Nope, it’s not must have blogging techniques or design elements. I have no blogging tips today; it’s stuff for you! A list of real world items you should have to help you improve/connect with/ embrace your virtual hobby. Let’s take a look vv
1. A plan… If you’re starting to get serious about blogging, it always helps to have an editorial calendar and an idea of where you want to take your blog. Blogging is so flexible and allows for a lot of creativity and exploration, but losing focus all together can cause trouble. Sarah Morgan from xoSarah recently released The Badass Blog Planner: Your guide to defining your purpose, creating clarity, and building a year of killer content (pardon my language; I swear it’s what it’s called), and it looks like a really intense, valuable planner! I haven’t purchased my own yet, but when I’m back into the swing of things, I fully intend to. If it seems like too much for you, buy a regular planner to jot down post ideas and dates in.