How To Succeed In Blogging Without Really Trying


You probably read this title and thought “What? Is that possible?” or, if you are already a blogger, you’re thinking “No, it takes so much work. Who does she think she is saying you can do it without working?” I am not saying it doesn’t take work, what I am saying is that you can be a blogger without it being an overwhelming and stressful experience.

When I use the phrase How To Succeed In Blogging Without Really Trying, I am not only making a not-so-subtle reference to a Broadway musical, but also talking about making it stress free, without overworking yourself into your own demise, and making it not feel like work when it is work.

I have many projects, including two consistent blogs, and everyone says “Oh wow you must be so busy” or “I can’t imagine how much work you have to do”. And to be honest, I’m not busy and I don’t do that much work. I am, instead, productive and enjoying my time, while still getting so much stuff done.

The point I am getting at is, I want to share my methodology and experience to those out there that want blogging to be a fun and beneficial experience. If you make the process simple enough and efficient, you won’t have to try to get work done, you just will.

Sound interesting to you? Well, good news then. I will be doing a series centralizing on different topics and process of being a blogger, and giving you the try-hard free version. All you need to do is follow this blog, check out the category page, or keep an eye out on Twitter and Facebook for new posts. Seriously, it’s that easy.


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