a good blogger" list. Who got to decide that?

    I love your comment about why you started this blog, to hear yourself talk!
    Coloring Outside The Lines

  5. Thanks for stopping by my place and leaving a comment. I am delighted you did- I now have found your blog and I am happy to say I am your newest follower!

    Granny Goes to School


Thanks for the comments! I look forward to reading them :)

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