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Free Blog Planner Printables for December 2017

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Wow – it’s unreal to me that 2017 is almost over! I’ve realized that, for me, individual minutes with a newborn can seem kind of slow but the hours and days have been flying by. The blog planner printables for December may be my favorite ones for the entire year – just look at the cute narwhales!

Free blog planner printables for December 2017

As usual, this planner page is available to blog subscribers in the “printables for blog subscribers” area. If you’re not a member yet and would like to become one, you can subscribe and get your printable in one go by downloading it for free from my Selz store.

I’m looking forward to filling out my stats tracker page and comparing it to last year. I haven’t been as active with my blog or online in general this year when compared to 2016 so my growth has been slow, but I’ve been pleasantly surprised to see at least some growth. It’s also been quite nice to see a few posts from 2016 popping up in my daily top 10 from time to time. For ages and ages, my top posts have been basically the same ones from years ago. It’s somewhat annoying since I know my newer posts are better written and have better photos! It’s just how the internet works, though.

I know it’s the end of the year, but it’s never too late to start planning and organizing your blog posts! It’s especially important to have a plan going into the busy holiday season, and setting up a planning/organization habit now can help you be more successful at continuing the routine into the new year. If you haven’t already downloaded the monthly schedule calendar pages, you can check them out in this post here:

The free blog planner printables for 2018 will be even ‘bigger and better,’ and I’ll be releasing them in just a couple of weeks so make sure to keep an eye out for them soon!

How are you keeping your busy end of the year organized?




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  • Duni November 21, 2017, 00:21

    What a pretty theme! This year we’ve cancelled all holiday plans, unfortunately. But looking forward for a great new year 2018!

    • Natasha November 21, 2017, 10:12

      We’re not doing anything for Thanksgiving later this week because newborns get automatic hospitalization for illness and I’m just not willing to risk going over to someone’s house to celebrate! I hope things go well for you the rest of the year and that your 2018 is a far better year.

  • Sarah November 24, 2017, 09:38

    We don’t celebrate thanksgiving but we are gearing up for Christmas over here! Lovely printables as always 🙂

    • Natasha November 25, 2017, 09:54

      Thank you!
      The US Thanksgiving timing is a bit odd – it isn’t even the same as other countries that celebrate a Thanksgiving holiday. I have to remember to wish my Canadian family a happy a Thanksgiving a month and a half earlier!

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