Why It Is Super Important To Audit Your Blog

Bloggers, when was the last time you gave your blog an audit?  If you’ve been following my monthly goals, you’ll be aware that I’ve been “updating” my older blog posts. 

This has been a mammoth of a task as I had around 400 posts I wanted to go back through and check.  While this seems like the behaviour of a crazy person, I assure you it was important.

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Not Everyone Will Be Interested In Your Novel

Do you love every book you’ve ever read?  My guess is, not. 

You may, like me, not even love every book by your favourite author!  And that’s okay (no matter how guilty I sometimes feel about that). 

It’s important to remember that you don’t love every book, that not every story you read will draw you in, not every main character’s journey will affect you deeply.  And the same can be said for your story 

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Why Perfectionism Could Be Stifling You

Do you consider yourself a perfectionist?  Do you constantly strive to do better, be better? 

Perfection is as elusive as quicksilver.  It is the unicorn people desperately search for, claiming to see glimpses of it.  Just need that little more time, more patience and finally, we’ll see it, we’ll reach it. 

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5 of My Most Popular Blog Posts in 2019

Since we are still in January, I thought I’d take this opportunity to look back over my blog and see which posts people seemed most interest in visiting.

I am always working on this blog, planning content, updating old posts, adding to my ever-growing list of topics, listening to my readers requests…so I wanted to see how last year turned out.

It was my best year ever for visitors and comments and I’m so thrilled about that.  So I decided to have a look at which blog posts people really loved.

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Should You Plan Out Your Whole Year?

Planning out a whole year?  Am I crazy?  Well, perhaps.  But I like to take stock of my methods and change them if they stop working for me.

Now, while monthly goals and daily tasks do work, they weren’t having the effect I needed for long-term goal planning. 

I decided I required something more drastic.  *Insert dramatic music* I needed to do “Yearly Planning”.

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