Today is the last day of my my blogger advice series! I hope you guys have been finding it helpful! Today’s advice is going to be a little different; these tips are mostly my personal preferences, things that probably not every blogger does, but that have definitely helped me take my blogging to the next level.
The short version: I always get a little nervous whenever I pick up a poetry collection that’s been written by a performance poet. But, in this case, Olivia Gatwood is absolutely incredible in whatever form her poetry takes.Read More »
And Ryann’s Advice series continues! I hope some people are finding this series helpful; sometimes I feel like I’m still a little newbie blogger trying to give other newbie bloggers advice.
This week’s advice post is probably going to seem a little less exciting than the other two, because, as the title suggests, I’ll be talking about some technical, behind-the-scenes things today. These technical tidbits may not be the most glamorous, but they will hopefully help improve your blog overall.
I’m back with a bit more advice for anyone just starting their blog. This week’s advice focuses on something that still makes me feel like a brand new blogger sometimes, and that is my blog posts! Sometimes it’s really hard to know when or what to post, or if a draft is ready to be posted, even if you’ve been blogging for years.
So, even though I still struggle with this sometimes, I’m gonna try to give some tips I’ve picked up along the way that may make blogging a little easier for any of you new bloggers out there.
Today’s award is much needed here where I live. Once winter hits, we don’t really see much of the sun until March or April. So a HUGE thank-you to the rad Rendz @ Reading with Rendz for nominating me for the Sunshine Blogger Award!
She asked a lot of awesome questions, so I can’t wait to get to them!
Happy Sunday, everyone! I hope you’ve all enjoyed the first week of the new year! If you stay tuned to the end of this post, you’ll get the chance to make Week 2 even better by winning a free book!
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