You can get a blog up and running in no time at all. In fact, you could have one in operation within twenty minutes if you were so inclined. But there’s a difference between setting up a blog and creating a successful blog. And if you’re going to make an effort to register a domain name and create a website, then you may as well take the additional steps required to ensure that it’s successful.
I love blogging and have loved it for a very long time but the last few weeks have been tough. Instagram is a battle. You spend so much time putting out quality content and it’s so hard to get people to engage with you. Don’t get me wrong, I have some amazing supporters who always engage with my content and believe me; I appreciate that. But, out of nearly 5k followers, you do struggle with the idea that only 100+ ever like it.
The one thing that you have in common with every other person on the planet is that you get a day older each day! You probably don’t notice or think about that fact, and even when you get to a point in life where you do, you don’t give it much thought.
You may not know it now, but some interesting or ‘weird’ things happen as you get older. If you haven’t reached that stage in your life yet, take a look at these top changes you can expect and even prepare yourself for
If you are struggling with depression, anxiety, or something that just feels off, it can be difficult to find the happiness and well-being that can help you get through life and enjoy it the way you want to. You may already know this, but finding peace within can help you change this. But, inner peace is not as simple as meditation and healthy eating (although they definitely help). Besides this consider these approaches to help you feel a little better about yourself and the world around you.
If the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns and social distancing restrictions have got you down, then even the smallest of pick-me-ups can make a
The most affected people by the lockdown regulations are those who stay alone. It gets even more challenging if you have to work from home, which means you spend 90% of your time alone. Even with the less strict physical distancing rules, which make it possible to venture out more often, you still have to mind your health and avoid crowded places or social gatherings. It means spending most of the time alone.
Life can be hard, but it can also be a lot of fun. But it won’t be fun or rewarding if you are doing things in your life that you don’t want to even do. Being someone that is hesitant, passive, or even shy, can lead to many missed opportunities and not checking off the goals on your list. Progress is made when people are bold. If you think about someone that you admire, then think about why and how they got to where they are in their life right now. Were they bold and want to go out and get what they wanted, or did they just wait for an opportunity to come to them?
That takes me onto the subject of this post. As much as I love being in my 30’s and I honestly do mean that. I have found that on my numerous hours of reflections (and I mean numerous hours!) I have found that there are a few things that if I could go back I would do a LOT differently. As much as I try my best not to have any regrets (which is pretty impossible to be fair) I have pondered on what life would have been like; had I had a different perspective in my 20’s .
For over 4 years, I have been subjected to a barrage of vulgar abuse, vile rumours and harassment from my neighbour next door. This harassment has been in full view of my entire street. A street with 22 houses along it, 11 either side.
I know. It’s been over two months since I committed myself to coming on here and writing a post. This time around though; the delay hasn’t been caused by my not being interested, or motivated. In fact I’ve had a massive amount of both of those things recently. It’s more because my life is more busy now than it was before lock down.