27/06/2016

The Blogger's Journal

Statement: I love my little space on the internet. I'd commit every day to it if I could. Unfortunately, life hasn't quite worked out that way for me, so when other commitments rear their heads, my blog gets put on the back burner and it's a habit I desperately need to get out of. So, whilst wandering through Paperchase and spending far too much money on trivial things that I just swear I need, I stumbled upon this beautiful 'Blogger's Journal'. And just swore I needed it!

paperchase bloggers journal calendar blogger organiser

I'll admit, I've been really into anything leaf print lately, so at first I didn't even pay attention to what it was, I was just all, 'oooh leaves!'. Then I looked a little closer and realised that it could be just what I needed to get me out of my seemingly-permanent-blogger's-block. This beautiful book has 6 separate sections with everything anyone could ever possibly need for a super organised blog - the first is a 'blog mission' section where you can note down your weekly and monthly goals and how you plan to achieve them, something that's really helpful to keep you up-to-date and motivated to come back to it every week.

paperchase bloggers journal calendar blogger organiser

One of the things that excites me the most about this journal is the monthly scheduled posts calendar, and the fact that, unlike most diaries, the months STARTED FROM THE MONTH I BOUGHT IT! (Sad, I know). But, we all know there's nothing worse than needing a diary once half the year has already passed, and having a whole half-of-a-book full of waste, no matter how beautiful! The section I'm probably getting the most use out of at the moment is the 'new post ideas' section. It has little spaces for jotting down ideas from start to finish, including 'what I need' lists and checklists from draft and visuals, right through to promotion over social media.

paperchase bloggers journal calendar blogger organiser
paperchase bloggers journal calendar blogger organiser

All of that, as well as a 'to do this week' section, a chart to work out any monthly income & expenses, and finally, a good old notes section in the back for any more ramblings that might not quite fit into any of the above, it's safe to say that this journal definitely has it all. I've never really spotted anything like this before and it seemed to be the only one of it's kind in Paperchase, but it's definitely something I'm going to be keeping more of an eye out for in the future!

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