Hello everyone, and welcome back to Join The ME Project. Four days ago on Instagram, I created this post. I discussed not only how fast it seems the year is going by but how we change with it. I thought it would be a great idea to break this down in more detail. I will be sharing my thoughts on this along with my goals for the month.
It’s crazy how quickly this year is passing. I’m not the best at keeping track of dates and time, my family can tell you. I had to double check the calendar this morning to make sure it was really the first of June.
This month I’m honestly open to everything. I don’t want to stress too much about numbers. My focus this month will be on building relationships and connecting with others.
Three Goals For the Month
Start with a blank slate. I didn’t want to come into this month with any of the baggage from the previous month. Any and all negativity will be left behind.
Create good habits. This is honestly a goal of mine every month. If I can get the good habits I want to keep a part of my schedule they will become more concrete.
Get organized. I want to get everything organized so I can figure out what I need to work on. The majority of my schedule right now is doctor appointments. But I want to work on my time management skills.
I learned more about the people around me than about myself I think. I’m surrounded by such wonderful and loving friends and family. Last month was very bittersweet but I learned to appreciate the people around me.
I’ve known about my hip for years. The Orthopedic doctor, Hip Surgeon, and Physical Therapist that I’ve seen through the years have done all they can to help maintain it. But knowing that another surgery may be in my near future has me anxious.
I think my family and friends can sense that. Ever since we’ve got the initial diagnosis they have been very supportive. And I am so grateful.
Something New You Want To Try
This may sound so odd, but I want to document my life more. You would think being a blogger and social media influencer I would get enough of it but it’s just the opposite. I actually don’t take that many pictures.
If you look at my Instagram, you don’t see many pictures of me. Even in my daily life outside of blogging, I don’t take many pictures. And I want to change that.
I mustered up enough energy to go to the movies with my sister when she was in town a couple of weeks ago. And I didn’t take any pictures of the two of us. The last set of family pictures we took I think I was a sophomore in high school. Crazy, I know.
What goals do you have for June? Let me know in the comments below.
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I’ve been contemplating a lot lately. The main focus of my thoughts has been on family, but since starting this blogging journey I realize the importance of friendship more, too. I mainly started blogging because I needed an outlet to express myself.
I’ve discussed a little bit of my health situation in a previous post before, but the majority of my time is spent at doctor’s appointments or at physical therapy. I got stuck in a rut of not feeling anything and just going through the motions.
One day, I finally got sick of it and I decided that I wanted to change what I could. Now, my health situation is not going to change. But I could change the way I perceive my life and my outlook on it. I remember that when I was younger, writing helped me vent out all the raging emotions that I had inside. I’ve never been much of a talker but putting pen to paper seemed to be my way of communicating. There were some things that I wrote that I would share and others I wouldn’t.
I decided that I wanted this time to be different. I thought, “why not make a blog? I have plenty of opinions. I’m always trying new products, this could work out.”
Talking it over with my mother really helped me with my decision. She’s my soundboard for a lot of things, and I knew that if she thought it wasn’t a good decision, she would be frank about it and tell me. To my surprise, she was all for it.
I made the decision to keep some things private and I still am. One of my biggest problems is that I’ve always been quite shy about my writing. At first, I wasn’t sure if I was going to tell my other family members and friends about my blog.
I decided if I didn’t act like it was a big deal they wouldn’t lol
Britt K/@AltSpeaking on Twitter helped me see that I was making a bigger fuss about it then I needed to. For some reason, I thought that I need to make my blog a topic of conversation or at least bring it up in conversation. In the end, all I did was follow a few of them from my blog Instagram account and word got out. It made me realize if my friends and family, know who I am, then what’s the point in hiding my name. I admit that my thinking is weird sometimes.
Twitter alone has been a big support to me. In not only finding like-minded individuals, ones who love to write and share their opinions, but people that truly want to support each other in every aspect that they can. When I started my blog, I knew what my topics were going to be, but I didn’t know how to reach readers or interact with others. I’ve learned so much just being on Twitter than anywhere else. And I think with that you have to put yourself out there.
I don’t want to just “gain follower/subscribes” I want to build a community of people who are all willing to support each other.
