One morning while throwing a pity party for myself in my laundry room saying “God why would you have me do this if it is not a blessing to my family, nor does it seem to be a blessing to others, perhaps my time would be better spent else where”.
When that small voice said “several of your friends just finished spending thousands of dollars and thousands of hours for years to get the job that they want, why do you think you can do it on a $100 budget with 12 to 20 hours a week spent and only several months under your belt?”
Which is when I started thinking differently. That day in my laundry room I enrolled in “Blogging University” a 4 year degree program that requires 10 to 30 hours each week on a budget of $100 to $2000 a year, depending if I go to blogging conference, or get a professional blog redesign, or do nothing but renew my domain name and web host.
(part of my Blogging University :Freshman Year Series)
I am officially finished my sophomore year now and I have learned so much my second year of blogging that I wish to share with you.
First here are a few links to articles I wrote about blogging during my freshman year of blogging because I just could not wait to share them with my fellow blogging readers
2. Creating a light box effect for under $2 (you have to check out the before and after photos they blew me away)
Over the next 6 weeks I plan to share what I have learned during my second year of blogging. Here are the list of posts, as each post goes live the titles will become blue meaning the post it up and ready for you to click through and read it. Pin this to your pinterest boards so that you have the whole series available in one convenient spot.
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