You’ve wanted to start a blog for a while now. But can be so intimidating! There are so many things to think about. And so many technological things to figure out.
However, in my opinion, these aren’t valid reasons that can stop you from starting a blog. It’s such an exciting industry, small things shouldn’t stop you!
So, how do you know you’re ready to dive in and carve out your own space on the internet? I’ve got quite a few ways to know you’re ready to start a blog.
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There’s nothing worse than sitting down at your computer, knowing you need a blog post for tomorrow, and having no idea what to write about.
Luckily, there’s a way to avoid this: planning content way in advance.
Great idea, but how the heck are you supposed to do that? And how are you supposed to remember it all? It’s easy! With one of my absolute favorite blogging tools: CoSchedule.
When you’re a blogger who works full-time, productivity is a huge priority. (Okay, who are we kidding? Productivity is a huge priority for everyone.)
One easy way to be more productive is to speed up the amount of time it takes for you to create your blog graphics. Here’s how I create my blog graphics in 15 minutes or less, without sacrificing on quality or design.
As a career-focused woman with a side hustle, I’ve got a pretty big to do list.
I’m currently working full-time, running my blog, planning a wedding, and, you know… existing in the world. So I’ve got graphics to design, blog posts to write, cat boxes to clean, clothes to wash, and flowers to pick out.
With all of these things in my life, how does one expect to say on top of tasks and not let everything fall through the cracks? Well, I’ve been working on that for the past few years, and I’ve got some tips to share.
Blogging can be such a lonely industry. Most of us sit at our computers, all alone (except maybe a dog or a cat), with no one to talk to but our mysterious “audience.”
While a lot of us have full-time jobs to give us some human interaction, the actual act of blogging can be quite lonesome.
So, what’s a blogger to do? The best solution is to find blogging BFFs who can talk you through ruts, share industry knowledge, and give you a peak inside your target audience.
Believe it or not, blogging BFFs can actually have a huge impact on your well-being. Here’s why.