I don’t want to be known as someone who stepped on people to get anything in life. So I want my blogging life/side to be the same way. If I can read, share, RT, or follow, I will do that. And my thinking is, “If I don’t do it for others, then how can I expect someone to do it for me?” Once again, these are just my personal thoughts. But my question for today is: How have you been shown support recently? or, When was the last time that you gave support to someone that needed it?
Sometimes you need to just take a minute to appreciate all of the AMAZING people you have met through blogging✨
A big thank you and shout out to Lisa at Lisa’s Notebook for the nomination, she tagged me to do the Liebster Award, you can read her response here. The Liebster Award is a way to get to know and promote other bloggers in the community.
Lisa explained the rules really well so I’m going to quote what she wrote.
The rules are quite straightforward, you need to:
Thank the blogger who nominated you and link to their post,
Answer the 11 questions they asked you,
Nominate 11 other bloggers, with your own set of 11 questions,
Tag your chosen 11 bloggers, and don’t forget to tell them as well!
Lisa’s Questions For Me
When and where do you like to blog?
It’s a two-step process really. For the most part, I come up with blog ideas on the spot. I never really know when inspiration will hit me so I like to write down my ideas in a notepad. Sometimes I’ll even do a rough draft on my phone. But I like to do the final draft on my laptop because I use Grammarly to edit while I write. While I’m on my laptop I usually end up laid out on the sectional or on my bed. I like to be comfortable when I’m writing.
What is your favorite post you’ve written and why?
I don’t think I have a favorite. Each time I write, I get to do what I love. I don’t believe in doing anything if I don’t enjoy it or feel that it’s my 100%. There have been a few times that I’ve had ideas for blog posts, but it felt like pulling teeth to write. In the end, those posts got trashed because I didn’t like how they turned out.
I like to learn. So lately, I’ve been reading blogs about subjects I don’t know much about. Mainly I’ve been reading beauty blogs and travel blogs. I know how to do my eyebrows and that’s just about it. And other than traveling up North I’ve not done much traveling.
If you could be any superhero/heroine, who would you be and why?
Oh, this is so easy, Storm. And I mean the actual comic book Storm, not the movie Halle Berry (not that there’s anything wrong with her). My parents were both into sci-fi and I had cousins that loved comic books. I remember the X-Men being really popular when I was a child and I just gravitated towards Storm.
Growing up, there wasn’t a whole lot of representation for girls of color. But it seemed like out of the blue for me came this heroine who could control the weather and fly. As a child I was fascinated, now as an adult, I just appreciate the character even more. She was always seen as a person of authority who had great leadership skills.
T-Rex or dragon? Why?
I have such a love for dinosaurs, but if you think about it, T-Rex’s have tiny arms. I mean, they do have other great qualities, but dragons can fly. I’m not sure what we’re talking about here, but I’m going to guess it’s which to have for a pet. I would like to have a pet that could fly so I’m going with dragon lol.
Do you believe in ghosts? Why/why not?
No, I do not. But I do believe in demonic forces. I was raised in a Christian household and I read the Bible. The scriptures say Satan and a third of the angels were cast down to the earth. I really doubt they’re down here playing cards.
What book are you currently reading?
I feel bad, but I’m currently not reading one.
What was the first single you ever bought (or downloaded!)
B5- All I Do. It’s a remake of Troop’s All I Do Is Think of You which is a remake of The Jackson 5’s All I Do Is Think of You. This song came out in 2005 and at that time I was in middle school and couldn’t help but fall for the boyband-ness of a 90’s style remake of a remake lol.
What was your favorite subject at school?
I didn’t just have one, English, History, & Math were my favorites.
What did you want to be when you grew up?
I went through phases. Writing has stuck with me since I was young. I’ve always been fascinated with dinosaurs and fossils so I thought about becoming a paleontologist. The sight of blood has never bothered me, so my mom is surprised I didn’t go into something medical.
Saturday night: Strictly or X-Factor? Why?
Neither. I don’t watch competition shows, I’m not good at tuning in every week. If I have evening free I’m usually watching something on Netflix.
I Nominate These 11 Bloggers:
Below are the following 11 bloggers that I nominate. I have not only listed their names, but their Twitter handles. The links will take you to their blogs.
I have been nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award! Sonam of Kind Culture originally nominated me three months ago. It has taken me too long to make this post, and for that, I apologize. I have been nominated again recently and that helped kick me into high gear. I will warn you that this may be a long post.
