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Editorial Calendar in Progress...July


Some days I feel like I am writing about so many different topics that there seems to be no method at all to my madness…but my goal is to actually walk through each part of my day and share some things that I have learned that month. 775 more words

Heading Off To Work

How to Create an Editorial Calendar for Your Blog (4 min read)

Ever sat down in front of a blank screen and thought, “What am I going to write about today…?” Well an editorial calendar is just what that’s for! 489 more words

Writing

The Top 6 Social Media Tactics to Increase Brand Awareness

By now we’ve all heard the argument for using Social Media to reach our audiences. Some of us may even be using multiple platforms in our daily lives to communicate with friends and family. 1,044 more words

Social Media

Summer Editorial Calendar Round-Up: Choosing the Right Calendar/Planner

The doldrums of Summer are here and perhaps your blog is feeling the effects. I don’t know about you, but my blogging experience has proven that summer can be a slow season for bloggers. 738 more words

Blogging

Terri Webster Schrandt reblogged this on Second Wind Leisure Perspectives and commented:

Welcome to my sort of new feature, Reblog Thursdays. It may remind you of my recent “Reblog Tuesdays” but I am tabling that for now. Let me explain… As an adjunct university lecturer, I don’t teach in the summer! These next three months are wide open for me to get busy writing my new book “No Excuses Fitness,” which I have finally started. So, less blogging, more book writing. I plan to reblog some of my older, popular posts that will be of interest to folks, especially to newer readers. I also find others blogs and will reblog those as well. Of course, I will continue to contribute every Friday to the WordPress weekly photo challenge. Please enjoy this post from last July 2016.

May Bullet Journal Setup

Happy May, guys!

It’s about time I do a little bujo update and I can’t think of a better time than the beginning of the month – with a… 707 more words

Bujo