Organize: Use a Calendar to Keep Track of Scheduled Posts

As per my theme word for 2017, I’ve been doing little things here and there to better organize my space and time. I recently shared how I organized my desk drawer, and today I want to show how I’m organizing my scheduled blog posts for the year.

This is the calendar for my blog Frugal Recipes: Spending Less to Eat Healthy. I chose to show you the calendar for this blog because it’s the one that has the most posts scheduled so far this year. I’m doing an audit of the blog: Changing things, adding and deleting things, updating photographs. It’s the blog I’m concentrating the most on at this time, and all the circles you see within many of the months indicate blog posts that are ready and scheduled to post.

I believe in working ahead when there is time to do so. I work at the front desk at an inn, and winter is a slow season for us. Our boss lets us bring our own stuff to do, as long as it does not interfere with our job. I do a lot of editing and writing during these months, so I am able to get ahead.

This year I decided I would print off a generic calendar for each blog and site, and circle days when I have a blog post or article scheduled to post. A ost or article hits scheduled status when I’m sure I’m done writing and editing. I no longer have to worry about them, as they post automatically once scheduled.

As you can see, I’ve already put in a lot of work on posts for the blog. There’s still more to do, but now I can see at a glance when I need a blog to post. I’ll keep this calendar and the ones for the other blogs and sites in my planner, so they’re easily accessible.

This method will not only help me to stay organized, it will also save me time. I wont have to keep opening blogs to see when I have posts scheduled. The time saved can go toward doing things with family and friends, or taking care of me.

How do you keep track of scheduled posts? Not every method works for each person, so it helps to have multiple ones to choose from when setting up a system.

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Warmest Wishes,

Shannon L. Buck

About Shannon L. Buck

Hello. My name is Shannon, and I'm a single mother of two young adult daughters, and Memay to one precious Little Man. I work as a writer from my home in Orono, Maine, and as a Front Desk Agent at an inn. Writing is my life, second only to my daughters. I enjoy writing nonfiction, as well as fiction in a number of genres. At some point, I would like to travel. It would be a true writing adventure.