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How I Manage to Find Inspiration For My Blog Post

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A blogger direct messaged (DM) me on Instagram a few days ago and asked me “how do you find constant inspiration for your blog post and magazine”. My answer to her was quite brief. A simple “I don’t know it just comes to me” I direct messaged back. Then I started to ponder her question a little longer…

I prep blog post any and everywhere no place is off limits. Whether I am in an Uber, running on the treadmill and even sometimes in the shower. Creativity and inspiration spark from the weirdest places for me. The other day inspiration struck when I was watching Mulan (I kid you not, Disney movies are the best for sparking inspiration and creativity). I watched her struggle to keep up with the other army recruits. She never once made an excuse for her incompetence due to her leak of training. She got up earlier and put in the time, work, and effort to become more suitable.

Like Mulan learned anything worth having is going to cost you: sweat, determination, hard work, and passion (a driving force). The same values are true for anything you do in life. Whether you want to start a blog, business, or simply begin a fitness journey.

How I Manage to Find Inspiration For My Blog Post

Pen to paper is always the best way to go in my opinion but when I can’t get ahold of either, the notes on my iPhone is the second best way to go. I write and write and write until I have not a thought more to give. Once the all hard work is out the way then we get to the fun stuff editing! I wasn’t always so keen on editing before I hit publish on a post. That’s until I realized editing is when the true magic comes to the surface( in my mind at least).

How to Stir Your Creative Flow in Order to Find Inspiration (Cheatsheet)

  1. Watch a movie.
  2. Go for a walk or jog to clear your mind.
  3. Play a board game.
  4. Hangout with friends or family
  5. Read a book or magazine.

After that, you should of at least have got inspiration from one thing off the list.

Related Blog Post (Confessions of a Blogaholic Series)

xoxo,

Asya

As always sharing is caring if you loved this blog post tell me your thoughts in the comment section I would love to interact with you all! If you all want to keep up with me follow me on my social media links down below. If you want to continue to be involved in what is going on with Caution District check down below as well.

Stay refreshed with Caution District by staying up to date on what happens on the pages 👇

My Style Evolution (updated every fashion post)

I’m starting up a YouTube Page & would love you all supported it!

👉 Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald👈

Stay connected with me 👇

Instagram: http://instagram.com/asyamcdonald/

Bloglovin’: https://www.bloglovin.com/@cautiondistrict

Snapchat: asyamcdonald

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cautiondistrict/

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Youtube:Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald-Caution to the wind

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Spotlight May/June Double Feature Dreamers, Doers, & Achievers

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Paulina Santiago

I’ve been doing photography for a couple years now but not until recently have I gotten more professional about it. I would have “photoshoots” with my friends and even strangers who would pay me to take pictures with my phone. It got to the point where I didn’t feel comfortable charging and decided to invest in a beginner camera ( a Nikon D3400) Even though I take tremendous pride in my photos , I’m only beginning and this is only a beautiful side hobby I enjoy. The small amount of money I make either goes towards funding my moms chemo treatments,myself or the startup of my company. Bent not broken which is supposed to signify that even when your hit with obstacles whether it be physical or mental that you are never broken simply “bent”

Paulina’s Photography

Samara Marshall

I remember when I was in 9th grade I started looking at fashion blogs and thinking wow they have a blog, their own space to simply just write what they want and how they feel. At that moment I realized that I could do the same. I had tons of notebooks where I would just write about different fashion trends I liked or how to create DIY pieces of clothing. My notebooks would come and I would trash them eventually but I thought that with the internet my posts would always be there so I took all my ideas and all my notes and transferred it into blog posts. Thus my blog was born in November of 2013.


Blogging has been amazing! Not only have I learned more about myself but I also have found my sense in style and gained more confidence. I was very insecure before blogging but writing posts about my favorite outfits and trends has helped greatly. Now blogging has been hard as well. Sometimes I don’t know what to post or sometimes I feel like a post seems a little too vague to put up but I always find inspirations from other bloggers which keeps me going. The blogging community is absolutely amazing! Whether it be through my blog or other social media outlets I can always find different rays of positivity from others.


Since I have started blogging I was just posting a lot about fashion but recently I changed to fashion and lifestyle blogging in hopes to help others with high school, college, hygiene, and other topics all around. I definitely see my blog still going in this direction in years to come but I also hope that I can continue to grow my audience and reach out to new peoples.

