2018-2019 Planner for Shops and Blogs

I’ve just released the 2018-2019 16 month Catholic Planner! It begins this month (September 2018) and includes Super Saints illustrations for Feast Days and Monthly Devotions. We’ve included a ton of templates to record your blog or shop stats, sales, ideas, business affiliates, software, guest posts, giveaways, ad space, domain registration, blog plugins…and MORE! We’ve even added a template of quick logs and lists for Sacraments, Novenas and Prayer Intentions!

Forgive last year’s photos here for a second. I’m just kind of eager to make this available as I’ve been receiving quite a few requests for this year’s Catholic Planner! I haven’t actually printed my copy yet, but I plan to print soon and insert a few key pages from last year’s planner, before they coil bind it all together!

4 Things I did differently with this Planner:

  1. I printed out the pages (just how I wanted them…with multiple copies of some templates, double-sided printing for others) and I took the stack to Staples to get it spiral-bound! It’s well worth the $5 for a professional planner! I have used duotangs or 1″ binders in the past, which work well for adding pages and moving them around, but there’s something pretty cool about this year’s bound book.
  2. I included not only month by month record-keeping templates, but templates with information I expect to add to, year after year (like Domain, Service and Software Registration). I’m going to photocopy these key pages and insert them into next year’s stack of templates before I spiral-bind them.   **UPDATE** This is what I’m talking about!! I’m just going to photocopy a couple pages from last year’s planner and insert them in the order I want them…before they bind this year’s planner!
  3. Last year, I added a few templates including Events, Discounts, Interviews and Alternate Storefronts with all the key login and deadline information. Since many of my events and sales are annual, it’s helpful to refer to each year’s roster…in the years to come! I also added a dotted page template and a lined page template for extra notes throughout the planner.
  4. I laminated the tabs using the method I used here: Super Cute Bible Tags and it makes my Custom Planner really easy to use!
  5. This year, I added a template of quick logs and lists for Sacraments, Novenas and Prayer Intentions!

I’ve put a lot of thought into these templates and I think that they reflect how the business of blogging and shops have evolved online over the last couple of years! There are 45 full-page templates in this Planner PDF!

As with all of our Craft Kit Printables, the PDF comes with permission to make copies for personal use…so you can make one for each business you have…and a 16-month-in-a-glance Wall Calendar illustrated with Saints for Feast Days and Monthly Devotions!

 

Custom Planner for Shops and Blogs

 

Custom Planner for Shops and Blogs

$15 $12 PDF Download

(45 pages, with permission to copy for personal use)


 

 

 

Templates include:

  • 16 month calendar (with Top Referrers, Top Posts, Giveaways, Guest Posts and Blog Events)
  • Blog Stats, Shop Stats monthly worksheets
  • Social Media and Blog Stats spreadsheets
  • Passwords
  • Giveaways (including all contact info, dates and stats)
  • Guest Posts (including contact info and deadlines)
  • Contributor Posts (including deadlines, embedded links)
  • Sponsor Buttons
  • Ad Space
  • Affiliate Links
  • WordPress Plugins
  • WP Health Stats
  • Index Tabs

 

 

  • Domain, Service and Software Registration
  • Events
  • Discounts
  • Interviews
  • Alternate Storefronts (example: Peter’s Square, Etsy, Amazon, Catholic Mommy Blogs)
  • Dot and Lined Paper for notes
  • Laminated Tabs (easy instructions for professional tabs)
  • and NEW! a template of quick logs and lists for Sacraments, Novenas and Prayer Intentions!

Today, September 14th is the LAST DAY of our Back to School Sale! Purchase $40 worth of Catholic Craft Kit PDFs and get $10 OFF with the code  backtoschool2018 when you shop at Arma Dei !

Comments

  1. Do you have a calendar for regular people with no storefront or other things?

  2. Do you have a calendar for regular people?

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