Being a blogger is often misunderstood by anyone who isn’t actually one. If you’re a blogger, then you know exactly what I’m talking about. Blogging is one of those cyclical “jobs” that have a love/hate about it. While the work is fun and often the pay can be great the truth about the blogging world is that it can also be pretty easy to burn out as well. Don’t let blogger burnout happen! There are ways that you can overcome to make blogging continue to be enjoyable for you for many years to come.
When’s the last time you took a holiday?
The life of a blogger doesn’t have to be 24/7. While it’s true that the internet never sleeps, even bloggers need to take time away and rest. The great thing about running a blog is that it’s open all hours, every day for your followers, readers and newly acquired fans to find you and read about everything you’ve written. The bad news about running a blog? It’s open all hours, every day…meaning that if you don’t force yourself to take a holiday, you’ll never have the opportunity to make it happen.
Is your blog ready for the next level?
Many bloggers think that once their blog “makes it”, there nowhere else to go. Wrong, just wrong. If you’ve capped out your blog where you are now, it’s time to take it to the next level. Add products or services for your customers to your blog and find ways that you can increase your income while decreasing your workout. Being able to set your blog on autopilot and let it run itself for a while sounds like a great “next level” to aim for!
Just by asking and answering these two simple questions, you can find your blogging groove with ease. Make sure that you pay attention to the needs of your mind and body and don’t allow yourself to be overcome and burnt out!
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Your time is valuable and I will ensure you’re progressing in a reasonable, timely manner.
From branding to media kit to Pinterest design, I am excited to get started! Past clients include:
- Socola Chocolates
- Maggie Moo’s
- Elite Catering
- Mission Hills Bar & Grill
- Dave’s Catering
- Marina Floral Designs
- GD Flower Shop
- Impressionists Cups
- Silverback Advisors
- Pepperdine University
- and personalized invitations and announcements
I love producing recipes that not only have the potential to go viral but ones that taste great too! I specialize in creating super simple recipes that a newbie in the kitchen can follow along. I recently published 5-Ingredients One-Pot Cookbook that includes 120 nutritious and filling recipes, and also easy to follow.
– Update and maintain brand standards, ensuring all channels (retail and e-commerce sites) have updated branding.
– Manage and execute co-marketing programs including events, bundles and other promotions.
– Work with web team to update and maintain website including images, descriptions and links.
– Work with marketing communications to coordinate social, email and digital marketing.
– Work with communications teams to coordinate all PR announcements and press product.
– Maintain asset database and accessories, overseeing production of assets and accessories.
- How do you handle payment?
Payments are due upfront before any work will be started via Paypal.
- How can I contact you?
You can reach me at [email protected] or this contact page.
- Why doing VA work?
After 10+ years working in the business world, I am ready to go solo so I can have more time for our family.