Are you looking to fall in love with blogging again? Me too!
There was a time when I was the go-to person for anyone looking to fall in love with blogging again. In my city of Birmingham, I was known as “the blogger girl.” One friend of mine used to call me “The Blogger Whisperer” because of my ability to get people motivated to post consistent content. But these days I need someone to get me out of my own blogging rut.
For months, I’ve been bored of blogging and ready to throw in the towel. But instead of giving up, I’ve decided to step up and coach myself.
Today I’m sharing some things I’m doing to fall in love with blogging again in case you need to rekindle your passion for posting too.
Lots of studies have found that people with higher self-esteem and higher self-confidence are usually happier people too. (You can learn about a few of them here.) But I have always believed that this can work the other way too. I believe that happiness can lead to more confidence.
I want to help you get more writing done in 12 weeks than most people get done in 12 months. I want you to try the 12-Week Year.
I tried The 12-Week-Year for the first time last year and ever since then I’ve been hooked on the idea of ditching “annualized thinking” and focusing on setting 12-week goals instead of 12-month, or annual, goals. Even though many of the concepts discussed in the book were things I already practiced, the mindset shift was key. So, when I found out there was a 12-Week Year for Writers I was elated and excited to implement this system with the members of the See Jane Write Collective.
Today is International Women’s Day – one of my favorite days of the year.
International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day is also a call to action for more work to accelerate women’s equality.