Thank you! I want to thank Arkaprabha Das for nominating me for this award. He has an amazing blog about travel, lifestyle, food and more. Be sure to go over and check out his blog by clicking here. Rules: 1. Thank the person who nominated you with a link to their blog. 2. Make a [...]
I want to thank Natalie for nominating me for this award! Or rather I should say Dr. Natalie (congratulations girl!!). She has an amazing blog with posts about travel, mental health, books and much more. Be sure to check out her blog by clicking here. The rules: Thank the person who nominated you. Tag the [...]
As a child I'm sure that you had that one big dream? A dream that you always wanted to make real? Possibly this dream was to be a doctor, perhaps a King, or Queen of an intergalactic galaxy. Well, whatever the dream is--No matter how Real, or Fictitious. You can also submit any nightmares you [...]
When most people visit a blog unless they are bloggers themselves they will never truly understand the amount of work it takes to build a successful blog. For that reason, bloggers work often times are underappreciated because most people think we whip blog posts up in five minutes. It is our job to make blogging look easy and although it may look like we whipped these posts up in five minutes I assure you we did not and it probably took way longer than it appears. Saying comments like blogging is not that hard can come off as rude or insensitive and can really hurt someone’s feelings. Want to show a blogger you appreciate what they do? It is really simple avoid saying these things and you are on the right path to showing your favorite blogger your appreciation without even trying.
You’ll never make money– A very small…
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Socialize– Try to talk to other bloggers as much as possible! If someone follows you make sure to pay their blog a visit and leave a like or comment! And be interactive in your own comments section too! Blogging is all about meeting new people from all around the world and sometimes you learn really interesting things from them and end up making great friends.
Edit– Make sure you edit your work at least once and make sure everything is on point because let’s be honest no one likes a sloppy blog. Some grammar mistakes usually go unnoticed but if you are particularly bad at something make sure to double check it! Having a more neat and coherent blog can really help you increase traffic and followers to your blog too!
Reach Out– Don’t wait for people to visit your blog but rather go visit theirs! You can follow…
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It’s never too late for some Monday motivation!!
“We won’t be perfect. It will be challenging sometimes & we will get frustrated, possibly even overwhelmed with anxiety. That’s to be expected when you have goals and aspirations and passions in life — but the end result will be: a sense of accomplishment, a sense of progress, a sense of productivity and growth. All of those things will come if we DO WHAT WE SAID WE WERE GOING TO DO. ” Sha-lon Moss
“Do what you said you were going to do”
In other words, whatever it is you said you would do, that you have to do, that you want to do – DO IT!
The problem is we get caught up on words, we say things but have a difficult time putting forth the action – for example: “I want to open my own gym”, that’s something someone wants to do, but the problem is, they aren’t doing anything about it and if they are doing something — they are running out of patience and not seeking the help they need to make that into an action; in turn, giving up or complaining. I realize owning a gym would be difficult for most people (expenses, responsibility, learning the business side of things, taking a risk, seeking employees, etc. BUT it is POSSIBLE. Maybe in the moment it seems like a…
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