In our current generation, there is no denying that A LOT of our time is spent online, we are the digital generation. And whilst I love it - how could I not - my blog wouldn't be here with-out it? It also has its draw-backs. Although hard to accept/admit I can honestly say that I know I spend to much time living through a screen, rather than actually living. Its a powerful thing to hear/think and also quite a scary thought. I have decided to put some focus recently into spending less time in front of a screen, but also finding ways of cutting back the time I NEED to spend there. Here are my thoughts.
Why hello there, thanks for stopping by! If you're a blogger then I'm sure you will know how much every little bit of support can help, gives you a confidence boost and of course, helps your blog to grow. If you aren't a blogger, then please know that the above couldn't be more true and that every little like/share means a lot to us bloggesr! I thought I would put together 5 easy ways you can support the blogs you love, whether you're a blogger or not, It really couldn't be easier!
I have been loving doing these posts (you've probably noticed with 4 in the space of only 2 months) but I just love that A. It makes me read more blogs, something I already love doing, but this somehow makes me pay more attention and B. I just love sharing the love, it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Here are the blog posts that I have been enjoying with a cuppa T & a biscuit recently.
Page Views/ Blog Traffic is something I used to CONSTANTLY worry about. I would check my stats every single day and prey they would be on the incline. I used to frantically search for the best ways to gain more traffic and try/test different methods that often resulted in little change. Now-a-days I take a more laid back with it. I have found a little routine that works for me, using some simple steps that take no time at all. I thought I would write a simple little guide on the things I do.
I no longer reach for Glamour Mag or a book when I fancy a lil' me time, I now head online and hit up some blogs I love getting engrossed in and ending in 22 posts deep, reading articles from months ago. I love reading blogs full of personality, and most importantly that tell a story - I like giggling along with the writer, or sharing a tear or two. I have decided to start a series about the blogs I have been loving, this being #1. I saw the Idea on Fran's blog and thought it was another great way to share the love! Here are 12 blog posts I have been loving over the past month of so.
I am in no way suggesting that my blog photography is the best in the bloggersphere, in fact it's nowhere near, BUT, what I would say I'm pretty damn good at *pats self on the back* is being a major blog prop hoarder- like seriously. I just can't help it, my mind says no but my flatlay says yes, yano? Whack any Marble/Rose Gold/Copper or ooh pretty fairy lights in front of me and I'm YOURS!
The likes of IKEA, Paperchase and TKMAX have made a little fortune outta' me and I thought it was only fair for me to share my fave picks with you guys so you might pick some up yourself, to at least make myself feel a lil' bit better about the amount I have, so thanks!
Whether you've been blogging for 6 days or 6 years, there are some things we can't deny we all do, things that "non-bloggers" would look at us like we're completely deluded..
It comes with the title, and just know, it's okay!
Whilst flicking through my 19 pictures of my overpriced coffee, deciding which had the better lighting, I found myself thinking, when did I succumb to this bollocks? Excuse my french, it's a touchy subject. I decided to ponder why, why do we bother?
I hope this post comes across to you, how I read it in my head, light hearted and certainly over exaggerated (there were really only 15 coffee pictures to choose from). Please don't take it too seriously.
One thing I can confidently say I am - is an organisation FREAK. In life this has its advantages & disadvantages as I need to learn to chill out a little bit. But in regards blogging, it's mainly an advantage for me.
Here are my top tips for how to be an organised blogger!
If you are unsure of what exactly a "Press Pack" is and why you need one or how to create one this post will be perfect for you. Let me explain how a Press Pack can help keep you on top of things & allow you to create quick, stress free relationships with brands.
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