Download My 2014 Editorial Calendar!

I probably write every day of my life. It’s my passion. It’s also how I make my living.

The truth is that some days I just don’t know what to write. I may not feel inspired. Or my mind just goes blank.

It happens to a lot of writers. Not knowing what to write. And I hear all the time from entrepreneurs who are trying to get messages out via newsletters or their blog that coming up with good content is just not their focus.

editorial calendar 2014

That’s why I decided to share my very first editorial calendar last year. I’ve always found that looking at each month as a whole helps me develop themes for my writing and to plan ahead for content, whether it’s for my (or a client’s) blog, a newsletter, article, etc.

My 2014 Editorial Calendar is completely updated with many new writing prompts for you to use throughout the year. From wacky holidays to awareness months, I’ll provide you with ideas and resources to use for your blog posts, newsletter articles or whatever else you might be writing. 

As an added bonus, writing relevant and timely posts will also help with better search engine optimization (SEO) for your website or blog. My posts on International Lefthanders Day and International Bacon Day always get great traffic. And World Toilet Day was a big hit this year as well!

If you subscribe to my monthly newsletter, you already got a link to access the 2014 Editorial Calendar. If you’d like to check it out, you can download it for free when you subscribe today. Don’t worry, you can easily unsubscribe at any time if you so choose. I try to keep things simple. I send the newsletter out on the first Friday of each month and include a writing tip, a simple way to give back and the best of the blog from the previous month.

Oh and if you use my 2014 Editorial Calendar for inspiration, please tweet me links to your articles. I just might share them on my blog, newsletter or over my social media channels!

Have you used an editorial calendar before?

Perspective

If you see the world in black and white, you’re missing important grey matter.  ~ Jack Fyock

The dandelions are popping up everywhere. Some see weeds and get annoyed. Others might see food. To a kid, the dandelion is the perfect flower to pick for mom because of its abundance and bright yellow color.

I can’t say I have ever had much use for a baster. I’m not too fond of turkey or other foods you might need to baste.

To my three year old, a baster is a hot lava shooter. And when it cracks, you need to buy a new one. Can’t have the lava leaking out.

Sometimes, it’s nice to stop and consider the perspective of a three year old. Or maybe just act like one.

Just thought I’d give you a little reminder.

Photo Credits: Dandelions by carlosleafs; turkey baster by Christopher Wallace

Philanthropy Friday: Making Change

My mother-in-law shared this video with me earlier this week. If this isn’t creative microphilanthropy, I don’t know what is.

Take 10 minutes to watch this video. I promise it will inspire you.

Happy Holidays to all!

Each Friday, the another jennifer blog shares stories of those who incorporate philanthropy into their everyday lives – personally and professionally – in a creative and unique way. If you have a story you’d like to share, please email Jennifer.

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