How would you define a writer? What do writers do to become successful? How come some bloggers have tons of followers whilst others don’t? The answer lays in the things they daily do over and over again, so basically, their habits. Maine we sometimes don’t realize, but what we do every single day is whatContinue reading “6 Habits Every Writer Needs To Have”
How awesome would it be to make a living out with your writings? To sit in your chair with your coffee doing what you love without thinking about the need to go to a “main job” that pays the bills? Well, you know it as well as me that it is possible. There are bigContinue reading “Blog Monetization: Your Long-Term Goal?”
What is your website all about? Is it something specific or is it more general? Do you want to share your expertise on a certain topic or you want to share your daily life? Saturday I wrote about the 3 questions every writer should ask the self and I was mentioning that and the secondContinue reading “Do You Have A Specific Niche? 6 Reasons Why It’s Important”
When you think about this pandemic, which are the first thoughts that go through your mind? Isolation? Death? Punishment? Fear? Whatever it is, it won’t go away to soon, so we need to adapt because we cannot run away from it (believe me, I tried!). So what’s left? If you watch the news, you seeContinue reading “Writers & COVID19: What’s The Impact?”
You’re asking yourself a lot of questions, aren’t you? Otherwise you wouldn’t be able to create anything. But are you asking yourself these questions too? I believe the answers to these questions will shape your future as a content creator because every destination needs a path (and every path has a destination), so with thisContinue reading “3 Questions Every Writer Should Ask To Self”
When you think about writers, how often to you think of them being readers as well? Well, are they? Are you? I believe every writer needs to be a reader just as every human needs oxygen. And when I say reader, I don’t necessarily mean book reader, but more as reader of ideas. Therefore ifContinue reading “Should A Writer Be A Reader? 3 Reasons Why”
If you start analyzing your writings, how many pieces are full of emotions? How do you feel after lying down pieces full of emotions compared to when you lie down pieces “full of” brain? In my previous post, I mentioned some things about emotions, but I believe this topic deserves a standalone post, so let’sContinue reading “Emotion: The Dot Of Every Post”
Yeah, yeah, I know the title implies writers need readers and I believe it is true, even though writing is mostly a solo career. But why do writers need readers? Why writers cannot live solely in their own small bubble?
Do you think about writing in a cathartic way? If you feel better after you write something, then you need to read this! After thousands of broken pencils and tons of journals, I can say I have some experience with writing (but I learned nothing because I kept buying pencils instead of pens).