{The Blogging Bug} FREE Printable Blogging Binder Pages

blogging binder with free printables

Keeping organized helps a blogger spend less time online and helps to keep them less stressed. Which is why I love to keep a nifty blogging binder. My home management notebook is my brain for my home and my blogging binder is my brain for my business.

In today’s post, I’m sharing with you some free printable blogging notebook pages. They are free for you to personally use, but please respect my hard work and don’t steal my ideas or sell them. For a small charge, I can also personalize a notebook for you–just ask me for a quote. :-)

blogging binder with free printables

  1. “My Blogging Binder” Binder Cover
  2. Spine–.5 inch, 1 inch, 1.5 inch, 3 inch
  3. Advertising Record
  4. Blog Maintenance Checklist (blank)
  5. Blog Maintenance Checklist (with some suggestions)
  6. Brainstorming
  7. Editorial Calender
  8. Giveaways
  9. Important Contacts
  10. Income and Expenses
  11. Internet Passwords
  12. Pitch List
  13. Review Info
  14. To Do List

Other suggestions of things to keep in your blogging binder:

  1. Some business card pages to keep track of important business cards from PR representative or other bloggers.
  2. Some binder pockets to store brochures, press releases, and other paper goods or handouts from PR representatives.
  3. Dividers (I like plastic ones–they’re sturdier) to categorize items.
  4. Some blank notebook paper to jot notes or whatever.
  5. A zipper binder pocket to store pens, pencils, and other small odds and ends.

Be sure to also check out my post on my Home Management Notebook with TONS of free printables!

If you’re trying to lose weight the Trim Healthy Mama way, check out my free THM binder printables!

TJ

TJ

Editor/Contributor at Measuring Flower
TJ is a former chef with a Bachelor of Science degree in writing turned stay-at-home wife to a loving, hard-working husband and mom to two very active, adorable little boys.
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      says

      If you want to save them to your computer, follow the directions given for printing them then click on the floppy disc icon to save. To print them, just follow the directions laid out in the post. :-)

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