Hilary Parr

When my college professor required us to start a blog, I never imagined that it would lead me here. I’ve been writing all my life: stories, novels, articles, social media…you name it! But I never realized it could lead to an actual job that I love.

I started Writings & Worship in the spring of 2015 for a social media class in college. I was a journalism major and it was a required class- I’m so glad it was! When W&W first started it was solely a class project but I found out that I loved it. I’m not sure why I never thought about blogging because I feel like I was born to do it. In some ways, it came naturally, and in other ways, I had to learn.

I started slowly adding in beauty posts and faith posts. I started taking time with my photography and connecting with other bloggers. I steered the content from news and editorial content to content I really care about. All of that has built W&W into what it is today. It’s been a slow process and lots of learning but I’m so proud of all my blogs progress. W&W became a place for me to share my heart, my faith, and my writing.

I will say this: numbers aren’t everything. Even after years of blogging, I still have fairly “low” numbers compared to big bloggers. But the key is I’ve been growing every day and I continue to move forward. More than that, I love what I do. Blogging has given me the opportunities to try and do so many amazing things. I’ve worked with companies I never would have imagined I would be working with and more. If you’re a new blogger and you have low numbers- keep going. Not every blog is made to be a 200K followers and views. Some blogs will be successful just being a small, encouraging blog. Keep it up, your voice matters.

When I decided I wanted to keep W&W past the class, it was because I loved what I was doing. And it was the best decision I could have made. My goal is to provide people with info, encouragement, and maybe just a few minutes of fun. Whether I’m talking about lipstick, worship songs, or life hacks- my goal is to always give my readers the best I can.

Blogging isn’t as easy as everyone assumes it is friends. It’s not all flatlays and free stuff. I work hard for my posts and I work hard for any complimentary items I review. Most of my day is spent writing a post, doing some connecting on social media, or content planning. I’m so thankful I can call this a job and hobby. I’m still not at a place that I can make a living just on blogging but maybe one day.

My longtime dream was to be known by a line. A line of fiction…or song…or anything really. I can see so many of my dreams coming true because I gave blogging a chance. Words are how I express myself, how I cope, and my biggest passion. It might not be for everyone, but it’s definitely for me.

Blogging has changed my life in so many ways! I’m more confident in my work, more outgoing to engage with new blogging friends; I can see how blogging has bettered me as a person and a creator. I’m so thankful that blogging is now such a “real job” kind of thing. I never would have imagined loving to blog this much but I do! Writings & Worship is something I’m very proud of and work hard to keep going.

Never be afraid to take a chance. You might not be as big as you want to be at first, but building a blog up takes time. Enjoy it most of all; remember to blog because it’s what you love not something you have to do.

Susanne Daniels

Blogging is a passion that I completely stumbled on but wouldn’t trade for the world! I launched my blog, Skimzey.blog; a wellness and healthy lifestyle page, in November of 2016. My intent was to create a space that I could use to educate people on being friends with their body. There are so many extremes out there at the moment and while that may suit many people, it just isn’t realistic for everyone. Health isn’t about forcing yourself to adopt a lifestyle that takes away from your quality of life, health is holistic and a completely individual and personal thing!

Before learning about the endless opportunities that come with building an online brand and community I simply viewed my blog as a credential of sorts. I dreamed of having a brick and mortar consulting business and knew that upon graduating I would need a community that believed in my mission and the purpose of what would later become my brand. You hear countless stories of people graduating from college only to struggle to find work because they don’t have the years of experience sought after by employers and even though I wasn’t seeking employment, I knew that this need for experience applied to me as well. I am a big believer in not putting off until tomorrow what you could accomplish today!

In recent months my blog has graduated from being a piece in the background of my career to being the center of my career.

It’s been a slow process overall, I’m a student and I work full time as well, so managing my time is definitely something I had to get good at!  There have certainly been many frustrations and lots of stress along the way but the feedback I have gotten from friends and family and even strangers has been the absolutely most rewarding thing in the world!

The blogging community has become something that is really close to my heart and I constantly jump at the opportunity to encourage new aspiring bloggers to make the jump and just do it! When I launched my site and published my first post, my blog was completely bare. I’m talking one feed page with one single post, but I threw myself out there for the world to see. It’s a daunting thing at first but looking back on your own progress is its own feeling of triumph!

