We All Live In Spreadsheets

If you spend as much time as I do in spreadsheets, you’ll want them to look good! These templates are set up using Google Sheets and they are free for you to use, if you’d like!


Template: Blog Editorial Calendar

If you need to plan a year’s worth of content at a time, you might find this handy. I used this layout at THD for years! Use columns to organize posts by Type, Author, and Status. This easily prints in either landscape or portrait mode for team meetings.

FEATURES

Calendar view by Fiscal Week. Use one row per planned blog post. This template uses hidden numbers in the gray horizontal rows, which enables you to re-sort the sheet as you like without ruining the ability to format it for print with the handy Fiscal Week rows.

To use this template: 1) Click on the button below, which will open the document in Google Sheets. 2) Under FILE > MAKE A COPY. 3) UNDER the tab labelled TEMPLATE, select DUPLICATE.


 

Template: Weekend Trip Planner

Ok, so you may not spreadsheet your weekends. Which is FINE, I guess. But when traveling or hosting friends, I like to draw up a quick spreadsheet of ideas, meals, and activities. Here’s a template I drew up for a friend’s Thanksgiving visit.

FEATURES

Use the double column layout to plan your activities by location. Super useful if you’re hopping around the Bay Area. Scroll down to create alternate plans, such as visiting the Aquarium on a different day.

To use this template: 1) Click on the button below, which will open the document in Google Sheets. 2) Under FILE > MAKE A COPY. 3) UNDER the tab labelled TEMPLATE, select DUPLICATE.


 

Template: Multi-City Planner

If you’re planning a really long roadtrip or a multi-city tour, you’re going to need to get organized. Here’s the template for planning a multi-week trip.

FEATURES

  • A bright card per day. Each day has a STARTING and ENDING location. Keep track of where you’ll wake up.

  • Track Hotel Reservations Numbers, and Hotel Amenities. (Useful if you’re in rural area with limited access to laundry or wifi.)

  • Plan meals by location

To use this template: 1) Click on the button below, which will open the document in Google Sheets. 2) Under FILE > MAKE A COPY. 3) UNDER the tab labelled TEMPLATE, select DUPLICATE.

 

Thanks for checking out my templates!

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