All about you. “If your blog is a business, then remember your blog isn’t your diary. Pay attention to your audience more than you pay attention to yourself.” This includes your stories, your opinions, your weekends, etc. You should have some of your personality in there, but don’t make it all about you.
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Map out for yourself what are your goals for the year and then work backwards from that to try to attain your goal(s). They can be things like:
Keep immaculate records. It may not be financially feasible for you to consult an attorney every time an invoice goes unpaid or every time someone steals an image from your blog, but keeping good records of each incident will save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars in attorney’s fees if/when a situation spirals out of control.
Megan talks with food blogger Jamielyn Nye as she talks about the process of going from food blogging to being a published cookbook author.
Blog Title: Happy Kitchen.Rocks Social Media: IG: https://www.instagram.com/happykitchen.rocks/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/happykitchen.rocks About Elena: I’m a food photographer, stylist and blogger at Happy Kitchen.Rocks. I’ve come a long way the past five years and feel very blessed…
Channel your creativity so you don’t become the reason you can’t be your best self. Also, avoid withdrawal, jealousy, anxiety, bitterness and depression because it will limit you.
If you find a good VA, keep hold of them! Most VAs are really flexible with their hours and understand needs vary.
If you want to have more time to create content, film and edit videos or not feel so rushed then meal prepping is for you.
Keep a list of what you have accomplished and take comfort in what you did versus seeing all you didn’t get done.
Megan talks with Alyssa Brantley, who has forged successful relationships with many different Brands and shares her expertise on this topic.