Instead of writing a typical blog about social media and blogging, I’ve decided to share what my day-to-day work life looks like.
For those who don’t know, I’m a digital marketing coordinator, which essentially means I write different types of content (social media, blogs, newsletters, etc.), schedule content, communicate with clients, and a lot more.
The industries I write for range anywhere from roofing to technology to different types of nonprofit organizations. What I love most about this is that I retain a lot of random information from multiple industries.
Follow along with me while I track a Tuesday from a recent week!
Typically, I attend a Sandler Training class at 7:30 AM on Tuesdays, but in the week I’m using as an example, there was no class.
Wake up without hitting snooze (hurray!), then got ready for the day, fed my cats, and headed off to Starbucks.
Get to work and sat in the car to finish listening to my song. Anyone else do this? Then, I grabbed my three million bags, coffee, and my purse, and scurried into the office from the cold.
Turn my space heater on (I do this every single day, even when it’s warm outside), plugged in my laptop, and checked my email.
Log into T&S social media, view notifications, respond to comments, and engage with followers.
Work on T&S content, including this blog! I also heated up my breakfast bowl and ate it while working.
I work hybrid on Tuesdays, so I headed home for lunch and the remainder of my day, and then made some last-minute client edits.
Ate a sandwich and a package of moon cheese. If you haven’t tried moon cheese, you are seriously missing out. I also responded to a few emails during this time.
Counseling time! No shame.
I have monthly content meetings with clients, and today, I had a meeting with Andrew Gasper at Palladium Roofing.
Get started on social media images. I write the social media text that goes with each graphic, then send it over to our designer.
Head over to the chiropractor because I have the back of a 90-year-old woman. My body felt immediately better.
Arrive back home and started working on social media images again.
Ate a yogurt and got ready for the gym.
Get home from the gym, check email again, and look at tomorrow’s to-do list to mentally prepare. Adjust accordingly.
Work day is over! Time for dinner. Okay, bye!