Free Blog Planner Printable

free blog planner printable download

Hands up, who else is rubbish at keeping track of blog posts? I always come up with great ideas and then promptly forget about them, or lose track of time and realise it’s already the weekend and I had planned to write at least three posts by now. That’s where a blog planner comes in handy, and if you fancy getting your paws on one then you’re in luck.

I’m pretty obsessed with stationery and recently I decided to have a go at designing some of my own. And I don’t think it turned out too badly, if I do say so myself! This simple blog planner is perfect for keeping track of your blog’s to-do list, people you need to email back, posts you want to write and jotting down notes or social media updates. The minimal monochrome design makes it easy to customise yourself with coloured washi tape or pens, or you can keep it simple and classic on its own.

free blog planner printable download

free blog planner printable download

To download this free blog planner, just pop your email address into the form below to be added to my mailing list and get it sent straight to your inbox. Just follow the link in the email to the secret (ooooo) downloads section of the website, then save the blog planner and print it out as many times as you like.


If you fancy getting some matching stationery to go along with your free blog planner, head over to my Etsy Shop where you can download some more printables like a Weekly Planner Set (to do lists galore!) or a 2016 Calendar. I’ll be adding some more bits and pieces soon, so if there’s anything in particular you’d like to see let me know.

free blog planner printable download

Do you use a blog planner? Leave your top tips for staying organised with blog posts in the comments below.

Gillian x


Freelance social media and digital marketing consultant with a penchant for writing blog posts, drinking sickly sweet cocktails and exploring the cobbled streets of Edinburgh.


  • ~ carmen ~ says:

    Super cute & useful. I love the header font. :]

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    • Gillian says:

      Thanks Carmen, hope you find it helpful! 🙂

  • Marie says:

    I love the design. It’s simple and clean, but still quite cute and charming 🙂
    I myself always struggle with blog planning, because if I start making lists, I don’t know when to stop. Who doesn’t love a good list, right? 🙂
    But I’m realizing that there is such a thing a too much structure for me. I work better if I make good use of spontaneous energy. So I guess it’s a question of finding some sort of balance between the two…

    • Gillian says:

      Thanks Marie! 🙂
      I know what you mean, sometimes it’s better to just let the thoughts and ideas flow and blog whenever you’re feeling most inspired. I like to keep track of any deadlines/important things that need done but then make sure I leave plenty room for more spontaneous posts!

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