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#Bloggers let’s share our achievements


This is my achievement that I wish to share today. Why? Because writing & sharing 200 posts in one year is a great milestone for a blog site in its infancy. Also, from a personal perspective, it’s a huge leap for someone who is notoriously poor at completing works from start to finish. Every blog that has been posted is, at least, completed.

Sharing Blog Success is a great way of gaining blog exposure and creating encouragement amongst the blogging community.

I ask that you Reblog this post, share and celebrate any success (no matter how big or small) that you have had with your own blog. If we can all do this, while sharing and reblogging each other’s, imagine the excitement, encouragement and exposure amongst us all.

 

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This #Blog post has no titleĀ 

It speaks for itself.

Thank you, loyal readers, bloggers & blogettes.

10 things this #Blogger has learned in a year

1. Blogging is extremely hard work, if you’re taking it seriously.

2. Blogging becomes obsessive.

3. Looking over & scrutinising blog stats becomes an emotional habit, causing mood swings and hostility towards readers who don’t read your blogs.

4. Blogging can cause tiredness, lateness for work and relationship issues due to you staying up late battering away at the laptop keys, meaning you lose interest in your relationship obligations. 
5. Blogging and checking your blog on the WordPress app can make you very unsocial at times, even making you lock yourself in the toilet cubicle at work as you post that amazing blog idea.

6. ‘Bloggers block’ is an actual thing.

7. Other bloggers who’s blog sites are further advanced than yours and have 1000’s more followers than yours, become the enemy, when you’re feeling vunrable.

8. You are excited by blog interaction & wave your phone or tablet in the air at your disinterested partner, anyway.

9. You dream of blog fame everyday.

10. There is no better feeling than posting a blog before bed & waking up to a load of notifications of likes and follows on your iPhone screen.

Do you agree? What have you learned from blogging? 

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