Information about the Sunshine Blogger Award
The award was created to encourage a sense of community and support for bloggers. I have been nominated by Kind Culture, Oddball Content, and Helen’s Journey. Thank you all for nominating me! Please go and check out their blogs, you won’t be disappointed.
Rules For The Award
Answer the 11 questions from the blogger who nominated you
Nominate 11 bloggers and give them 11 questions to answer
Notify your nominees
Let’s get started!
Kind Culture’s Questions
What has been your all-time favorite post to work on?
I would say, “Nana! The Pot’s Burning!” because it was a personal piece. It involved a story from my mother’s childhood. And I got to write about my family a little bit. It took me a long time to write this one, but I don’t think I would have done it differently. I love reading the comments. Everyone relates to it.
What is one piece of advice you can give to anyone that wants to start their own blog?
Do it, don’t hesitate. I waited a long time to start blogging because I kept psyching myself out. Sometimes I wonder what I could’ve accomplished if I started sooner.
How different is your life from one year ago?
I was actually thinking about this the other day. My physical health has gotten a bit worse but I would have to say that my mental health has made such an improvement. To me, that’s what is really important. With life, there are things that we can’t change or have no control over, but we can choose to be happy.
Where is one place that you always wanted to go?
Tennessee. As I’ve gotten older I realized that I will probably always be a country girl. I don’t like visiting busy, fast-paced places. I’ve always wanted to rent a cabin for the week and relax.
How has your journey as a blogger been for you?
Insightful. I have learned more about myself since I have been blogging than ever before.
What is your all-time favorite film? And why?
I pick the Night at the Museum series. I’ve never been a fan of serious or scary movies. Family oriented films are more my speed. I think I like the films because it combines comedy with history.
Tell us about a book that made an impact on your life
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Yes, there’s a story behind this, lol. I took an AP Lit class in high school. At the time, I thought “I love English and Creative Writing so why not try AP Lit.” Once I got the summer reading list my tune suddenly changed. That summer was so horrible, I felt that I couldn’t connect to any of the books.
When school started, I found out it was too late for me to drop the class. I was stuck. We began to read Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead and I fell in love. Actually, I was the only one who did. Everyone else in the class hated the book. They said they didn’t understand it. I just loved how sarcastic the characters were.
How you made any new years resolutions?
No, I have come to the conclusion that I just don’t believe in them. For some, they do help. But I would rather set goals.
What is the boldest choice you ever made?
To chop off all my hair and go natural. I kind of dived head first on that one.
What is your spirit animal?
Definitely a turtle or a sloth.
Who inspires you in life?
My mother is my biggest source of inspiration. She has been through so much, but she is the strongest person I know.
Oddball Content’s Questions
What is your dream job?
Blogging professionally. It’s never boring and there are so many topics to discuss.
What do you think your life will be like in a year? And in ten years?
Oh, my that’s kind of scary to think about. In a year, I would like to see myself happy and doing what makes me happy. In ten years? I have no clue.
What is your proudest achievement?
Going self-hosted was huge for me. I honestly didn’t think that it would be a possibility until it happened.
What is your favorite blog post you’ve ever written?
Other than the one I listed above, I really enjoyed writing, #WhatTheHealth| The Illusion Of Social Media. It was the first time that I had shared something personal. It allowed me to draw back the curtain on a topic that I think we are all affected by.
Apart from blogging, what are your hobbies?
I love creating and writing. Some days you may find me with my sketch pad or a notebook writing poetry. I used to make jewelry but I stopped doing that last year before we moved.
How would you describe your fashion style?
What’s the best place you’ve ever been to?
NYC. I’ve been twice and it is such a fun experience. There is just so much to do.
If you had £1000 (or equivalent in your currency), what would you spend it on? Or would you save it?
I would pay up some bills and save the rest.
What is the bravest thing you’ve ever done? What would you do if you were a little braver?
Stick up for someone who was being bullied. I made a great friend in high school that way. I think back on my high school days sometimes. There were a lot of people that needed friends. I kind of wish I was braver back then and I could have been that person.
What is/was your favorite class at school, college or university?
Always English and Math.
What is one thing you want to learn or change in 2018?
