Hi, and welcome to part 2 of this mini-series on blogging!
Last week and this week I’ll be talking to wellbeing professionals, including coaches, counsellors, psychotherapists, and anyone that looks after the wellbeing of their clients in one way or another.
This week I’ll focus on the scheduling and timing aspects of blogging.
Here are some top tips on scheduling and getting your writing done:
Make it easy for yourself
As human beings, we like to over-complicate ourselves.
I say simple is better! Review regularly how you’re doing and how your writing is helping or making things more difficult for you, and plan your next writing sessions accordingly.
Consistency is key!
More than the length and the amount of posts it is all about showing up regularly for your audience!
Figure out what length your posts will have and how often they’ll appear on your feeds, and stick with it.
It’s ok to reassess, I’ve done that so many times I’ve lost track!
Pick your battles
Make sure you give yourself plenty of time writing and plenty of time to look after yourself
Ideal times to do each aspect of our work and personal lives is important.
I’ll be delving in deeper in to the above aspects.
We’ll also be talking about what else to do with your blog post apart from writing it and posting it.
Plus! You’ll get a chance to ask questions and work together with like-minded colleagues who are starting or continuing their blog writing journey.
Getting your message out there can be fun (I particularly love writing!) and it’s a great way to get yourself known to your colleagues and potential clients.
There’s so much to learn from you. Let’s get that message out!
See you at the workshops!