Like starting any other business, it takes loads of confidence to really get going and to attract clientele so that you can make that business successful. This is absolutely no different with starting a blog if you intend to make it successful, helpful and entertaining. I know that when you are first getting started with the whole process of opening up about whatever topic you have chosen to produce content for it can be difficult to write and feel confident about anything you are saying - you may even think twice before sharing your posts with anyone, anywhere despite knowing that getting eyes on your posts is also vital for success. This is exactly why building your confidence as a blogger or online business owner is super important to becoming a pro in your chosen niche and gaining the attention of a devoted audience. Let's discover 4 great ways to start making you more confident about your blogging abilities so that you can share your thoughts and expertise with others through a great blog that you are proud of and potentially add another income to your life.
So many mothers have lived that heartbreaking feeling of seeing your child hungry and having nothing and no way to feed them - even if only for one night, this feeling can tear a mother to pieces ...
There are always tiny things that bring sunshine in to my life even on dark days, but it can take a crap-load of effort to attempt to find happiness during moments of despair or feelings of failure which can often lead to depression. They say "laughter is the best medicine" and that is indeed true - but when even a laugh commands more effort than you are willing to give during these moments - I have found that it is first best to at least find your smile.
Ever notice how the words "anxiety" and "depression" are almost always together? Being anxious can be very stressful, and consistent stress often leads to depression; and depression is not a cool place to be. Depression can happen to anyone no matter how happy they may appear; I know first-hand the hopeless, dark feeling that is… Continue reading PRACTICING PATIENCE: REDUCING STRESS A LITTLE BIT AT A TIME