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Printable Weekly Meal Planner

Streamlined and minimalist. If you prefer handwriting your meal plans, this Printable Weekly Meal Planner is for you! It’s designed in black-and-white, so you can print as many weeks as you need without wasting all your precious ink.

Weekly Meal Planner Excel Spreadsheet

My personal favorite. The Weekly Meal Planner Spreadsheet includes space to keep inventory of available ingredients, giving you the ability to check what you have at a glance. If you prefer to work digitally, this is the Meal Planner for you!

This spreadsheet includes a full tutorial worksheet, so you can get the most out of this Weekly Meal Planner.

Post Planning Spreadsheet for Bloggers

For every blogger seeking a more streamlined approach to planning and creating posts.

This spreadsheet features a separate tab for each month of the year, including a space to note down any holidays or major events occurring during the month that may be relevant to keep in mind when creating your posts.

With ample space for post planning, this spreadsheet is best for bloggers who create a dozen or more posts per month.

Keep track of your blog’s Search Engine Optimization (SEO) with the SEO Post Tracker! This tracker is perfect for combing through older content, conducting site audits and staying on top of your on-page Search Engine Optimization.

Social Media Content Calendar Planner Spreadsheet

An indispensable tool for bloggers looking to promote their content and connect with followers on social media! This spreadsheet spans an entire year, blocked out into three-month increments.

With a month-style calendar overview, planning out content for social media is easy. For each month, there’s space to record posting across three platforms on your choice. Posts are split into “Content Focus” and “Evergreen/Ongoing” content, making it easy to break up your seasonal and evergreen content.

Block planning your content has never been easier!

After you’ve downloaded the Social Media Content Calendar Spreadsheet, use our How To guide to set up the planner to your preferences.

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