Hi everyone! The other day, I looked at this blog for the first time in a long time, and was so surprised to see this: 611 followers?!?!?! I’m so honored that all of you, at some point in time, decided to click that little “Sign me up!” button. And I’m so sorry that I haven’t been […]
What I Learned From Blogging For a Job (Or How Treating Your Personal Blog as Work Can Increase Productivity)
In my last post, I talked honestly about my problem with procrastination in updating my personal blog. However, do not think because of that post that I am terrible at writing blog posts.
In honor of my dismal behavior these past few months, I have compiled a simple “How To” that would rival any posts from Problogger. Are you a blogger who wants to suck at updating? Then this is the post for you.
In August, when I left my three-year summer job at Subway Restaurants, I asked my boss for a recommendation letter. With three young kids, a loud wife and disgruntled employees to handle, he told me to write it myself. “Just give it to me and I’ll sign it,” he said.