Hey, girl, hey! I would continue with the “Bible Backstories” posts, but I’ll save that for another time. Tonight, I’m asking you five questions you need to answer to get to your next. First, here are some personal reflection points that sparked these questions.
I would consider conscious blogging as content produced with the reader in mind, possibly based on trending topics. Although I want to be more like that, I’ve used my blog to share my thoughts publicly. I know that my posts are still engaging, I would like to find the time to tweak things a bit to become a conscious blogger. My content will still be faith + family + style. It will have more of what my reader has in mind.
Finally, I have the desire to show up and deliver daily posts. When I first began blogging back in 2008/2009, I was consistent. Yet, as URLs and life changed, my focus waned, and I became more of an occasional blogger. There’s nothing wrong with that—no law said we must blog daily, but consistency is essential whether it’s daily or weekly. In my eyes, with it is an air of authenticity and credibility, and that’s what I want with my readers.
I have a good bit of resources needed to make some necessary improvements. But first, answer these five questions. And yes, this is still for that married SAHM (stay-at-home-mama).
- Where are you with your creative arts?
- Have you assessed where you are in terms of progress, objectively?
- If you’re a writer/blogger like me, who’s your actual audience? Who’s your desired audience?
- Reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki has persuaded me to learn something that will help me reach people better. Are you willing to drive outside of your lane if it’ll help you get to your destination?