What A Month Of Blogging Has Taught Me

Just a quick thing to say before we get into the actual blog post, buttttttt – I HIT 200 FOLLOWERS TODAY! I am super thankful for all 200 of you, and putting up with me for 30 days. You guys are seriously amazing.

  1. You Will Never Not Get That Anxious Feeling Before Hitting ‘Publish’
    Now, I assumed this would go away after my first few posts. It doesn’t. Every time I go to press ‘publish’, I do tend to freak out. What if no-one likes my post? What if no-one reads it? What if I get a lot of hate? A month of blogging hasn’t stopped these questions going through my head, and I doubt they will ever not be there.
  2. The Blogging Community Is Amazing
    Before I had my site, I thought that all bloggers were out to get each other and try to ‘compete’ against one another. This isn’t the case at all. Every single person I have spoken to, or has left a comment, or has sent me an email has been incredible. There is a real sense of family, and I instantly felt welcomed.
  3. Quality Over Quantity
    Now, I am trying to post something new everyday, BUT, If I’m not in the mood to write a blog post, I won’t. I can even tell in my own writing when I’ve forced myself to make a post, and if I can tell, so can my readers.
  4. Just Have Fun
    For me, I started blogging as a way to pass the time whilst I was bed bound, and potentially turn it into a business. I have not only learnt so many things from the people I follow which I am grateful for, but I’m also having a lot of fun with it. If the fun stops for me, I’ll stop blogging.Blog signature