#1 Blogging Advice's From Bloggers

Friday, July 28, 2017

No matter  what anybody says, blogging is hard. It's not just writing a post or taking few photos, if you really want to be good at it it takes so much time and patience. I love to know tips and advice's from other bloggers as I always learn so much from them. 

Two of my favorite fellow bloggers, Maria and Cliona, shared their advice's. Maria on content and Cliona on photography. In my opinion two of the most important areas of blogging, especially if you are new to blogging world. 


"My top tips for content creating are be original and don't force anything. Being original is easier said than done and i think it's a phrase that gets thrown about quite a lot, but being original and "not forcing anything" come hand in hand for me. 

I think there's a lot of pressure to constantly be on it in the blogging world, i know i often feel guilt if i don't stick to my posting days and i imagine thats the same for a lot of people - that often results in trying to force inspiration when you're not feeling it. It's best to work when you're feeling motivated, that usually comes after accepting when to close your laptop and take some time out, if you're constantly trying to create and never take any time out for yourself you'll lose the inspiration and motivation.

You might feel motivation at the most random time and that's really the best time to create something; it'll always lead to the most original content because it's come purely from your own mind, rather than scouring other blogs for help when you're not feeling it yourself." ~ Maria Joyonson


"For me, the most important aspects of the photography process are styling the photo and editing. Props are a prominent feature in my photos as I think they transform a photo, making it fun and interesting. 

My favourite props are fresh flowers, fake flowers, confetti, cups, dishes, pretty notebooks, fairy lights and any little trinkets I have lying around the house. When styling a photo I also like to pick a colour scheme and products that go well together. To create a bright and airy image, I edit my photos using A Colour Story. 

It's really easy to use, it's an iPhone app so I can edit on the go and the best part is that it's free! I mainly use the brightening tool, the sharpening tool and the vibrance tool to create a bright, clear and vibrant image." ~ Cliona Hill 

Thank you to Maria and Cliona for sharing their advice's. I'm sure that they'll help you as much as they helped me. If you have any questions about either of these areas be sure to ask them in the comments below. 

Do you have any advice's blogging related?

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