It’s not easy blogging day in and day out while maintaining focus on other areas of your life, everything good requires having a sense of inner balance, so that no matter how your day is going, you stay consistent online with your mood, tone, and writing style. Always be mindful of your reader who may or may not know you well, make sure that your bad day doesn’t become their bad day. Always be a support system to your audience. It takes someone who is balanced and even-tempered to help others who may struggle in those areas of their life writing and blogging. Don’t get frustrated with yourself, stay organized. Always keep an ongoing list of blog ideas so you never get stuck in a rut, and blog from your life instead of blogging on topics that help others not just yourself. A blog is not the best place to vent in fact it may worry your audience not help them. Stay consciously aware of your feelings and how they are affecting your thinking and your emotions, if you’re having a bad day, sometimes it’s helpful to think of a positive memory and focus less on what’s bothering you.  “Journaling” is one way to compartmentalize your feelings so by the time it comes to time to post you’re not rehashing everything out loud for the first time without some forethought then later regret what you’ve posted. -Staying centered means, “Centering, refers to your mental and physical state. Centering means to calm your emotions and slow your mind and your breathing to a point where you can ‘feel’ a lot more going on around AND inside you.”  Your “daily rituals” matter, helping you to stay balanced by doing activities you genuinely enjoy to do, or can do without thinking too hard about life, staying organized means doing your chores, exercising, keeping files in your computer tidy, backing up and saving old posts, continuing your education as a blogger online, the list of things you can do are infinite to adding more structure to your life which in turn helps you to stay more emotionally fit and balanced.
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