18, 02, 2016
Not only does it have everything a standard diary would include, there’s also a Monthly Ideas Space, Content Planner, Monthly Stats Tracker, Blog Roll, Twitter Chat Schedule, just to name a few. You have to wait 3-4 weeks for delivery as it’s made to order and printed in Germany, but it couldn’t be more worth the £29.99 I paid, and you can pick the month that your diary begins. You can choose between a hardback or paperback, choose between their cover titles or you can even pick your own, so you could have your blog name across the front. My front cover was a special edition across the Christmas period, and each month has an illustration included too. You don’t even have to get a Blog Planner; they also have Day Planners, Menu Planners, and To Do Lists, so they cater for different types of bloggers.