Happy Wednesday, bloggers! If you’re here, it’s probably because you’re a) new to the blogging scene, or b) looking for some new strategies to increase your social media presence. Either way, you’ve come to the right place!
I have been blogging for years now (not always on this specific site—but nonetheless), and I’ve learned a thing or two about what sells, and what totally doesn’t. And because I think we can all be successful in the blogging world, I’d love to share my findings with you!
Hello all! Finals are finally over, meaning that Blogmas is going to get right back on schedule!
My hope with this video is to help even people who aren’t writers become better at written communication—especially since it’s important for every career field!
Hey everybody! I promised a Q&A a few months ago for my birthday and I hadn’t gotten around to it yet, but I figured, no time better than Blogmas! If you’re interested in getting to know the girl behind the blog a little bit more, then read on! Continue reading “20 Questions: Get to Know Me!”
Throughout my experience as a pretty successful freelance writer and blogger, I’ve gotten a ton of questions from you guys asking what I do and how I got here, and since I’ve been doing it for a year now, I figured I have some credentials to finally answer them.
If you’re feeling mentally (and physically) exhausted, your stress and anxiety levels are through the roof, and you feel like you have nowhere to turn, you’re probably on the verge of burnout—and before you completely lose your passion, it’s time to take a step back and figure out what you can do to balance everything you have going on. Continue reading “How to Bounce Back When You’re on the Verge of Burnout—Balancing School, Work, & Relationships”
There is nothing worse than reading a book or a screenplay that is obviously subpar. They seem like amateur mistakes, but even professional authors and playwrights are guilty of lethargy in their writing. Signs of a lazy author come through in narration, format, and theme, sometimes late in careers and sometimes from the start, but regardless, they are huge turn offs for readers and critics. Low ratings on my GoodReads are likely due to these pet peeves of mine that all writers – novice and established – should avoid at all costs:
…or so says the Newseum, a museum showing the triumphs (and pitfalls) of the journalism industry, from print papers to photos, with the goal of defending the First Amendment (notably, freedom of press) across the country and around the world.
I recently visited this D.C. museum with my boyfriend, and, needless to say, my trip was one to remember.