I want to learn as much as I possibly can about blogging.
Helen’s Journey’s Questions
Where in the world are you based and have you ever met up in person with any fellow bloggers in your local area?
I live in Ohio, USA. And I know of other people in my area who blog.
If blogs had to have a theme tune that played every time people came onto your website – which song would you choose?
It would be the instrumental of, Falling by John Park.
Why did you choose the specific niche you write about for your blog?
I went with what I know I guess. One day I sat and wrote down my basic interests, from that I found my niche.
Tell us about the best photograph you have taken, that is featured in one of your blogs (include a copy of the photo in your answer).
This my accidental profile picture. I have such a hard time taking pictures of myself. I never really know where to look in the camera. But I needed to take pictures for a review. So I’m learning to get more comfortable in front of the camera. I sat down and took a bunch of pictures in a series. In the end, I came up with this.
I turn 35 in September and I’m planning on a getaway holiday with a group of friends to celebrate, somewhere with no more than a few hours flight from England, some September sun & cool places/buildings etc to see – where would you recommend and why?
I have no idea lol.
Which social media app do you get most blog traffic through and what makes it work so well for you?
Twitter is the best one. I find it easy to interact with my readers and fellow bloggers.
How long have you been blogging and have you ever taken time out away from blogging during that time?
I started blogging September 14, 2017. Since then, I think I have taken a week or two off. I think it is a good idea to do if you feel yourself getting stuck or losing inspiration. It brings things back in to focus.
If you had to choose a smoothie recipe to represent your blog what would it be?
Have you ever heard of Fibromyalgia other than from me/my blog/my social media?
Yes, I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia when I turned 20.
What piece of advice would you give bloggers for creating images and for taking photos / flatlays / blog feature images etc?
There is no wrong or right way to do it. Personally, I love using Canva.com to create my blog and social media images. Do what comes naturally to you. When I first started, I felt so pressured because I thought my pictures had to look a certain way.
Do you make money off blogging? If so how?
Sometimes, it depends on the type of sponsored post that I am doing. The majority of brands that I have worked with so far have sent products for my review.
I nominate you. Yes, I’m talking to you. If you haven’t been nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award, then you have today.
My Questions For You
What is your favorite quote, why?
If you could work with a brand/company who would you pick?
How do you deal with writer’s block?
Night or Day?
Where do you draw most of your inspiration from?
What has been the hardest blog post for you to write?
Which of your social media do you check the most?
If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?
What color represents you the best? Why?
If you could start your blogging journey over, what would you do differently?
How often do you post on your blog? Why do you think it works for you?
And that’s it for today. Thank you so much for reading!
I thought it would be a great idea to go back and break down the original meaning of Join The ME Project. Doing so not only to educate to new subscribers but to add a level of understanding of why I’m restarting an old project.
What does ME stand for?
In the very beginning, ME was an acronym for the words motivate, encourage, and energize. Over time, energize was dropped because of how the name was stylised (from mE to ME).
I started blogging September 14, 2017. My blog was Pae Reviews and initially all I did was post reviews. Overtime I evolved as a blogger and I met others who became a great support system.
It was during this time that I created Join The ME Project. Motivation & Encouragement mean a lot to me. And I wanted to create a platform around that. – Let Me Reintroduce MyselfJoin The ME Project
What is Join The ME Project?
Why I’m Relaunching the Blogger Series
My goal is to create content that’s motivational, and encouraging (ME). It’s very easy to get distracted by our responsibilities and daily schedules that we forget about ourselves. I hope that this series helps inspire everyone (me included) to slow down sometimes and remember why we do the things we do.
Now, Join The ME Project has built itself up and has flourished with its own community. My goals are to keep this growth going and to connect with like-minded individuals. I want to support as many people as possible and use my platform. – About Join The ME ProjectJoin The ME Project
What Do You Think
First of all, I would love to hear what you think about this. Please let me know in the comments below. Second, if you have an idea for a post just leave it in the comments below and I will definitely do it.
Are You Interested?
Third, I would love to interview some of you and write a post about your blogging story for this. If you would be interested in that, just fill out the contact form or you can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If we have done an interview in the past, I will be contacting you soon.
In the future, I would love to have guest posts for this. But my other ideas are: blog shoutouts, and more tips & tricks.
