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Things Blogging Has Taught Me

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I have been blogging for a few years now. As I look back on my blogging journey I realize that I have learned a lot about blogging. Let’s dive into the things blogging has taught me!

Things Blogging Has Taught Me

  1. I work best under pressure. Sometimes I write blog posts several days before and other times I write them in 15 minutes before I post them. It honestly depends on the inspiration behind the post and the time I have available to write posts.
  2. I can always do better. If you have read my post about my blogging style evolution than you can see how much my style has changed over the years. Every post I am learning how to be better and do better on my blog.
  3. Listening to my readers is key. I have always taken suggestions from my readers. I am very open to what you all want for the content of Caution District. Whether it’s more fashion related post or lifestyle post.
  4. Write or record blog ideas when you get them. My mind goes a mile a minute, so when I get inspiration I need to get it out of my head and into the universe.
  5. Content is KING. I try really hard to put out good content NOT just on my blog, but on all my platforms. I love it when my hard work is noticed by my readers because it lets me know my work isn’t done in vain!
  6. It’s okay to cringe at my older content. I try to make everything very clean, crisp, and perfect on Caution District. Some of older content is from my days in when I wasn’t blogging seriously. I cringe a little everytime I see how half complete the post are. At the same time, those posts are apart of my blogging journey to make me a better blogger.
  7. Handling criticism from online strangers. I have written about me being called out on my blog before and it was definitely eye-opening. I was glad that a reader called me out on my lackluster and mundane post because I wasn’t doing my best at the time. Now before I hit publish I think about if I put my best in the post. If not I will not reevaluate the post before making it public.
  8. Stay true to yourself. I learned to focus on my platform of Caution District. I don’t compare myself to other bloggers. I don’t run Caution District like a regular fashion blog and I love it!

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5 Comments Post a comment
  1. I really enjoyed this because I can relate to it as a blogger too. I can write under pressure but I’ll end up obsessing over details like links, alt tags & descriptions, etc. And I believe blogging has made me a better person, there’s so much to learn everyday.

    May 1, 2018
    • That is so true! Same every little detail I try to get perfect, but I don’t always. Yes I feel blogging has shape me into a better writer.

      May 1, 2018
  2. Woah! Woah! Woahhh!! I’m definitely gonna reblog it (scheduling for tomorrow) ❤ ❤

    May 9, 2018

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