Sometimes we have to work a little harder to think up ideas for our posts, especially if we’re suffering from writer’s block. So, today I thought I’d continue with the blogging advice series I started at the end of last year with tips for finding blog post inspiration even when you have absolutely no clue what to post about. I hope you enjoy it!
I know there are many things that can make us feel like we’re not enough. When you go through a bad breakup, when something really negative happens in your life, when people are mean or don’t understand you, or simply when it feels like you are always drawing the short end of the stick. I’ve been there. I’ve had those thoughts, and I’m going to be honest … they suck. They make everything dull and miserable, and it makes you constantly question yourself and your self-worth, and it often takes something pretty significant to realise that you are enough. But that evil thought is persistent, and I believe that we all sometimes need a little support to honestly believe that, so today I’m going through a few ways that you can practice positive thinking and make sure that evil thought stays as far away from you as possible.
it feels like there are already a million things to get done and staying organised has never been more critical, especially since the next wave of covid has sent so many countries into much stricter restrictions. I think the last thing we all need is the stress that comes from disorganised chaos and not feeling on top of things. So today, I’m going to be sharing a few tips for staying organised and keeping things vaguely together even when it feels like your life has descended into chaos.
These last two months have been a complete whirlwind, but it could not have been more fun and exciting. And scary. There were definitely lots of nerves and astronomical spikes in stress. But hey I’m still alive and very much coping – my first term of uni is drawing to a close, and that made me think of doing a reflection post, going back over my favourite moments, and a few of the exciting things that have happened. I’ve always loved the idea of doing a post reflecting back on the previous month because you get to look back at everything you’ve learnt, all you’ve achieved and remember some really special memories. So today I’m going to be sharing some of my favourites of the last two months with this big, beautiful blogging community – YOU!!
I’m back again with another blogging advice post!! This is the third in my blogging advice series, and today I’m talking about the best (well at least in my opinion) blogging apps and tools to use, because who doesn’t love a good app?
So it seems like people liked the first post in my blogging advice series – yayyyy!!! Hopefully, you all enjoyed it and found it somewhat useful, even though I maintain that I’m still not sure whether I am qualified enough to be giving you all advice … Today I’m continuing my promise to make it a series, and I’m doing advice post ##2 … my ultimate pre-publishing blog post checklist!
Hello everyone! Today I have a very important announcement, and it involves all of you! Be sure to click on the post to keep reading … Blogmas is set to start in exactly three weeks. Hold onto your jingle bells because it’s going to because it’s going to be one awesome sleigh ride!
One of the blog topics that I saw a few people were interested in from the feedback form I sent out was about blogging advice or tips. I’ve always found it both fun and challenging to do blogging advice posts because I don’t think I’m anywhere close to being someone who can give advice to others about blogging (as I’m still very much an amateur blogger). However, it’s still a fun thing to do because I think you can always reflect back on your own experiences and learn something new. So today, I’m going to be kicking off my blogging advice series – 10 posts all centred around blog-related advice or tips, starting with tips for writing a last minute blog post
I’ve never been big on celebrating Halloween, but this year (of all years … yes I’m aware of the irony) I’ve decided to put a bit more effort in it and let me say, just because all the typical ways to enjoy this spooky night of ghouls and goodies aren’t available, that certainly doesn’t mean you can’t still have a fun night. So, today I’m going to be sharing a few ideas for last-minute Halloween celebrations – read on if you dare mwahahahaha!
Hello everyone! Today I’m doing Halloween inspired sweet treats – a step by step recipe for sweet and savoury pumpkin pasties (inspired by Harry Potter) and some spooky gingerbread biscuits! I hope you enjoy it and it puts you in the mood for Halloween this weekend!