21 Everyday Struggles Of Being A Blogger
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Trying to figure out if it's best to post in the morning, afternoon, or night....
Worrying about who is going to take your next outfit photo.
And when taking that outfit photo, worrying about who is watching the public photo shoot that is suddenly going on in the street now.
When you write a post and no one comments... (see years 2009-20012 of my archives.)
Wondering why your favorite blogger suddenly locked down their block. Or did they just lock you out?
Dreaming of the day all Picmonkey.com fonts are free. Or the day you decide to buck up and pay $3.99/month.
Hoping Blogher chooses you for that awesome campaign you really want to do... But oh shit, they didn't choose you yet again.
Wishing you had a prettier home office. Or just a home office at all...
Wondering why some bloggers still have GFC on their blog.
And if you're a GFC'r, wondering why you're still refusing to let you go of yours. cough cough.
When you have nothing to write about and you just stare at your computer screen for hours hoping something will magically appear.
Cursing yourself for not taking a single photo over the weekend.
When five people immediately unfollow you on Instagram because you've posted yet another photo of Grandma Harlow...
Wondering how you're going to sneak in another sponsor post without having your readers get too annoyed with you.
When Bloglovin just decides not to publish one of your posts to their site for a day. And again the next week. And again the next...
Debating if you should switch to WordPress. Or if you did switch, debating if you should switch back.
When Twitter decides to go crazy and doesn't link to your site, even though you specifically asked it to.
When your go-to blogger suddenly goes on hiatus for a few weeks and your mind starts wondering about the worst possible situations that must have happened to them.
Too many hashtags.
Not enough hashtags.
Like I always say guys, it's a blog eat blog world out there. Stay strong. The struggle is real.