Holiday content; a stressor for bloggers that really shouldn't be one at all (because it's the holidays! duh).

Let's get honest for a second here. In the blogging world, holiday content can be in-your-face overwhelming. Endless try-on sessions with "THE 25 SWEATERS YOU ABSOLUTELY NEED IN YOUR CLOSET", enough gift guides to seemingly cover like, 8 Christmas seasons, and all of the holiday decor you MUST buy from Target.

I get it; part of our job is to take part in that consumerism - but also - seeing it in your face 24/7 can sometimes feel like it's a bit much, don't you think?

So here's the thing - we can acknowledge that, and that's great - but it's not going to stop holiday season from coming and going, and it's also not going to stop us from doing what we're on here to do.

I, myself, have gift guides to write, holiday collaborations to work on, and decorations to buy. Kind of a catch 22, isn't it?

Today I'm sharing a resource that has more or less become the glue of keeping myself together during holiday season; my holiday content calendar. I've walked you through exactly how I use mine in the YouTube video below.

Keep reading to see how you can grab this resource for yourself and make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel for updates on new videos!

Save This Holiday Content Calendar to YOUR Google Drive

  1. Open the calendar in Google Drive (you may need to sign in if you are not already)
  2. Click File > Make a copy and rename your calendar to whatever you'd like

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3. That's it! Start using your content calendar, and edit as needed.

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22 responses to “Streamline Your Holiday Content Planning with This Resource”

  1. adriana says:

    Planning holiday content is so important for us all, great resource!

  2. Kaitlin says:

    I have an editorial calendar but have been struggling to organize for the holiday content season. Thank you so much for sharing this! Quick question: is this how you run your normal editorial calendar, too? Or do you have a different style for that? Thanks for all of the resources, Danielle!

  3. Steph says:

    This is the neatest! I have to be organized to keep up with my schedule and this would make it so easy!


  4. Laura says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this with us!!

    xo, Laura

  5. Amanda says:

    This is awesome, thanks for creating and sharing this!

  6. Anabelle says:

    This seems so helpful! Thank you for sharing!

  7. Marlene says:

    What a great resource, thanks so much for sharing!!

  8. Kileen says:

    This is such a great resource and tool to have, especially for this holiday season! Thanks for sharing babe!

    cute & little

  9. Taylor Aube says:

    I use so many different Google tools to help plan my blog and track omissions. I haven’t used their sheets as a calendar, but I’ve been meaning to get organized on a weekly basis so I def need to try it out!

  10. Cathy says:

    Great calendar! Thank you so much for sharing!


  11. Liz says:

    Such a great resource for planning holiday content! Can’t wait to try it out!

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