Wanna make this year a success? Here are my ideas!
The great thing about the new year is that feeling of a clean slate. This is the time when we tend to be more optimistic and open to making positive changes in our lives. I don’t know about you but general day to day living can occupy my mind leaving little space for my dreams and ambitions. So, I’m taking advantage of this positive time with these tips for success in 2018. View Post
It’s about planting seeds for a long career…
Blogging is a hot topic. People ask me questions all the time, mainly about how to earn money.
It’s one thing to get some followers on instagram. But if you want to make a career from this (and one with longevity) then it’s useful to make a plan. The bloggers who are big now started 5-10 years ago when things were much easier. Now the rules have changed and it’s harder than ever to cut through the noise and get noticed. I have a personal list of blogging do’s and don’ts – and it’s the don’ts that are most important.
Being you sounds so much better, but it’s hard…
Writing an e mail or jotting down the weekly shopping list. No problem! But writing something meaningful can be an absolute nightmare. It’s easy to go all formal when writing about something which can end up sounding really boring. In my earlier blog posts I used the word thus here and there. I mean, thus?! I would never use that word in an actual conversation. There’s a balance to writing content that’s easy to read without sounding like siri. I’ve been practicing and I found a couple of tips that really helped me out.
It starts with the staples…
There are certain things that never go out of style, denim and leather being two of them. For today’s post I’m wearing an outfit that combines timeless, classic pieces for an everyday, casual look.
I’m wearing glasses from Willems Eyewear & boots from G.H. Bass & Co x Cape Heights.
Blogging from bed needs to be done sometimes…
Roughly two years ago I started blogging and so much has happened in that time. It’s been a real period of growth where I’ve faced (and blogged about) certain issues such as confidence. I’ve learned a ton of skills from writing, photography, editing and even how not to look miserable in front of the camera. All in all it’s been a coming of age. I have more confidence in myself and a better idea about who I am as a person. With all these personal changes the stuff I use to blog has stayed pretty much the same.