2015 Blogging Goals

Even though I do put too much pressure on myself at times, I love setting myself blogging goals. They help keep me focused and it’s interesting to look back at the end of the year and see how many I managed to achieve. I had such an incredible year in 2014 that this year I want to take things a step further in order to develop my blog. 1. Stick to my Blogging Manifesto Creating my manifesto was a massive turning point for me. When I look back on my old posts, it’s my manifesto that stands out the most. Whilst I…

BlogNoWriMo

You may have heard of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) in which budding writers set out to write 50,000 words during the month of November. Today I am embarking on a BlogNoWriMo shaped journey – I will be writing one blog post every day for the entirety of the month, in the hope of getting ahead on blog posts so I can have December off to read to my heart’s content. I’ll be using the hashtag #BlogNoWriMo to track my progress, and you’re very welcome to join in too – the more, the merrier!

Blogging and Business

Since the start of September, I’ve been taking Business Studies lessons. Due to having such a passion for social media and marketing, I’m really glad I chose to take the class because I’ve learnt so much from it so far. There are many principles in business that apply to blogging too (if not all of them!), and I’ve found that I’ve discovered so many ways to expand my blog and feel very motivated about blogging since September. I thought I’d discuss a few on the blog today: Non-Monetary Motivational Factors: Since learning about motivational factors, I’ve been able to change them up…