Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Planners Unite+ A PINK WINNER!

It's been a busy couple weeks, and I have been the worst friend, sister, daughter, etc. to my loved ones. I've been locked into my classes, wedding planning, lesson planning, and blog planning that I haven't made time for the important people.  With everything going on, I've been a little tired of carrying around 4 different planners...lol Yes, 4! 

  1. School Planner
  2. Blogger Planner
  3. Lesson Planner
  4. Wedding Planner

A few things I didn't realize when I began blogging was how much I would enjoy it on a daily basis. I also didn't realize how time consuming it would be. I gladly make time for my blog, because it feels like a place I can call my own personal home. I've met some wonderful people, and read some amazing posts. I didn't realize blogging needed it's own planner. Without one, you could become overwhelmed and forget important blogging posts. So I'm trying to develop a planner that saves me some time. Right now I'm using my Martha Stewart planner for both school and blogging, and putting them in my lesson planner bounded book!  That knocks away carrying a school planner, blog planner, an lesson planner all separately. few! I apparently can't combine my heavy wedding planner with my other planners, because it would turn into a big mess. I'm officially looking for a better more practical blogger calendar to deal with Sponsors/Ad space, Giveaways, link parties I'm co-hosting, A page where I can schedule co-hosts for my own blog hop, stats, etc. Let me know if y'all find something that works for you. I need something effective to plan out my blog a little better. 

And now it's time to announce the winner of the PINKalicious Giveaway to help save lives! Courtney Renee is a fellow blogger, and blogs over at Absolute Chaos!


   Thank you to everyone who entered in this giveaway for a cause! This cause is close to my heart and I'm excited for my winner!!
//MEET THIS WEEKS SPONSORED IN POST SHOP SPOTLIGHT//

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