If you’re a dedicated lifestyle blogger who lives for DIY projects? If you are serious about cooking, renovating, styling, or gardening you could be the Home & Garden Trendsetter of the Year.
The search is on for the next star of home improvement, design and decor.
Tyece Wilkins of Twenties Unscripted once said, “Your core relies on your outer tribe and your inner scribe.”
And y’all know I live by the Danielle LaPorte mantra, “Find your tribe. Love them hard.”
My tribe keeps me going in part because they keep going — and keep wrting. I try to set aside time at least once a week to scroll through the See Jane Write Facebook group and read the blog posts, articles and poems See Jane Write members are writing.
Here’s a look at some of my favorite pieces my Janes published this month:
It’s time for women writers of Birmingham to have a ladies’ night out, or better yet, a BLOGGERS’ NIGHT OUT!
Step away from your computer for a few hours and come mingle with successful, emerging, and aspiring female bloggers in the Birmingham area at this free event set for Thursday, February 9 at 5:30 p.m. at the Wine Loft. (Men are welcome, too!)
If you’re new around here you may not know this, but See Jane Write is not my only blog. I also blog at WriteousBabe.com. Sort of.
To say that I am inconsistent with my other blog would be an understatement. This year I’ve only published 25 posts there. I published more posts than that at SeeJaneWrite.net just last month!
You might be tempted to blame my inconsistency on my busy schedule. With managing a business, freelancing, and teaching, how could I successfully maintain two blogs? But honestly, I think time management has little to do with it.
I struggle with consistency with WriteousBabe.com because I lack purpose. With See Jane Write I have a clear mission and a clear audience in mind and this keeps me motivated day after day. Unfortunately, I can’t say the same for my other blog.
This is why I believe all bloggers should enter 2017 with specific goals for their blogs. (Sign up for my free online training on goal setting here.)
But that’s not all you need to make 2017 a happy new year for your blog.
Here are the three things you need to make your blog successful in 2017:
Can you believe this is the last day of November?!
That means it’s also the last day of the #bloglikecrazy challenge! If you have successfully published a new blog post every day this month, be sure to join us in the See Jane Write Facebook group to celebrate.
November has been quite the month.
Whether you’re looking for a gift for your blogging buddy or writing critique partner or just shopping for yourself, here is a list of holiday gift ideas compiled with women writers and lady bloggers in mind. And feel free to send this to anyone shopping for you this holiday season so you won’t get another ugly Christmas sweater or giant can of popcorn.