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Blog posts are essentially diary entries, right? People want to read what you have to say, and this template gives you an organized, simple way to say it. So go ahead—extol the virtues of The Good Place, share your hot take on 2020’s bread trends, or write down your goals for the week.



Helena and Carlo gave us perfect example of an open sourced doc. Instead of repeating the same recommendations to different people or sending folks to Google, they created a home for all of the must-see places in their favorite cities.



The Charles Wright Academy in Tacoma, Washington, wasn’t about to let a global pandemic stop their students from continued education. Instead, they designed a doc for all-things learning—and contact information for their teachers, just in case.




A homepage, a list of blog posts, an about me page—Raul’s online garden of energy-giving ideas is a blog in the most classic sense.

Templates you might find useful

Organizing—whether it’s a doc or your room—can be daunting. Especially when you don’t have the right tools. Here are two of our go-to templates that make clean-up quick and easy:



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