If I could give two pieces of advice to anyone thinking of starting a blog it would have to be, done is better than perfect! You’ll get there eventually if you have the passion and drive, I promise, but you’ll never get there if you don’t start! And secondly, don’t be scared to ask for help! We’ve all been there and most if not all of us are still working and learning and growing! My mentor has been an absolute game-changer for me and knowing I have her by my side has been exactly what I needed in those days that you feel discouraged!

You can find me at @skimzey on Instagram and skimzey.blog! If you like what you see and decide to follow, please don’t hesitate to let me know how you found me, as I’ve said, I am very much still growing myself, but I love being able to support others on their journey and if I can be of assistance to you I most certainly will be!

With Love, Susanne

xoxo,

Asya

As always sharing is caring if you loved this blog post tell me your thoughts in the comment section I would love to interact with you all! If you all want to keep up with me follow me on my social media links down below. If you want to continue to be involved in what is going on with Caution District check down below as well.

Stay refreshed with Caution District by staying up to date on what happens on the pages 👇

My Style Evolution (updated every fashion post)

I’m starting up a YouTube Page & would love you all supported it!

👉 Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald👈

Stay connected with me 👇

Instagram: http://instagram.com/asyamcdonald/

Bloglovin’: https://www.bloglovin.com/@cautiondistrict

Snapchat: asyamcdonald

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/asyamac/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cautiondistrict/

Tumblr: http://dangerouslyfierce.tumblr.com/

Youtube:Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald

-Caution to the wind

How To Get Over Writer’s Block

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I have gone four months strong postng daily content for Caution District until about a couple of days ago. I hit the writer’s block wall and was drawing blanks. I couldn’t think of a single thing that was worthy of posting. So I thought why not turn this into an opportunity to share my struggles. I decided to start a series on blogging since my recent post have been about this subject.

How To Get Over Writer’s Block

  1. Find inspiration in the small things in life. For example, going for a walk in nature, watching a TV show or movie. I find a lot of inspirations in movies especially feel-good movies.
  2. Stop thinking about creating and document your experience. I am doing exactly what this bullet point states right now. I am documenting my experience of writer’s block and creating a series from my blog.
  3. Write down all your ideas, even the bad ones. When it does not seem creativity is flowing you have to look at the situation differently. At the moment of writing down your ideas you may think they are terrible. Hours later with a different mindset and fresh a set of eyes, those same ideas could be just what you needed to jumpstart your brainstorming.
  4. Try to tune out the noise in your life. When creating an environment to cultivate creativity try listening to classical music. Low-key classical music is a guilty pleasure of mine. I even created a playlist on Spotify called classically wildin’.
  5. Don’t over think the content you are producing. Just let whatever flow out on to the paper or the computer. Come back hours or even next day to edit the content on the paper to your liking. I find in the editing stage of content creating is when my creativity is at a peak because it all my ideas come naturally.

(Confessions of a Blogaholic Series) Related Blog Post


xoxo,

Asya

As always sharing is caring if you loved this blog post tell me your thoughts in the comment section I would love to interact with you all! If you all want to keep up with me follow me on my social media links down below. If you want to continue to be involved in what is going on with Caution District check down below as well.

Stay refreshed with Caution District by staying up to date on what happens on the pages 👇

Style (updated every fashion post)

Nailed That (updated when I get my nails done)

Asya Dishing Out the Issues (updated every time I read a magazine)

I’m starting up a YouTube Page & would love you all supported it!

👉 Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald👈

Stay connected with me 👇

Instagram: http://instagram.com/asyamcdonald/

Bloglovin’: https://www.bloglovin.com/@cautiondistrict

Snapchat: asyamcdonald

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/asyamac/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cautiondistrict/

Tumblr: http://dangerouslyfierce.tumblr.com/

Youtube:Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald

-Caution to the wind

Dreamers (Motivational Youtubers & Entrepreneurs) Who Took The Leap

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This post is the fourth installment in the How To Be A Dreamer series. I have been receiving so many positive comments from readers expressing how much this series is inspiring them. For this post in the series, I thought it would cool to look at people who followed their dreams. It is no secret that I love YouTube and have aspirations of being a Youtuber. Content creators and entrepreneurs are some of the biggest dreamers because they risk their entire worlds in the hopes of reaching success and self-employment.

