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I don’t always blog on Saturdays, but trust me: this is a very special post for some of my D.C.-area boss ladies!
I’ve been blogging full-time for the past two years, and you guys: being self-employed is no easy feat. To all my fellow boss babes out there — you all are my inspiration to keep going. Nope, I don’t have a steady paycheck every week or great benefits with blogging full-time, but at the end of the day, it’s the career that I’m the most passionate about, and that’s what makes it all worthwhile.
For all my D.C.-area female entrepreneurs out there: I’ve got the scoop on a competition where you can win funds to launch your dream business. The catch? You have to submit your applications by THIS Monday, November 12th. Here’s how to enter!
I was at an event last night, and I met a (super sweet!) woman who said she did a quick search for other D.C.-area bloggers and stumbled upon my website. From there, she found some of my blogging tips articles, and she said that it actually helped her when she was getting started with her own website.
I’ve never wanted to become a blog that’s just about blogging — there are plenty of those out there. And I’m not the biggest blogger out there. It’s an interesting industry because there’s no “right” way to blog. Everyone has their own opinions, but I love to share tips and tricks about what has worked for me in the past.
The number one question I’ve been receiving lately, IRL? I get asked what tips I have specifically for new bloggers. Sure, I wrote about this topic a few years ago, but the industry has changed so much, that I figured it was time for an update. Going into 2019, here’s what I believe is the best strategy for new bloggers.
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