10 things I learned about the blogging world.

  1. Its hard ! No-one tells you that or should I say its meant to seem pretty effortless. A huge round of applause to everyone sitting behind their computers trying to get some awesome content up!
  2. We are DIY enthusiasts. Whether its doing things like coding or even getting creative we love to do it ourselves.
  3. Even though we all live in different cities / countries we relate to each other on some level.
  4. Larger pictures are the only way to go.
  5. There's an app for almost anything.
  6. Lists are your best friend.
  7. There really is a golden hour and when that hour comes put everything aside and just let that creativity flow.
  8. Carry a pen and notebook around AT ALL TIMES!
  9. You will learn something new everyday. Bloggers always have their ear to the ground.
  10. The best blogs are those that are YOUnique :)
What is one thing you have learned from the blogosphere?



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18 comments

  1. I've learned that people love "real" posts. They love reading about your trials, your successes, your real life, day to day, "stuff". Because at the end of the day, we are all trying to make it through this one wild life!

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    1. Yes that is true my most popular posts are always the ones about relationships. Odd but true.

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  2. So true ... love it... The other thing is people think every post gets paid for and that couldn't be further from the truth.
    I blog for the passion of writing, sharing, photographing and being creative!

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    1. YES thank you for saying that. It really is the craziest concept. People really just want to believe the worst about bloggers We do it because we love it.

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  3. To be bold and confident and sometimes go out of your comfort zone and be a bit adventurous.

    You are right, there is an app for decry thing nowadays.

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    1. That's a brilliant lesson and could be applied both in blogging and real life.

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  4. Wow Meghan what a lovely post. :) I love these kinda posts, you're so helpful sooo, just in case you've missed this - your blog's been selected as "Blog of the Month" over at my little blog! Read more here: http://ow.ly/ufIQm

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    1. Oh wow yay I totally missed it haven't been online for a week. Will head over in a minute.

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  5. Blogging is really hard, much harder than I ever thought it would be but at the same time, I fee like the fact that I have managed to make blog friends makes it fun and personal and they feel like real friends too! I wish I had looked into blogging a bit more than I did before I started but I don't regret starting it. x

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    1. Never regret starting. We a tight little community nobody gets it but us and when you look back at the body of work you have produced you will look back in pride xo

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  6. I have learned that you shouldn't worry about anyone elses blog but yours. Focus on what makes you happy and stand for what you believe in.

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  7. i need a board to pin & organize my necklaces. i take forever to look for my necklaces these days. as for what i have learn from the blogging... it's a lot of hardwork and takes a lot of dedication to keep it going. and i agree with you that the best blogs are the ones that are unique. thus it's important to stay true to yourself.

    xoxo
    mochaccinoland.blogspot.com

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  8. That is brilliant advice. Just brilliant.

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  9. I have learned that you can only change how you see your own blog, not how others see your blog. So create something that is beautiful for YOU, that way you'll always be happy. :)

    Luzanne | Pink Peonies | www.pinkpeonies.co.za

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  10. Lovely post! I'm amazed at so many talented bloggers. I always say that the best of blogging is meeting so many fabulous bloggers.

    Jasmine xx
    For a Real Woman
    So easy Spanish!

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  11. I totally agree with your list. I'm a book blogger but I'd say that your list is pretty much universal for any kind of blog especially the fact that it's hard. I've been blogging for almost 3 years and it can be crazy!
    -Kimberly @ Turning the Pages
    Thanks for stopping by my blog by the way! :)

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