After months of messing with my blogging bullet journal, I am no-where near where I want to be with it. regardless I am choosing to share my blogging bullet journal with you in order to share a bullet journal reality (it takes time to come up with a format you actually like) as well as to share some layout inspiration.
The goal of this notebook was to keep all business and blogging related information separate than my personal and academic information. At first, my expectation was that there would be a 100% separation. However, over time, I now keep only an overview in the blog notebook and still keep all scheduling and ‘to-dos’ in my personal planner indicated in the color pink.
Originally the notebook was laid out with the following: index, event overview, goals, year at a glance, mission statement and blog overview, category key, hashtag list, keywords page, post checklist, Instagram schedule, bills and finances, audience tracking, affiliate marketing list, and then each month included a content calendar, social media calendar, to-do list, and finances page.
Most of the general pages have been neglected as you can see below since I keep most of the information on Microsoft One-Note. Additionally and have completely altered the monthly layouts to include only a calendar. I have also added random pages including order flow, Self-Made Together to-do list (An amazing online blogging course which I am severely behind on), and a blog mind dump. Check out the layouts below.
My blogging bullet journal was inspired by a few specific blog articles:
- Page Flutter’s Rhodia Goalbook Review
- Boho Berry’s Blog Business Bullet Journal
- Hip Home School Blog’s Business bullet Journal.
My Bullet Journal Tools