Motivation in the modern age of social media; keep your social media feed positive by following inspirational influencers.
Fifty Blogmas post ideas
Hello, my fellow bloggers! Blogmas is a fun and exciting but also sometimes stressful event that all bloggers can participate in. If you have never heard of Blogmas the rules are really very simple. You publish one new blog post every day from December first to December twenty-fifth. It is a lot of fun to write twenty-five Christmas themed blog posts, but it can also be hard to come up with ideas for all those posts. I've only done Blogmas once but I'm looking forward to participating again this year. I have decided to write this list of Christmas themed post ideas to help give bloggers (including myself) who are in need of some Blogmas inspiration for December. Without any more delay here is a list of fifty ideas for bolognas. I decided to do fifty items because not every idea on this list will be a good fit for every blogger. Some of these ideas will also work vloggers who are doing Vlogmas this year. I hope this inspires you to have a very merry Blogmas.
Don’t Tune Your Recommendations
Every morning I open social media hoping to read something new, cool, and refreshing. But all platforms already know my interests so I see half of the articles about programming and half about writing. That's it. I could go ahead and tune my recommendations adding a few more topics, but do I really know what I want to read?
Yes Theory’s Marketing is Top Tier and Underrated
Yes Theory has changed millions of lives over the course of a few years through inclusivity and an embrace to “seek discomfort.”
Motivational Monday - Mark Zuckerberg
Starting out Mark Zuckerberg was born on 14th May 1984 just outside of Manhattan in New York City. He was the only son of his parents Edward and Karen and growing up with three sisters he was deemed ‘the prince’ of the family. His home life was comfortable, they were all well-educated with his father a dentist and his mother a psychiatrist and later a stay-at-home mother.
Become A Vocal Facebook Group Member And Bathe In The Positivity
Although this is a positive post about the positivity of being a Vocal Creator, many are attracted by the possible prizes from the Challenges. The bad news is that this is effectively a lottery , you pay your ten dollars a month, you can enter your stories and the chances are it will not even be in the top three no matter how good your story is. However you get paid for reads and the 0.4c a read goes up to almost 0.7c a read for a Vocal+ member. Again the bigger your reader base and following the more you will get but I am not going into that there are plenty of better advisers on getting seen and SEE and here is my own piece. As a Vocal+ member you can withdraw when you hit $20 instead of the $35 for basic Vocal members.
Cross Country Motivation
Motivation In high school, that became the worst word ever during the summer. Cross country was hard already. Waking up at 5 o'clock, just to be at school at 5:30, just to sit and wait for our coach at 6, just to listen to a speech that lasted till 6:45, just to start the run at 7, to take an hour or more to finish the run, then to do core before we were released. Does that sound fun to you?
Using Images in Writing
The world is full of stimulation. Curiosity often leads to pursuits. However, in the world of excess information, the work for an author has become challenging. Reader curiosity must be sparked, or the author will only be raising the voice to the wind trying to stand out in a constant rolling data feed.
Social Media: Boon or Bane?
WAIT! WHAT?! You don’t have a social media account?! So where do you live? In a jungle or a cave? Man, how are you even alive in the the 21st Century?
Making a difference a post at a time
I don't have a job. So why are you entering this competition I can hear you ask. Two years ago, I received my autism diagnosis. I was already a part of many autistic-led and neurodiverse Facebook communities for several years, but hearing those beautiful words of validation, that I wasn't broken, just different, ignited a fire within me. I had spent so many years under the umbrella of mental health, spent years feeling invalidated and passed over. I took the meds, I did therapy, and still, something wasn't right. I'd spent years feeling lost and useless, worthless, nothing to offer. The validation and acceptance I found with other autistic people began to change my life. Following autistic advocates prompted almost daily epiphanies...finding my people with whom I could yell ' ME TOO' loudly and proudly. These people, these shared experiences, saved me.
Preparing your Ecommerce store for a successful holiday season
Before the season sales come preseason jitters. Weeks before the next holiday, eCommerce stores make preparations to see sales numbers increase with the spike of traffic that accompanies holiday cheer. However, said businesses often fail to account for weak infrastructure. And this often causes websites to crash with the increased load.
Which Kind of Influencer Do You Want To Be?
Right now, I am sitting in front of the beach on a chic bohemian hostel on the Caribbean coast of Colombia. And what do I see? Well, except for the ocean I see many beautiful women taking selfies of themselves. Fancy clothes, extensive makeup, forced smiles, well-known posing. Some even have their own photographer with a very expensive camera.
I Spent Every Day on Social Media for 6 Months
Nowadays, social media has become second nature to us. We spend more time on our phones using social media apps than talking to our loved ones. An average American picks up their phone 96 times a day, which is every 10 minutes.