Least but Not Last
I would be doing a disservice if I forgot to mention The CoUnity. You can follow and become a member on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook. New to the group is our ✨Instagram Highlight✨ Once a week, I pick a member to feature on my Instagram account.
I’ve been able to do this three times so far, and I would love to pick this back up again.
Hello everyone, and welcome back to JoinTheMEProject. Here we are again at the beginning of a new month. I thought it would be great to look back and do a review of the quotes posted to the JTMPInstagram for the month of March.
Quotes from the Month of March
Quote: ”Reset. Refocus. Readjust. Restart. As many times as you need to.”- Unknown
Comment:Take a moment and think about what this quote means for you. It’s quite common in today’s society to set limits. You only get so many chances or at a certain age, you should have accomplished a certain amount of things. But are these things realistic? Don’t be afraid to break apart from the mold and do what’s best for you and yours.
Quote: ”Take the mistakes from the past and turn them into lessons for the present.”
Quote: ”Instant success doesn’t happen, and if it does, then it isn’t worth it.”
Comment: We live in a 🌎where instant gratification is common and expected. But how often do the results of such things play out well? Wouldn’t it be better if we worked for what we want? The time and effort would guarantee nothing is taken for granted.
Quote: ”Admitting that you have a set limit is not a weakness. It just means that you are aware of what your body needs.”
Comment: Do you know your limits? To me, limits, are what we will allow ourselves to handle. Anything above a set limit is too much. After reaching your limit, it is good to take a break from the situation or the event. Read the rest of the article, Knowing Your Limits
Quote: ”The simple things are also the most extraordinary things, and only the wise can see them.”-Unknown
Comment: Would you say this quote is true? Are you aware of your surroundings and the simple things in life?
Quote: ”Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise.” -Les Misérables
Comment: Sometimes we go through situations that feel like they are never going to end. It may be physical, mental, or emotional. It’s okay to admit to those bad days. Because those bad days will end.
Quote: “Strength is what we gain from the madness we survive.” -Unknown
Comment: Madness becomes strength. Or you could say that strength can be found in madness.⠀
• Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde⠀
• The Mad Hatter⠀
• The Incredible Hulk⠀
Can you think of any?
Quote: ”One step at a time or one breath at a time.”
Comment: Pain, no matter the form can become all-encompassing. My grandmother used to say that pain distorts the character. It’s important to pause and take whatever time you need to heal and regroup. Develop a self-care routine. Living with a chronic illness is difficult but it’s not impossible. We are strong because we endure.
Quote: Meraki [may•rah•kee] (v.) – to do something with soul, creativity, or love; to put yourself in your work.
Comment: Keeping this Greek word in mind, have you ever felt this way about anything? And if so, are you still doing it? One of the best ways to remain healthy is to replace our negative habits with good. In most cases, we think we need to drop what makes us happy because it takes up too much of our time. And when we do, we find we’ve dropped what kept us active. Avoid all of this by remembering meraki. Don’t take that feeling for granted.
As always, let me know what you think. Do you have a favorite quote?
Hello, and welcome back to JoinTheMEProject. Today I will be sharing my review of the Obliviscar Felt Letter Board. You will be getting my thoughts on the board itself, and a detailed look on what comes with it.
Let’s Welcome Spring!
I used the board for the first time yesterday, not only to welcome spring but to play around with it. And I really like that it’s an item or product that doesn’t take much time to learn by way of direction.
Inside the Box
Inside the box you get:
A letter board sized 10”X10”
A sorting tray to keep your letters in
Adjustable wood stand
What I Think
I honestly don’t have anything negative to say about this felt letter board. I’m really happy with it and I can tell just how much thought Obliviscar put into it. There’s no wasted packaging or plastic. They thought of the consumer’s convenience so the letters are pre-cut. Included with everything else, is a picture to help you identify where the letters are.
And there are so many uses to a board like this. I joked yesterday that I finally felt like an official blogger now that I had one of these. But aside from social media, this can be used for decoration. Or it can be used to leave short funny messages for your family.
So as always, let me know what you think in the comments below. If you have a letter board, do you like it? If not, would you buy this one?
Hello, everyone and welcome back to JoinTheMeProject. Today we will be taking a few steps into the past as I go over my January and February stats. Just as with the previous post, I will be breaking down my stats and sharing what I’ve learned.
