Isn’t it amazing how life can fly by?!?!
It’s only today I’ve realised I have been blogging for a year. In fact, I’ve been blogging for a year and four days because the anniversary came and went without grabbing my attention.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BETTER BUSINESS BETTER LIFE!!
Next week I will share some of the things I’ve learned blogging but for now I wanted to share the most important message: Continue reading
Are you an online addict? Does your partner make snide remarks about ‘not that b!(#*@ computer again’?
Sitting at a computer all day severely strains your muscles even if you have the world’s best posture. It’s essential to stretch. To make time to move about.
When you’re working like crazy to meet a deadline or totally absorbed in a fascinating project though it’s hard to force yourself to exercise.
Enter the Online Entrepreneur Fitness series! Continue reading
Blogging, networking, brainstorming...anyone up for multitasking?
April 18th is Wear Your Pajamas To Work Day
I came across this random fact while reading through Social Rabbit’s April 2012 Calendar of Events.
Not one to pass up an opportunity for some fun, I put the call out to fellow bloggers asking them to send an image of them blogging or their work environment. No specifics were given to avoid the variety of images that were sent from being limited.
Ok, so not really. It was actually a test! Continue reading
Last week I wrote a post explaining why your guest post submissions failed. Today in part two of the series you will learn about recruiting guest bloggers and their submissions for your own blog.
Many of us aspire to it but few people are able to focus solely on blogging.
Regardless of our blogging purpose or intentions, there are usually 194,725 other things trying to steal our attention.
And no matter how much we love blogging sometimes other tasks have to take priority. Continue reading
The ultimate goal of group blogging challenges is usually to post ‘X’ number of times within a defined period.
Nothing wrong with that. It’s a very valid goal.
If we limit ourselves to writing and promoting our own posts however we are missing so much of what the challenges have to offer. Continue reading