Heads up: In the words of the Mega-Reverend John Oliver, I’m not getting paid to say this. I’m just a fan.
Many of my readers and Instagram followers have been asking me about how to do things like set up successful blogs and accounts lately.
As you may or may not know, blogs and social media are things that I do both on my own time and at my full-time job. Which means that I usually spend a lot of time coming up with systems that can make my life as easy as possible.
Continue reading “Why I, an Independent Blogger, Love CoSchedule”
In the last few weeks, I’ve had a few different people ask me about any advice I have for people who want to start their own blogs.
One of them even said I’d inspired her to start her own blog, which was both super sweet and a little surreal because I don’t really think of myself as being a Successful Blogger, just a girl who’s here to rave and occasionally rant about video games and other nerdy things.
I like helping, though, so I sat down and started thinking of what advice I did actually have to give someone who wanted to start out just like I did a year and a half ago. Continue reading “The Girly Geek’s Guide to Blogging”
Today, I sat down to start writing in the foulest mood.
I was running on maybe four hours of sleep, three cups of coffee, and a minimal amount of food because I forgot to go grocery shopping or just adult in general.
I had some ideas I wanted to write down, though, so I plugged in my headphones, stretched my hands, and got down to business. Continue reading “Celebrating a Year of Blogging”
Last week, someone mentioned to me the idea of writing a blog post about balancing working a full-time job and blogging. I was going back to work after six months, so I knew I was a little out of practice.
I figured this week would be the perfect test of my balancing skills.
I dropped the ball. Continue reading “A Week in the Life: On Balancing Jobs and Blogs”
Now, I know this is a little off-topic, but bear with me.
The only hint to this so far has been a pithy one-liner in my bio, but my day job involves a whole bunch of writing. Which means that I’m very familiar with the fact that once in a while, writer’s block happens.
I’ve actually been struggling a lot lately to come up with good things to talk about, and although just starting this post has given me about a million ideas, I’m committed now. Continue reading “Confessions of a Gaming Blogger”