As I type this, my body sighs from the exhaustion of a day spent by my daughter’s bedside. She’s been suffering from a severe attack of indigestion and it’s taken its toll on her.
Blogging guilt hits all of us at various times through our online lives. This is not only normal but can occur with frequency depending on the kind of blogger you are.
Today, we’ll talk about the main aspects of blogging guilt and how you can overcome them without compromising on your peace of mind.
Most of the components I speak of here are relevant to personal and niche bloggers, but you may find one or two things to help you whether you’re a first-time or veteran blogger.
I love stories. There’s something about the way they build up, collect in a beautiful funnel of emotions and then trickle down into a simply amazing formula of emotions and thoughts for the world to read.
But a story out of demonetisation? Really? You knew this was coming. I mean, it’s all over the news and social media feeds, so obviously I was going to write about it.
Helpful tips are everywhere on the internet. You just have to type in the phrase, ‘Social Media tips for bloggers’ and Google will hit you with a ton of responses quicker than you can blink an eye and say ‘Wow’.
So, why write another post on the subject?
A. Because you can
B. Because you may bring something valuable to the table: your perspective