Dreamers (Motivational Youtubers & Entrepreneurs) Who Took The Leap

  1. Gary Vaynerchuck https://youtu.be/AS-ycudM-iw
  2. Refusing To Settle (Clark Kegley) https://youtu.be/isPhOFhv_scBri Hall https://youtu.be/52IyqGfBMCk
  3. LilyLikecom https://youtu.be/6_iVoeFdDGs
  4. Boho Beautiful https://youtu.be/FlSjmCzPiSk
  5. Jay Shetty https://youtu.be/K8BGkoJv6gg

The names above are just some of the few (hardworking) dreamers who are killing the games in their niche online. Most of them started out with one thought. They wanted to be to be free of the mundane singular societal path. They all leaped out on faith no matter how long it took them to reach their goals. That’s all it takes! One leap and a ton of hard work for your dreamers to become a reality like these other dreamers in the list above. I ask that you check out some of the videos from the people I mentioned. I promise you will not regret it at all!

Related Blog Post

How To Be A Dreamer

How To Be A Productive Dreamer

The Four C’s of Dreaming

The 4 C’s of Dreaming

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“The secret of making dreams come true can be summarized in four C’s. They are Curiosity, Confidence, Courage, and Constancy; and the greatest of these is Confidence.” ―Walt Disney

This series has been doing amazing I am so glad you all find it “very inspiring and encouraging”. Keep your comments and suggestions coming because it means a lot to know that this series is appreciated! The third post in the How To Be A Dreamer series is inspired by the Walt Disney above.

The 4 C’s of Dreaming

Curiosity: I touched on curiosity a little bit in the two previous posts of this series. Curiosity sparks creativity. With creativity and hard work, your dreams can be achieved.

Confidence: In order to sell your dreams to others you have to have confidence! If you don’t believe in your dream or yourself no one will believe. Even if you are not confident in your dreams because of hate or other adversity just fake it till you make.

Courage: I recently watched a Will Smith video where he talked about fear and that’s all that courage is… Kinda. Courage is pushing through the fear, adversity and whatever else is holding you back from pursuing your dreams.

Constancy: I talked about this in the last post “How To Be A Productive Dreamer”. Constancy is key. I can not express that enough even if the content is not good. Practicing your craft every day will make it better. Constancy is apart of the daily grind to make your dream a reality.

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xoxo,

Asya

As always sharing is caring if you loved this blog post tell me your thoughts in the comment section I would love to interact with you all! If you all want to keep up with me follow me on my social media links down below. If you want to continue to be involved in what is going on with Caution District check down below as well.

Stay refreshed with Caution District by staying up to date on what happens on the pages 👇

Style (updated every fashion post)

Nailed That (updated when I get my nails done)

Asya Dishing Out the Issues (updated every time I read a magazine)

I’m starting up a YouTube Page & would love you all supported it!

👉Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald👈

Stay connected with me 👇

Instagram: http://instagram.com/asyamcdonald/

Bloglovin’: https://www.bloglovin.com/@cautiondistrict

Snapchat: asyamcdonald

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/asyamac/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cautiondistrict/

Tumblr: http://dangerouslyfierce.tumblr.com/

Youtube:Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald-Caution to the wind

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!

Related Blog Post

xoxo,

Asya

As always sharing is caring if you loved this blog post tell me your thoughts in the comment section I would love to interact with you all! If you all want to keep up with me follow me on my social media links down below. If you want to continue to be involved in what is going on with Caution District check down below as well.

Stay refreshed with Caution District by staying up to date on what happens on the pages 👇

Style (updated every fashion post)

Nailed That (updated when I get my nails done)

Asya Dishing Out the Issues (updated every time I read a magazine)

I’m starting up a YouTube Page & would love you all supported it!

👉 Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald👈

Stay connected with me 👇

Instagram: http://instagram.com/asyamcdonald/

Bloglovin’: https://www.bloglovin.com/@cautiondistrict

Snapchat: asyamcdonald

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/asyamac/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cautiondistrict/

Tumblr: http://dangerouslyfierce.tumblr.com/

Youtube:Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald

-Caution to the wind

How To Be a Productive Dreamer

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In the last post of the how to be a dreamer series, I touched a little upon being consistent when it comes to your dream. Consistency along with other work habits will help you become a productive dreamer. I have decided this series will come out every Tuesday and Thursday for the next few of weeks.  Let’s dive into this post!

