Organized Blog Planner {free printable} Generic Calendar

This week I am offering a series of 8 free printables from my Basic Blog Planner and Complete Blog Planner totally for FREE!

This printable is a Generic Calendar.  You can either print out 12 copies of it, or keep it in a page protector and use (my favorite) ultra fine point wet erase markers to use it repeatedly.

I keep my calendar next to my Weekly Blog Post Planner so I can easily see what’s happening that week, and in the coming weeks.  My Complete Blog Planner kit has a full 12-page, 2013 calendar (including major U.S. holidays).

Feel free to download my printable Generic Calendar HERE, but please respect my copyright listed below the image.

This calendar is © Copyright 2013 Organizing Homelife and is intended for personal use only.  Please do not distribute this file for free or for profit without written consent.  Thank you!

And…in case you haven’t heard yet:

I have some big news…


I now have a new Printables Shop!!

You can check my new shop here.

Are you interested in my Basic Blog Planner?  It has 11 printables to help you organize your blog.  You can download the whole thing HERE for just $5!

Do you need to keep track of affiliate sales, sponsored posts, travel and conference expenses?  Do you have blog friends that you would like to keep information on like cell phone #’s, hubby’s & kids names and more?  How about a full 12 page, 2013 calendar to keep next to your weekly post planner?  Check out my Complete Blog Planner HERE.  It has over 30 pages of detailed information to keep your blogging organized and on target!

By the way, if you haven’t seen it yet, I’m hosting a giveaway through 2/3/12 for the fabulous Duo Multitasking Binder that I use to keep my blog paperwork organized.  Check it out HERE – there will be 5 winners!



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