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    The Most Annoying Things About Blogging

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    When I started blogging in early November of 2016, the main reason was to fill the void of living alone. Sometimes I felt lonely, depressed, bored and a lot of other mixed emotions. In order to curb the situation I decided to adopt a new hobby that turned out to be blogging.

    At first I was skeptical about putting myself out there in front of a bunch of people that I did not know. But as time went by I realized there were far more people in the world who Blog as a career. Realising that I wasn’t going to be alone on this new journey, it gave me a sense of hope.

    Four months later, I began feeling overwhelmed about a lot of things, for instance:

    1. having my blog look a particular way
    2. selecting a niche
    3. coming up with relevant topics that would interest readers and
    4. finding ways of monetising my blog etc

    There came a time when I had hit an all time low and took a break from it all. Re-prioritized my life and came up with the best tips for managing a blog part time. Every now and again I have to revisit this list to remind myself why I started blogging in the first place.


    Here are some of the challenges I have faced over the past four months as a Blogger:

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    Top 8 Tips for Managing A Blog While Working Full-Time

    Blog Management Tips

    Part-time blogger? Yeah sure! But I didn’t expect it to feel like a part-time job! When I first started blogging in the latter part of 2016, I told myself I would stick to maybe 2-3 new posts per week. After all, being employed full-time meant that unless I quit my job this is something I will have to do as hobby. “It can’t be that hard”…I told myself.

    The New Year rolled in and I felt really confident about the work that I did on my blog thus far. Second week February arrived and my daily visitors started to climb. I began overthinking that I didn’t have enough content to keep them engaged.  So I researched some possible topics to write about when facing a lack of inspiration and found this UK Blogger that provided some useful suggestions. Thanks to her I felt confident moving forward with over 100 topics.

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