29 Tips to Increase your Productivity as a Blogger

Blogging Tips by World of Wanderlust
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So you want to blog better? To be honest, it’s kind of an oxymoron that you’re here. After all, you’re procrastinating… right? But don’t go anywhere just yet! Let’s make a deal. Once you’ve read these 29 tips to increase your productivity as a blogger, you’re going to switch into blogger mode and get on with it. If you were looking for a sign, this is it. Read it, share it, bookmark, do whatever you have to do to get your head in the game…. and then go it all to use. Deal? Deal.

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1. Schedule your posts

If there’s one thing we all know to be true, it’s that blogging is an incredibly time consuming hobby. There’s much more to blogging than simply writing and hitting publish. With brainstorming, planning, writing, editing, photographing, posting….. before too long, you’ve spent hours of your time creating one short post. To save time and produce on mass, write your posts in advance and schedule them to publish themselves (i.e. easily done on the right hand side of WordPress). A great way to do this if you’re blogging about your life in real time is to sit down on a Sunday and write 3-7 blog posts for that week. That way you’re only allocating one day each week to crafting blog posts and can send the rest of your week doing things worthy of blogging, photographing, networking, etc.

2. Do the most important things first thing in the morning

This point is more important than most of us will car to recognise. It’s no secret that we are more productive first thing in the morning – as soon as we have woken up and have no thoughts/dramas on the brain. BEFORE you check your emails or social media, consider doing your most important work – whether it be writing a post or a chapter for a book… whatever is most important and requires your complete concentration should always be done at the start of the day.

3. Only check your emails twice per day

We live in an increasingly connected world – that’s no secret. But because of this it often becomes far too easy to connect and much harder to actually disconnect and find ourselves in the moment, enjoying reality. To avoid wasting countless hours pondering over emails, try to only check them twice per day. Once in the morning – check and respond. Once again in the early evening – check and respond.

4. Work in bulk

Whether it’s taking enough photos to last 3-4 posts or sitting down for a few hours to pump out 4 high quality blog posts, working in bulk is often the best way to work efficiently and to the best of your ability without letting blogging impact too heavily on your day to day life. If you’re blogging professionally, chances are you don’t mind when each of your worlds overlap, but if you’re just starting out it’s a great way to manage your time.

Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.

5. Plan, Plan, Plan

If you don’t have yourself a planner – be it digital or the old and faithful pen+paper, now is as good a time as any to get yourself one. Planning each day, week and month of your life will inevitably lead to better practices for time management as you set yourself expectations and aim to meet them.

6. Set Goals

Take it one step further and begin to set (and meet) your goals. Goal setting is a great way to establish your expectations and decipher whether they are achievable. Don’t be afraid to adjust and readjust your expectations, as life will inevitably throw you curveballs.

7. …But be realistic

Have you set realistic or unrealistic goals? This is of course different for everyone as we all have different levels of achievement and productivity, so be sure not to compare your goals to those of others around you. Throwing around numbers and dreams as if they may somehow be achievable if you say them out loud is irrational. Think to yourself, what have I achieved so far in the time that I have had? Is there a way I can be more productive with my time and achieve more in the same space of time? (i.e. hints throughout this post). And then don’t waste a minute more – set your goals & set out to achieve them.

8. Separate Work from Rest

There’s no better time than in the 21st Century to legitimately find yourself with a split personality. It’s important to distinguish work time from rest time and be sure to balance the two. Of course you won’t have equal parts of each, but distinguishing your rest time is a healthy way to ensure you enjoy your down time and relax, so that you’re feeling rejuvenated with fresh ideas when you start again.

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9. Schedule your social media

Once you’re in a great writing routine with your posts scheduling themselves and everything working more efficiently than it ever has before, it’s time to consider your other biggest time consumer: social media. A great way to both grow your social following AND save time is to schedule your posts in advance. You can schedule Facebook posts in advance by using the clock icon in the left hand corner of post drafts – too easy! Twitter can be scheduled using a range of different apps and add-ons – WOW recommends giving Hootsuite a try. It’s free and easy to use!

10. Be aware of your Google Analytics but don’t go overboard

Monitoring Google Analytics to see your traffic sources, behaviour, geographic locations, etc. is a great way to get to know your audience, but it can also be an incredibly ineffective use of time as soon as you start to go overboard. Checking your Analytics too frequently can lead to rash decisions. Check and monitor your Analytics to see what is working (and what isn’t) every so often, but try not to go overboard.

