Blogging sometimes can be overwhelming. There are tons of tasks, ideas, and topics that will bombard you whenever you think of doing it. I’ve been experiencing it a lot more than what you can think of. Simply because I am an over-thinker.

I tend to get so many ideas to the point that I could just lose them in just a snap. I usually get some pen and paper to jot down my ideas and outlines but I don’t have them all the time. At the end of the day, I’d still forgot about what I’ve been thinking of.

With the help of technology, we are now capable of jotting things down and capture all ideas with just our smartphones and computers.

These said devices are for sure with us all the time, no doubt with that. Having that said, we can make sure that there would be no more missed ideas or topics that our minds can come up with.

There are a lot of apps and different tools that we can use to capture ideas, organize our thoughts, manage our tasks and write down whatever we can think of. However, not all apps are the same and not all apps can do it all.

So today, I’m gonna share with you what I use and how I use it to capture my ideas, manage my tasks and organize my thoughts. We’ll put this in a blogger’s perspective since that is what I do the most on this tool.

I’m sure that this isn’t the first time I’ve ever talked about Evernote. As a matter of fact, I’ve shared in the past how I use it for Bullet Journaling with free templates. Though it was just a simple set up I hope you could try it out as well.

Anyways, Evernote is an all-in-one tool for productivity in any sort of way and today I’m just sharing how I exactly use it for managing my Blog.

When Life Asks You to Bullet Journal on Evernote (With Free Templates)

So how do I use Evernote for Managing my Blog?

Capture ideas

  • I brainstorm topics and list them down with checkboxes in just a single note.
  • Whenever I suddenly thought of an idea, I create a quick note of the topic. It can just be a title, an outline, or some note about that topic. I tag it as an idea.
  • I usually add my readings on the Pocket app, if I find an article interesting I send it to Evernote and write some insights about it. Insights about the topic, the way it was written, and how engaging it was. I wanted to learn how to be better at blogging. That’s why I do that. Hihihi.
  • I use web clipper on chrome or share option on iPhone to copy articles, photos, or screenshots of some resources I could use for my blog.

Write blog drafts

I do all my drafts on Evernote. With the help of the tagging feature, I am able to see and filter my write up progress easily. Let me share with you a simple workflow I use to finish a blog post.

Simple writing workflow on Evernote