So, you're a blogger, right? You have a million ideas running around in your head at any given moment, right? How do you keep it all organized? You've (maybe) heard of a blogging planner and thought it was a good idea, but never knew how to use one or how it would work for you. Or, maybe, you've never heard of a blogging planner and you need to know more! Well, here I will tell you all of the things you need to know about a blogging planner and how having one will help you out IMMENSELY!
So maybe you've heard of blogging before. Writing about something you love, or anything in general really. Sounds interesting right? And you may be able to make money from it?! Count me in! But before you get ready to publish that first blog post, there are a few things you should do first. These tips don't exactly have to go in this order, but there are some things that make more sense to complete consecutively. (Like step one should really go first!)
So, you've finally done it! You got your blog up and running! After hours and hours of trying to get that first page exactly how you want it, you hit publish! And then you realize... What the heck am I going to write about?! What will my first post be about? Just like my home page, my first post has to be perfect! The first readers on my site are going to be reading this post. I gotta wow them.
What does depression look like? Does it look like 3 aM nights crying because you just want the hurting to stop? Sometimes. Does it look like lashing out on your friends and family because the pain inside you hurts so much you don't even know what to do anymore? Again, sometimes. Here's what it looks like in a day.
I've been writing online for years, and about a year ago, I discovered that you can actually make money from writing online. The thought instantly captivated me. Doing something you love and getting paid for it? Where do I sign up?! So if you would like to start your own blog, but aren't yet totally convinced, let me explain a little about what it's like.
When love conquers all, nothing stands in your way. Not a cloud, not a storm, not a negative thing.