Going into the start of January, I had a general plan of action.
Beat my stats from December
Build up my Resource Library
Create good content
Initially, I had a bad mindset because I started to compete with myself. It was all about the numbers and every chance I got, I was checking to see if there was a change. But then I had to remind myself that even though I have blogging experience, this particular blog is new. Instant success doesn’t happen, and if it does, then it isn’t worth it.
Instant success doesn’t happen, and if it does, then it isn’t worth it.Join The ME Project
Once I got over that bump in the road than I could focus on the rest of my goals. Building my Resource Library didn’t prove to be difficult at all. With a few of the blog posts, I wrote in January, I would create a printable using Canva and make it available to download through my newsletter. If you want me to write up a post on how to do so, please just let me know in the comments section below.
My last goal for January was simple enough and that was to create good content. With my first blog, I made a lot of mistakes. One of those mistakes was that I wrote and published blog posts just about every day.
And this isn’t to shade bloggers that do so, but I found it detrimental to my health. It had me so stressed out. I’ve mentioned before that I want this blog to be different. I want to take the mistakes from the past and turn them into lessons for the present.
I think that if you create good enough content you don’t have to write as much. As bloggers, content creators, and influencers we spend just as much time promoting our work on social media. I think it’s a 50/50 job between writing and promoting. If the content is good enough, I would continue to get views from those posts all month.
I want to take the mistakes from the past and turn them into lessons for the present.Join The ME Project
What I Wrote
I published 10 posts during the month of January. The most popular were:
If I could consider January, my high than, February was definitely my low. I generally just did not feel well last month. And while my blog took a hit, there are still accomplishments that I am very proud of.
Stats for February
Looking at the above stats you can truly see the difference between the two months. Wherein January, I was initially battling a bad mindset, this time around I was battling my health. I was dealing with complications with my Occipital Neuralgia and some days, I could find any inspiration to write.
Hello everyone, today I thought I would do something a little different and share my thoughts on current events, along with what I’ve been working on behind the scenes.
Starting a Community
When I rebranded as JoinTheMEProject, one of my main goals was to create a community. I’ve discussed this a few times already. But I truly believe that blogging shouldn’t be a competition. It should be about creating strong bonds with like-minded individuals.
This thought process and mindset spawned TheCommunity Facebook group. I created this group for the bloggers, influencers, and creators. We are all at various stages of development and growth but that doesn’t mean we can’t lend a helping hand.
Within the group, you can find resources, weekly threads, and Q&A sessions. Feel free to join a growing Facebook group!
So many of us get burned out because we’re constantly worried about stats. Added on by the pressure of people who follow/unfollow and brands with unrealistic expectations. Instead, we should celebrate each other’s milestones because in the general span of things, we are a small community. Wouldn’t it be better to ignore what we have no control over?
But to combat the negativity, I want to make sure that I do my part. Today, on Twitter I’ve created an RT account that’s also attached to the Facebook Group.
I know one of the biggest struggles about what we do, is feeling like our work doesn’t get seen or pushed in front of a big enough audience. While this account is starting off at the bare minimum, I’m hoping with your help, it will grow.
Use What You Have to Highlight Others
I wrote about it today in the FB group, but there will be one new change that I will be adding to my Instagram. Each month, I will post a thread on FB entitled, Instagram Highlight. Once a week, I will randomly pick someone to highlight on my IG feed. You just have to be a member of the group and following me on IG.
That’s really all I have to share with you today, please let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
As the day begins to draw to a close on February 1st, I thought it would be wise to remind ourselves of the momentum we had going into 2019. While this post is specifically about blogging goals, don’t neglect the other goals you’ve made for yourself. It’s never too late to put your thoughts into action.
Planning and organization seem to go hand in hand. Creating a downloadable planner was the first idea to pop into my head. I tried to think about what I would want in a blog planner all the while keeping it very simple.
What You Will Find
Reason for Post
As always to gain access to the blog planner, all you have to do is sign up for the Newsletter.
Please let me know what you think about this planner if you end up using it. I truly hope it helps some of you with your blogging goals. This post is definitely short, simple, and sweet but I wanted to get this up as soon as possible. Be on the lookout for the next post.