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Free Printable Blog Analytics Tracker and Post Scheduler for May

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It’s almost May! Wow. That must mean it’s time for me to share my free printable blog analytics tracker and post scheduler for May!

As usual, I’m excited for the end of the month and filling out my analytics tracker to see what progress, or lack thereof, I’ve made. My FaceBook page would best be classified as “highly stagnate,” but Pinterest is doing well for me (which is funny since I’m personally a little annoyed with seeing the same thing over and over again thanks to the ‘smart’ feed).

free printable analytics tracker and post scheduler for May

May will be full of preparations for us for two entirely different reasons. On May 21, I’m participating in a CrossFit competition with another girl from our gym. We signed up to do it “RX” instead of “scaled” (down), so we’re a little unsure about whether or not we’ll actually be able to do everything. Okay, that’s an exaggeration. There are things that typically appear at competitions that one or both of us straight up can’t do right now! But my partner has a great attitude about it and we figure at the very least we’ll come home with a t-shirt. We decided we’d rather be challenged and come in last than sign up for the scaled version and feel silly afterwards. Oh, and I’m making our ‘team uniform’ of matching tank tops with a kettlbell wearing a gold sparkly bow, so that’s another plus.

The other Big Thing in May is that we’ll be traveling during the last weekend and headed out to West Virginia for several weeks. We have to do lots of planning to make sure we know exactly what we’ll be doing and the equipment we’ll need so we can budget and shop. The closest home improvement store is about an hour drive each way, so it won’t be very convenient to run back over for something small we forgot! Luckily, the local post office is very friendly and as long as I call ahead they’ll let us get general delivery mail, so we can also order things on Amazon. Not only can we order things on Amazon, but we can actually take advantage of that Prime free fast shipping! That’s really exciting – I miss that free two day shipping here in Hawaii.

So now that you know my May plans, let’s get to the printables!

As always, there’s an analytics tracker (yay!). You can download it here.

May blog analytics free printable

Then there’s the blog post scheduler/calendar. I’m going to try really hard to actually use this one this month! Yes, I admit…I don’t always plan my posts very well, but I’m going to try to be more organized this month and get a few things lined up to post while we’re gone. You can download it here.

May blog post schedule free printable

Do you have any big summer plans yet? Vacations? Work plans? Anything else exciting?


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  • Duni April 28, 2016, 21:23

    Thanks for the printables – those colorful hot air balloons are so fun!
    And looks like you have a full schedule in May šŸ™‚ I purchase mainly books on Amazon, glad I can get English language ones delivered to my door!

    • Natashalh April 29, 2016, 09:15

      Remember back when Amazon only sold books? I actually get a lot of my crafting supplies on Amazon. I shop at the local craft store whenever I can, but I always have to buy my vinyl and shipping boxes online.

  • LeAnn May 2, 2016, 14:23

    You DO have a busy May!! I’ve enjoyed your gratitude videos. The highlights of my summer will be quilt camp the end of July and (saving the best til last) a trip to DC/Williamsburg to meet up with ALL my kids (first time since 2010), plus 2 grandkids August 3-8.

    • Natashalh May 2, 2016, 21:09

      I hope you have fun with all the grandkids! I used to work at Colonial Williamsburg playing games with kids on the Palace Green. (And, of course, hope you have fun at quilt camp, too!)

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