How to Be a Productive Dreamer

  1. Don’t check emails or other social media first thing in the morning. That email can wait a little longer. Make the most of your mornings because during that the day is still fresh. Think of the morning work (productive) as a soda. Soda is the crisp, fresh, and bubbly when it is first opened. Not later on.
  2. Stop waiting for the perfect time. No time will ever be perfect for that launch, wedding or whatever dream you are manifesting. Time is just an excuse. Seize the moment you have to make it perfect for your circumstances.
  3. Wake up earlier to jump-start the day. The morning hours are the best time to be productive. After rest, the mind is sharp, focused and ready for the day. For example, think of your brain as your phone that has been charging all night. Once you the phone off the charge it is at maximum ability.
  4. Work in 50-minute blocks and break for 15 minutes. Work and balance are very crucial in the longevity of productive. Taking breaks during work can refresh your mind. Going 100% all the time with no breaks will only lead to burn out.
  5. Use your commute time to work on your dream. We all have somewhere to be every day. In the time it takes you to get to your destination brainstorm ideas. You can record your thoughts as you speak aloud if you have to commute by car. If you take an uber, bus, or train to your destination write down your brainstorms and thoughts. Whether it is via your phone or old school in a notebook. Document the process of to your dreams.
  6. Don’t be too hard on yourself. Don’t rush the process. Feeling that you should be further along and you aren’t? It’s okay. Don’t be too hard on yourself or you will burn out. Adjust your thinking. Make daily goals to reach, so that you can stay on track with your dreams and aspirations.
  7. When working put your phone on do not disturb. Distractions are the easiest way to kill creativity, motivation, and ultimately dreams. In modern society, the phone is undoubtedly one of the most massive attention holders. Putting your phone on silent helps hush the world. In that time of silence that is when the grind needs to be on full throttle.
  8. Reverse engineer every project. This is a tip I learned from watching and listening to GaryVee. My way of describing this term is to look at a successful person in the career or life that you want to build. Break down their journey from start to finish. Use the information you gathered to help you on your journey. Sometimes you have to break down things all the way down to the micro degree in order to process the next move.
  9. Stop trying to be perfect. This is a serious problem. No one is perfect! Stop comparing yourself to others. Just create even it is it bad because you get better with practice. As cliche as this is about to sound every successful person started somewhere and had to work to get their position. Enjoy the process because it will be worth it in the end.
  10. Start your day the night before. I am a little embarrassed to admit this but I learned how to schedule blog post late last year. Ever since I have discovered this feature it has become my best friend. I try my hardest to pre-write post especially since I blog daily.  Starting your day the night before jump-starts your progress because you already know what your focus is for the next day.

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xoxo,

Asya

As always sharing is caring if you loved this blog post tell me your thoughts in the comment section I would love to interact with you all! If you all want to keep up with me follow me on my social media links down below. If you want to continue to be involved in what is going on with Caution District check down below as well.

Stay refreshed with Caution District by staying up to date on what happens on the pages 👇

Style (updated every fashion post)

Nailed That (updated when I get my nails done)

Asya Dishing Out the Issues (updated every time I read a magazine)

I’m starting up a YouTube Page & would love you all supported it!

👉Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald👈

Stay connected with me 👇

Instagram: http://instagram.com/asyamcdonald/

Bloglovin’: https://www.bloglovin.com/@cautiondistrict

Snapchat: asyamcdonald

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/asyamac/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cautiondistrict/

Tumblr: http://dangerouslyfierce.tumblr.com/

Youtube:Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald

-Caution to the wind

How To Be a Dreamer

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“Get excited and enthusiastic about your own dream. This excitement is like a forest fire—you can smell it, taste it, and see it from a mile away”.

Denis Waitley

This month has been a rollercoaster on my blog and in my personal life. I have not been consistent in any area what so ever this month. I don’t know what’s up but the month of April, but it has been my least favorite of this month! When trying to find the silver lining in this less than perfect I came up with an idea for a blogging series. This series is all about dreaming, achieving, and reaching success in whatever your heart desires. We will start this series off simple with learning how to be a dreamer.

