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Have you ever thought about starting a blog?
I thought about starting a blog for a long time. But I didn’t know where to start. I spent a year researching things, learning as much as I could. Then I finally bought my domain name and found a host for my blog. I spent another year figuring out the tech stuff.
If you want to earn income from your blog, self hosting it is the way to go as you have complete control. So don’t go the easy route of using a service to set your blog up for you, as all the money making options may not be available to you in the long run.
My blog is now approaching 2 1/2 years old, and I can finally say I have begun earning monthly income from it.
I have created a blogging resource page, with some of the courses I have taken, and some of the tools and websites I recommend. Check it out!
Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have questions! I LOVE teaching people! Weather it is gardening, food preservation, chicken keeping or blogging!
How to Get Stuff Done
Are you a planner? List maker? Do you love checking off those little boxes as much as I do? Than you need this planner.
A little bit about how I use it. Each page has a To Do List on the right side of the page, and an hourly schedule on the left side of the page. I like to color code my to do list. Gardening stuff in green, Blogging stuff in purple, Household stuff in red, etc.
Than I just carve out time blocks for those categories, in the hourly schedule. If I have a lot of blogging stuff to do that day, maybe the morning is marked Blogging in purple. After lunch, I might put an hour of Gardening in green and 2 hours of Household in red.
I love how each page has a Top 3 section at the top, to help you prioritize things that MUST get done that day. There are also slots at the top to mark down if anything is due, your dinner plan, dollars and a don’t forget area. There is also a big section at the bottom for miscellaneous notes, and a smaller section for Daily Gratitude.
This is the best laid out daily planner I have ever seen and cannot recommend it enough! There are also lots of other goodies throughout the planner, but the daily planner aspect of it is where I needed the most help.