Blogging Is Hard

It’s hard. It isn’t easy. I don’t know why I ever thought it was the latter and not the former.

Oh, how bad can blogging be?

It’s not bad. It just isn’t always what I deem to be good. And I don’t always feel amazing when I’m blogging. But I still blog anyway. Because if I only wrote when I wanted to or blogged when I felt like it, there would be a grand total of three posts on here.

And even though I’m lazy, I refuse to be that lazy.

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28 thoughts on “Blogging Is Hard

  1. Blogging is so hard! But I find myself wanting to blog all the time. Lately I’ve been blogging more than I’ve been writing, which isn’t necessarily a good thing, lol.

  2. Blogging isnt hard if you bring to it the right attitude Rachel.

    What you want to do is to not ever write the words “blogging it’s hard” again!

    And instead you want to search your soul and sit and just think before you wait and think about the things you are most passionate about, the things that you love, and the things that you do better than anybody else.

    Once you start capitalizing on your attributes, the words will effortlessly flow from the depths of your soul and mind.

    If you have a specific talent share it with the world.

    When you showcase those things- and you write about the things that you feel strongly about or care about- all of the words will just flow.

    Once you write then you put on the editors cap later.

    Create the best and most extraordinary that you can do and right within your heart and you cannot go wrong.

    Paulette Le Pore Motzko

    1. Yep attitude is everything, especially when it comes to blogging.
      Haha old habits die hard. That’s a good suggestion. Thank you.
      Ah, easier said than done. I’ll try.
      Very true. Sometimes I have a hard time separating writer from editor.
      Exactly. Thanks again for the wonderful comment.

      1. You are so welcome Rachel. You are a great writer with passion. Just remember that and you will live up to your words!

        Blogging gives you experience, exposure, notoriety, and a book list.

        If you want to publish books as I do.

        Do a pre-written outline right before you start your post and ask yourself:

        What is it that I want to accomplish with what I’m writing?

        Who am I writing to?

        What do I want them to remember after I’m done writing?

        You do that and I can’t wait to see you blossom like a flower as a writer.

        Paulette Motzko

      2. Mhm my name isn’t Rachel, but I appreciate the kind words.
        Yep, it can certainly lead to those things.
        Those are great questions to consider.
        Thanks for sharing your insights. All the best to you!

      3. A good friends of mine has the same name. 🙂 it’s a pleasure to meet you Herminia.
        I am Paulette Le Pore Motzko from Las Vegas, NV, USA.
        I look forward to seeing your next blog post, which I know will be easy if you keep in mind the tips I told you. 🙂

      4. I highly recommend reading the writer’s Market magazine, Writer’s Digest Magazine, and get the yearly reiders Market 2016-2017 guides.
        I had no idea what a Blog was and I read my first article about what a Blog was and how to create a web platform in the Newport Beach Library in a Writer’s Market book, almost 10 years ago.

        Now I have 13 blocks but all over the world and Totally Inspired Mind after 6 years and it is read by about a hundred countries monthly.

        I wouldn’t have known how to help guarantee my success if I hadn’t read those books; they’re phenomenal absolutely…. awesome and I read every one of them.

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