Category: Blogging lessons

4 years in: this blog is truly Never Stationary

A loss for words

How to write a music review

For those who want to describe music in a way that goes beyond just “this song is really good”, music reviews are the way to go. If you’ve never written one before, fear not, for here are a few tips for beginners, from a fellow beginner. Continue reading

5 pieces of crucial advice for new bloggers

source: utrippy

Follow the ebb and flow of writing.

I don’t think the term writer’s block is accurate, because for me, the desire to write comes in waves, in high tides and low tides. So ride the waves! Don’t ignore your instincts. Continue reading

How to plan your blogging absence

I am energy. I am galactic. I am psychedelic. ॐ 

source: utrippy

So your family just booked a glorious trip to the Bahamas for two weeks, but there’s no guarantee that you’ll be able to access wi-fi for who knows how long, and who even brings their laptop with them to the Bahamas?!

If you know you’re going to be away from your blog for a while, here are some tips and helpful ideas to let you plan your absence.  Continue reading

An open letter to bloggers

source: utrippy

Dear bloggers (and everyone else):

There’s a reason why every writer cries when they first see their work in print.

This is it, they realize. No editing. There’s no going back from this point. These words are for anyone to read, praise or slander. Continue reading

Blogging tips for intermediate bloggers

So you started your own blog, hooray! You’ve been taking a stab at posting regularly and experimenting with different writing forms, but feel like you’ve recently fallen into a rut and can’t shake it. I have 5 tips to help you escape the novice phase: Continue reading