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11. Find out whether you work better in silence or with music

Either you write with your left or your right hand, either you work better or worse with distractions. Find out which one you are of the two, and roll with it.

12. Turn off all other distractions

Even if you do prefer a little background noise, soundtrack, or movie playing in the background — there are some distractions that will never be an adequate use of your time. CASE IN POINT: Mr. Cellphone.

13. Have a Writing Schedule and Stick to It

It may (or may not) come as a surprise to you that many bloggers plan their blog posts a month in advance. This is a great way to visualise your posts for an entire month and see how they will appear on your blogroll. This is also a great way to ensure you’re diversifying your content and in turn keeping your readers interested. But most importantly, a writing schedule will keep you on track and ensure you stick to your goals.

14. Stop checking social media every 10 minutes

 …..oh  come on, you know you do it! Social media has an addictive nature and can easily eat up our time. There is perhaps nothing more that needs to be said than the following…

Eyes on the prize.

15. Read Other Blogs Effectively

 If you haven’t heard of Bloglovin’, you’ve probably been living under a digital rock. This site is the bloggosphere’s answer to productive procrastination. On this site you can follow your favourite blogs, discover new ones, and gather inspiration from bloggers around you. It’s pretty flippin’ fantastic if you ask me.

16. Keep a Minimalistic Workspace

Keeping your workspace tidy is one of the simplest but considerably effective ways to ensure you keep on top of your work, your goals, and achieve more out of the time you allocate yourself. 

17. The Process of elimination

If you find yourself at the middle of the day nowhere near completing half of your to-do list, fear not! You’re not alone. The best mindset is to visualise your tasks as a checklist you can work your way through. But you can also ask yourself — does this really need to be done? Sometimes the easiest way to work your way through your jobs is to simply eliminate them. If it doesn’t need to be done, eliminate it.

18. Celebrate both small and big achievements

 It’s difficult to stay focused without feeling as though you have achieved something… anything! Be sure to celebrate small triumphs, as they are bound to be working towards some overall bigger picture.

19. Do what you love and love what you do

If at any point you become so unproductive with your time that you are endlessly procrastinating from jobs you know need your attention, chances are you need to take a step back to refocus. Be sure to do what you love and love what you do, because nothing should come before your happiness.

20. If nothing goes right, go left

Sometimes things just don’t go your way. One of the best examples of this in the bloggosphere is when you find yourself relentlessly trying to fix a small technical bug in your backend, only to wind up creating a complete mess that feels beyond your control. In this instance, sometimes the best option is to think outside the box and go in a completely different direction. Can you delete the plugin creating a headache? Can you change or upgrade your theme? Can you stop working with a company or contact that is causing you stress?

21. Filter what information you receive

If there’s one question I get asked more than any other, its “how did you start working with companies and brands?”. But the truth is that the one thing you think you want more than anything else (to turn blogging into a full time profession) can also become the most time-consuming and stressful part of your work. Just remember that when the offers start coming in, they don’t stop!!! Soon enough you’ll have hundreds of emails coming your way daily and before too long its not possible to keep up your quality of work alongside all the emails and new tasks you need to conquer in order to stay on top of things. One way you can prevent things from piling up to the point of no recover is to filter the information you receive. If it begins to become a bit too much, consider segregating your fan email from your business email so you can switch between boring business matters and immediately get a boost of happiness going through your fan/reader mail.

22. Find connection in the disconnection

Taking a day or a few days off connection to the rest of the world will do more good for you than you might initially recognise. Switching off completely for a day or two will result in some seriously increased productivity levels. This is a great option if you have a project or deadlines that needs completing ASAP.

23. Focus and Refocus

Your goals, to-do lists, priorities, etc. should always be adjusted. Why? Change and evolution is natural. The best way to keep moving forward is to focus AND refocus.

24. Don’t be concerned with what everyone else is doing

Perhaps the most important and most underrated piece of advice – saved for anyone who made it this far in the list. The primary way you can doubt yourself and your work is to compare it to others – but as soon as you stop focusing on what others are doing (and being concerned that what they’re doing is better) and start focusing on YOUR work, is the exact same moment you will see yourself starting to succeed beyond belief.

25. Outsource

An increasingly popular phenomenon that doesn’t suit all bloggers (WOW is yet to revert to outsourcing), but a very good way to increase productivity nonetheless. If you find yourself in a position to start outsourcing and wish to do so, you can save much of your precious blogging time and perhaps increase your # of posts per week.

