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The Badass Blog Planner: Your guide to defining your purpose, creating clarity, and building a year of killer content Diary – January 7, 2015
"Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress"
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Sarah Morgan is an award winning web designer and blog consultant. She challenges people to embrace their inner badass by helping them leave their unfulfilling jobs and grow passion-fueled businesses. After quitting her corporate job in 2012, she ran away with the circus (literally) to reconnect with her true passions and now helps others do the same. When she’s not busy training as an aerialist, you can find her on XOSarah.com inspiring her readers to turn their passions into a job they love and build strong, successful brands online.
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Unfortunately I'm probably going to have to keep this since return shipping isn't free (why not, Amazon??), so it'll cost almost half of what I paid, making the return pointless. The two star rating is for the attractive cover and clean design, I just wish it had a lot more to offer.
Although I don't think this planner is suitable for brand new bloggers, I also don't think it is for very well established bloggers, because I think a lot of the things being tracked are likely already tracked and planned in other ways by experienced bloggers. If you've been going at it for a few months and are concerned that you're not super organized in terms of tracking where you've come from or planning where you are going, this would be an excellent planner for you to try out.
In the end I decided on the EPIC Blog Planner. This allows me to really plan where I'm going with my blog, lay out an editorial planner, etc., without needing to have anything to compare my progress to.