I’m a very goal oriented person. It helps me to put things in perspective and gives me a more clear path as to how to achieve what I want. Sometimes I set small goals, sometimes it’s big goals. And sometimes it’s small goals that lead towards a bigger goal. Whatever the case may be, I’ve found that setting goals helps me out and keeps me on track. This applies to many aspects of my life- be it household, money, or blogging. For example, one of my goals for next year is to earn a steady part time income from blogging. Right now it’s touch and go and I’d love to see that become stable. I have a plan, almost in place, for reaching that goal. And one way that I’m going to help keep track of that is by using my own blog goal worksheets.
There are three worksheets total:
- Yearly blog goals for 2016
- Monthly blog goals (to print out each month so you can track pageviews, income, and social media growth)
- Monthly expenses tracker (to track your income from your blog and whatever expenses you have going out)
I may add to this set over time and once I do, I will package them together for you. Any resource that I create for myself I’ll share with you eventually but if you have a specific need for a blog related worksheet, please let me know and I will try to accommodate your request.
One of my other goals for next year is to create a comprehensive blog planner or at least create the components for one. I have the best of intention when it comes to using planners but then- it never fully pans out. Have you ever had that problem?
Part of my issue is time management and sticking to a set schedule.
So what I might do, to help me out, is create a specific worksheet to keep me on track. That way I can set my deadlines and have a better plan for creating my blog planner sheets.
For now, however, I have these printable blog goal worksheets ready for you and hope that you’ll find them of use!
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