26. If overwhelmed, take a break

By this point in the list (and with all the information available on the internet), you might be feeling a little overwhelmed. Consider taking a short break – a few days or a week – to absorb your thoughts and gain a fresh perspective. You’ll come back more focused and productive than ever.

27. What goes in effects what comes out

Ever heard of ‘brain food’ or ‘concentration tea’ —- there’s good reason for that. Its true that what goes in effects what comes out, so take care of your body and it will take care of you.

28. Note your highest priority in life (for right now)

When it becomes a little fuzzy, confusing, or you just feel like you need clarity to remember why you started blogging in the first place. Take some time to consider what is important to you right now instead of what you might see yourself accomplishing in the future.

29. Every day is a new day

Last but not least….. every day is a new day. Blogging should be fun, inspiring, challenging, but always exciting. 

…anything you’d like to add? In what environment do you find yourself most productive? Comment below!

Brooke Saward

Brooke founded World of Wanderlust as a place to share inspiration from her travels and to inspire others to see our world. She now divides her time between adventures abroad and adventures in the kitchen!



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    Drew Griffiths

    April 13, 2016

    I like to listen to binaural beats and use a 25 minute timer – pomodoro technique

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    Will Stephenson

    June 23, 2015

    I found that just not putting myself in situations where I could drink and party as a conventional backpacker might has helped a lot.

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    Wholesome Road

    April 30, 2015

    Amazing tips, WOW! I think most of the could be boiled down to – plan then action the work! Thanks for sharing your ideas in such a straight forward way 🙂 Your work is so appreciated worldwide!

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    Phoebe Hayes Nygren

    April 12, 2015

    Thank you, thank you, thank you Brooke.

    It is sometimes so frustrating starting out in the vast digital world, where there is so much competition. Yet, it is also riveting to be at the forefront of the digital-nomad era because there is so much future- potential. This post is so beneficial to the blogger just starting out(like myself) because it is a real life explanation of what it takes to be at the top of the game (like you). I love your blogging advice and will use it to propel my future career. Thanks again 🙂


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    March 27, 2015

    this is amazing and very inspiring. thanks you!

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    Run For The Hills

    December 24, 2014

    Thanks for theses tips! I have to say though that not everyone works well in the morning. I, myself am way more productive at night!


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    December 7, 2014

    I enjoyed reading your article even if I am not a blogger. Best advice I can give; is working when no one else does; it gives the tranquillity needed for getting things done, although it usually means less sleep.

    Enjoying your work very much, always a pleasure to read.

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    December 3, 2014

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    November 27, 2014

    hmmmm 29 tips.. Wonderful collection . I am sure this can seriously increase the productivity of any writer or blogger. The most important idea that I loved was creating the discipline in whatever you are doing. While researching on the internet I found an article which I would like to mention here.

    6 Simple and Practical ways to increase your productivity. A 3 minute that I loved and has critical points on how to focus and getting things done.

    I loved the idea of “Rules of Three” to focus. 🙂

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    November 23, 2014

    These points are all really motivational, but I think my favourite is the advice about writing several posts at once. That’s really sensible and useful advice!

    Owl Girl | A London lifestyle blog

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    November 22, 2014

    Thank you for all this great info. I can’t seem to work on a post w/out checking my social media and email every single minute! And, I have just noticed that morning is so much better than evening to work on this stuff! Fresher mind! Thanks again for all of this!

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    November 18, 2014

    Great post! Thanks for sharing!

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    November 15, 2014

    As a new blogger i have learned that consistant posting, monitoring social media and brainstorming are not an easy thing to juggle, especially with working a full time job and going to school. I am getting better at planning but this post has helped me tremendously thank you for writing this and for being an inspiration. I look forward to reading more posts from you!


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    Morgan Prince

    November 13, 2014

    Great tips that I’ll be sharing, pinning, tweeting, etc! Saving this post for later to keep referring to (when I’m procrastinating!). Thanks x

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    November 12, 2014

    This has definitely motivated me to persist with my blogging.
    I guess the hardest thing for me, and maybe some other people experience this, is narrowing in on a particular topic. I like to talk about everything! Maybe that will come later on in my blogging life.

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    Chelsea Pearl

    November 12, 2014

    These encouraging words couldn’t have come at a better time during the start to a hard week. Fantastic post!

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    Nancy Mock

    November 12, 2014

    Found you through Bloglovin’ while I was, yes… procrastinating. This is a great, practical, and logical list. I think planning out posts would be one of the most helpful ones for me. Thank you and I look forward to reading more from you!

