Hey friend! Just a quick one from me today to let you know that I have a brand new freebie in my freebie library for you to download and check out. If you’re a member of my mailing list then you’ll also have received an email. But if not and you want access to this new freebie and ALL my others (there’s lots), then you can sign up here for access.
My latest freebie is 3 sheets of awareness days throughout July, August and September to help you plan your blog and social content.
I started with July (instead of June) because I know a lot of people work and schedule ahead of time. This way it will give you time to plan which awareness days and weeks you’re going to be creating content for, without rushing to get anything out.
I love using awareness days to create content around. My two recent ones were:
- National Walking Day: 8 Ways To Walk More & Enjoy it In 2022
- National Banana Day: 9 Yummy Recipes To Try
As well as getting seasonal with your content, using these specific days and weeks is a great way to come up with new and fun content ideas, such as sharing polls and questions on Instagram stories.
There are a whole bunch of different types of awareness days and weeks included in these sheets. Some are for more serious topics, others are more light hearted and fun.
But I wanted to include a range of different things to suit different bloggers and niches and hopefully give you all some ideas of some upcoming national and intentional awareness days that you can utilize on your blog!
If you’re a member of my freebie library already, then head straight to the library here to download the freebie! If not, sign up to my mailing list here, to receive the password to the library and access to ALL my freebies plus regular updates from me in your inbox.
Wondering how to create content for awareness days? Here are some ideas:
- Create polls on Instagram stories
- Share your own experience of a specific awareness day
- Share other people’s experiences
- Share a collection of posts about the same day from other bloggers
- Start a conversation on Twitter or Facebook
- Schedule pins for a blog post about the awareness day