Blogging should be a thing of joy.
Rather, many uninformed people and newbie bloggers think it to be boring – or an activity that is way out their league. Also, many bloggers find themselves struggling to experience the blogging bliss.
To experience the blogging bliss, here are 3 reliable tips for you.
At a glance:
- Stop envying other bloggers.
- Set your own blogging goals.
- Enjoy your blogging journey.
1). Stop envying other bloggers. The reason is because you don’t know their own reason for starting up their own blog(s). If you’ve got to do your own thing, then do it. Stop waiting for permission to start your own thing. There is never a perfect time to start up a blog – but there’s a better time to raise capital for a corporate blog network.
2). Set your own blogging goals. The reason is because every successful blogger out there has his or her own goals set for a particular period of the year. You can set your own goals. Your own goals for your blog should be:
- Short enough to be clearly written down on a handkerchief;
- Reliable to point that anyone can read it and see the same thing you see in your mind;
- Time-dependent so that you will identify resource bins (that may come in the form of fake friends) and remove them from your life;
- Challenging enough to spur you into bold action;
- Achievable within the time you set;
- Positive enough to get you excited about the outcome of your focused efforts;
- Flexible enough to accommodate the set-backs and frustrations that may happen in reality;
- Okay enough to allow your daily activities to fall within the acceptable level of stress limits that your body can healthily accept.
3). Enjoy your blogging journey. It’s because blogging is fun – irrespective of your own point of view. Imagine the thrills of worrying about deadlines, thinking of your audience, worrying about what people will say in the comment section. All these making blogging an exciting, romantic adventure. I’ll even say that it’s a good profession that makes your heart race with excitement. And of course, not everyday will feel good. But that’s natural. It’s your responsibility to be happy with what you do and where you do it. If it ain’t fun, don’t waste your life. You will never be younger than you currently are today. Enjoy the moment.
Every Blogger is a CEO
As a blogger, Blogging Bliss is when you begin to accept the extent of your interests and your ability to coordinate and manage resources to transform your blog in to an audience magnet.
If you do this right, you’ll be glad you write a blog. You’ll also be happy about the work you do. It doesn’t have to be as big as any CNN blog or TechCrunch.
What matters is that you love what you do.
In line with the message in this post, I’ll list out a sample from the millions of blogs that are lovin’ their thing.
- Let Sleeping Poodles Lie
- True Say
- Ava Maried Oodles
- Couples Chronicle
- Harsh Reality
- Kendall F. Person, thepublicblogger
- Fred Colton
- Jeff Goins
- Linda Ikeji Blog
- All Thoughts Work™ Outdoors
- Through Mirrored Lens
It takes acceptance and endurance to reach the point of blogging bliss. I encourage you to write your blog in the style that makes you smile.
P.S. – If you’ve got a thing or two to say about this post, please feel free to express your feelings in the comments. It’s also okay to include a link to a blog (or two) that makes you proud of bloggers and the blogosphere as a whole.
It doesn’t matter the topic of the blog, just feel free to include them into your comments.