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    November 11, 2014

    Really thank you for al those tips! A lot of them I already knew, but when you see them again you remember them and know they are good. So thank you, also for the ones I didn’t know before this article.

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    Jennifer - Emerald-Fashion Blog(plus-size fashion)

    November 11, 2014

    Nice post. Thank you for the tips

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    November 11, 2014

    This was great an a little bit more motivation for me when it comes to my blogging habits. I’ve already started reflecting on what I can do (based on this awesome list) to improve my productivity and actually get stuff done for once. Thanks again 🙂

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    November 11, 2014

    Great advice

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    Malonda Rose

    November 10, 2014

    Thank you for this article, really useful. I don’t see something else to add. As I’m a new blogger, I really enjoy reading posts like this one.

    I find myself more productive in the morning. My environment is quiet and I can be more focused. It’s the moment where I can write easily 🙂
    Thanks a lot for sharing.


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    November 10, 2014

    Thank you so much for sharing this – such an inspirational blog! xxx

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    November 10, 2014

    This is a fantastic post – I’m so grateful that it popped up in my bloglovin’ recommended 🙂 thank you for sharing your thoughts, I’ve got plenty of inspiration and motivation to keep going now 🙂

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    November 10, 2014

    Distractions and social media, such hugely important points for me. I like your idea to schedule social media and have a writing schedule -me too! I talk about staying productive, motivated, and inspired as a blogger and/or small biz in my e-course. Check it out: http://shoptalk.lollipopscards.com

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    November 10, 2014

    This was a fantastic list. Some of these things I do already but many were new concepts to me and I felt like the entire list was information and def. helpful. I am even thinking of printing these out and referring to them from time to time. Thanks for a fantastic post!

    rae of love from berlin

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    MB @ Bourbon and Brown Sugar

    November 10, 2014

    Such a wonderful post… I so needed these tips! I featured this post on my weekly round-up – thanks!

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    November 9, 2014

    I´m so happy found you or your blog! Thanks for blogging, thanks for all your tips. For me, it came in the right time!



    November 9, 2014

    Great hints, thanks for sharing! They are so useful! I just might print them out to remind myself of them later on 🙂

    E from Helsinki, Finland

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    November 9, 2014

    So many great tips — thank you! Number 24 is really important, whether you’re just starting out or an established blogger. Focusing on your own work is key!

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    November 9, 2014

    I agree, social media and email can be a real distraction. time management is the key.

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    Jun Ying Wong

    November 9, 2014

    I feel like no.24 stood out to me the most, personally, “Don’t be concerned with what everyone else is doing”. I’ve hit a point in my life where I am starting to do just what I shouldn’t and this post has helped, it is such an eye-opener. It doesn’t just relate to blogging but can be applied to other things in life.
    Thank you.

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    Karen Farber

    November 9, 2014

    This is the most helpful blogging post I’ve read to date! Thanks so much for sharing, it answered many questions I’ve had as a new blogger, and really made me get a grasp on how others manage blogging and life!



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    Catherine Meyers

    November 9, 2014

    Great tips!!!

    I started my blog in 2008 and have been at it ever since. Learned a lot over the years. I write everyday, usually first thing in the morning. I didn’t always write everyday, but since I have kept journals writing long hand for over 30 years, it has now become an important and essential part of my creative process and practice as a visual artist/painter. I don’t worry about what I am going to write about now. I keep my ears, eyes open, and let my subject matter come to me. I don’t force it.

    This year I started another blog http://applerivertarotreadings.blogspot.com as I am a Tarot reader for six years now. It is a wonderful way to study the meanings of the cards and integrate them into my life. I post daily on this blog as well and base my writing on a daily drawn card, and have started my own online and face to face Tarot Reading business.

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    Relaciones de pareja

    November 9, 2014

    Nice post for all the bloggers as we are 😉

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    November 9, 2014

    Really great empowering tips. I personally found the best one to tidy up your space (something i do absolutely not often enough but when i feel so much better).

    Love, Feli xx

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    November 9, 2014

    Great tips!! thank you for advice! 🙂


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    Jessica Valentine

    November 8, 2014

    24. Don’t be concerned with what everyone else is doing
    This is so me!!

    Thanks for the advice Brooke 🙂


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    November 8, 2014

    This is an AWESOME post. Thanks for writing it, truly.

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    November 8, 2014

    I needed this! 🙂 Thank you! <3

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    November 8, 2014

    Bloglovin’ is so addictive!!