How To Be a Dreamer

  1. Dream with no limits. Don’t put a cap on your imagination. Dream as if you were a kid and anything is possible. Stay optimistic and curious because you might be the one to make the impossible possible.
  2. Make your dreams visual. Every year I make a visual board of what I want the year to look like. Visualizing your dreams on paper make them seem more achievable. It’s like a blueprint. Architects don’t start building without a plan so why should you?
  3. Don’t think about other people’s opinions. The first way to kill an idea, theory, dream or even food suggestion is to ask someone their opinion. If you have your mind made up trust yourself and trust the path that you are on. If you ever find yourself a little unsure of what to do go for a run, or a walk to clear your before you make a decision.
  4. Don’t be afraid to stand out. Sometimes you have to doggy paddle into your dreams to make them into a reality. Nothing worth having happens in a blink of an eye. Great things take time and a boatload of hard work!

xoxo,

Asya

As always sharing is caring if you loved this blog post tell me your thoughts in the comment section I would love to interact with you all! If you all want to keep up with me follow me on my social media links down below. If you want to continue to be involved in what is going on with Caution District check down below as well.

Stay refreshed with Caution District by staying up to date on what happens on the pages 👇

Style (updated every fashion post)

Nailed That (updated when I get my nails done)

Asya Dishing Out the Issues (updated every time I read a magazine)

I’m starting up a YouTube Page & would love you all supported it!

👉Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald👈

Stay connected with me 👇

Instagram: http://instagram.com/asyamcdonald/

Bloglovin’: https://www.bloglovin.com/@cautiondistrict

Snapchat: asyamcdonald

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/asyamac/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cautiondistrict/

Tumblr: http://dangerouslyfierce.tumblr.com/

Youtube:Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald

-Caution to the wind

My Favorite Social Media

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I truly believe that social media is a powerful tool that can be used to better one’s self. After returning home from the mission trip that I went on at the end of 2017 I learn the true purpose of what it means to be in a community. Immediately after watching a sermon from my church about the natural disasters that rocked parts of the nation I told my mom that I wanted to leave home and help out. I had no idea what I would be getting myself into but I knew I wanted to help out. Similar to me leaving home to help out complete strangers who lost their whole world due to natural occurs. People all around the world are willing to help out. I have experienced first hand the kindness of others in real life, but also on social media. Social media gets a bad rap due to the negativity being louder than positivity sometimes. The platform I have seen and experienced the most random acts of kindness has to be Instagram and that’s why it is my favorite app!

My Favorite Social Media

Through Instagram, I have met some amazing bloggers, influencers, and just plain ole great spirits. I kid you not it goes down in the DM’s. Collaborating with other bloggers and influencers start with a purpose. Followed up by a simple DM with appreciation and value. With the help of complete strangers magic starts to happen and long-lasting communities start to form.

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xoxo,

Asya

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-Caution to the wind

Pros & Cons of Blogging

Hey loves!

Blogging has become of apart of my everyday life for years now. I have so much joy putting together a blog post and creating content for Caution District. A lot goes into a producing and creating a blog that is enjoyed by many and that’s profitable. Here are some of the pros and cons of running Caution District.

Pros & Cons of Blogging

Pros

  1. Caution District is a written archive of my life.
  2. I am constantly able to express myself and beliefs.
  3. I am able to connect with people from all over the world
  4. I am able to build a strong community in the blogosphere.
  5. Designing or finding a blog layout that is to my liking.

Cons

  1. Constant updates. Especially since I post every day except Sunday it can get a little overwhelming at times.
  2. Balancing being transparent and honest with not oversharing. Sometimes I feel like I am a little too candid at times.
  3. Spelling errors. I try to double and triple check that my grammar is grammatically correct.

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xoxo,

Asya

As always sharing is caring if you loved this blog post tell me your thoughts in the comment section I would love to interact with you all! If you all want to keep up with me follow me on my social media links down below. If you want to continue to be involved in what is going on with Caution District check down below as well.

Stay refreshed with Caution District by staying up to date on what happens on the pages 👇

Style (updated every fashion post)

Nailed That (updated when I get my nails done)

Asya Dishing Out the Issues (updated every time I read a magazine)

I’m starting up a YouTube Page & would love you all supported it!

👉 Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald👈

Stay connected with me 👇

Instagram: http://instagram.com/asyamcdonald/

Bloglovin’: https://www.bloglovin.com/@cautiondistrict

Snapchat: asyamcdonald

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/asyamac/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cautiondistrict/

Tumblr: http://dangerouslyfierce.tumblr.com/

Youtube:Youtube.com/c/AsyaMcdonald-Caution to the wind