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    November 8, 2014

    Great tips. This one’s a keeper. I’m definitely lovin’ Bloglovin, and I never have been in the habit of checking social media more than once or twice a day. My downfall is email. I’ll be working on that one.

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    November 8, 2014

    great tips, especialy the google analytics one. Its so easy to get bogged down in the stats!

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    Renate @ Renate's Travels

    November 7, 2014

    Haha, you got me… I’m most definitely procastinating. I need to stop! Thanks for all the handy tips though 🙂

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    November 7, 2014

    Thanks for sharing! It is always very useful to hear how other bloggers are scheduling and find a way working around and with blogging.
    True it takes a lot of time and it is important to be aware of it as you mention. I was wondering – you might not wonna tell- but can you live by blogging now? Thanks again for this very useful post!

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    November 7, 2014

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    Olga L.

    November 7, 2014

    Pushed “like”, saved, copied and probably need to print 🙂
    Great tips and very informative!
    I will push myself in following them!!!

    Thank a lot 🙂

    – Olga


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    November 7, 2014

    I really enjoy reading your tips every day! You provide really great information on how to be the best blogger you can be, and I really appreciate your advice!

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    Marie @ Marie Away

    November 7, 2014

    Awesome tips! I find that sitting down to brainstorm a bunch of post ideas at once and planning for the month really helps me stay on track. Things change and it’s always flexible, but having that plan gives me something to fall back on when inspiration is lacking.



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    November 7, 2014

    Lovely post! I definitely need to work harder on working in bulk, I tend to get distracted really easily


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    November 7, 2014

    Thanks for sharing such thoughtful tips. I am new to blogging and love reading what successful bloggers have done!


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    November 7, 2014

    Great post!! Love your tips for better blogging!

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    Ashley Wanders

    November 7, 2014

    Thanks for the tips!

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    Vanielle Hale

    November 7, 2014

    Thanks for taking the time to put this post together. It’s very realistic and informative. Most importantly I found it motivational.

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    November 7, 2014

    Great tips Brooke! Maybe a little strange, but I am most productive in the evening when it’s dark out and everyone’s sleeping – no distractions. At the moment I’m in Brazil for 5 weeks and it’s hard to find the time to blog, because I’m out exploring and doing things all the time. But that’s why I’m happy I scheduled posts before I left.. Best way to keep your blog going!


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    Malia Yoshioka

    November 7, 2014

    Many thanks for this post. It’s full of great reminders! I actually found you via Bloglovin’ too – it’s a fantastic service and allows me to keep up with all my favorite blogs now that Google Reader is gone! =)

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    November 7, 2014

    “27. What goes in effects what comes out”
    I think what you mean is ***affects 😉 Good spelling is also part of being a good blogger.

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    November 7, 2014

    Great tips. Also helps if you have an editorial diary to plan out your content on a week by week basis.

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    Kelly @ Endlessly Exploring

    November 6, 2014

    Great post Brooke! I definitely need to be more organised with my blog – time to start planning and scheduling my posts! x

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    November 6, 2014

    So many great tips here! My best tip is to figure out WHEN you work most effectively.
    Before I quit my day job I used to do all my blogging between 10pm and 1am and I thought this was because it was the only time of day I could squeeze it in. But After 6 months of blogging 9-5 I realised I wasn’t much more productive with all this extra time! I realised I work best really late at night.
    I’ve stopped trying to fight it now and regularly take an afternoon off and then work from 11pm until 2am.

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    November 6, 2014

    Hi, Brooke.
    Loved your post and yes, I’m procrastinating right now. I personally blog best when everyone has gone to bed and everything is quiet and I can listen to my music.

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    Yara Miora

    November 6, 2014

    You’re so right about focussing on yourself. It can be so so overwhelming to see other people’s blogs/achievements but we shouldn’t really be focused on that..

    Lovely post!
    <3 Yara

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    Katie @ Second-Hand Hedgehog

    November 6, 2014

    This is a fantastic selection of tips. I’m definitely guilty of checking my social media too often, and constantly being at the beck and call of each and every buzz of my phone, be it an important phone call or just an instagram like. Definitely need to find more focus! As for rest time… would love to find some of that!

    Thanks for sharing. Now I’m off to write blog posts… 🙂

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    Kayti Clayton

    November 6, 2014

    This is a great collection of tips, scheduling posts is so helpful!

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    November 6, 2014

    Great tips!

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