Some Resources for You (#10)

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I’m too lazy too busy editing to put a lot of time into blogging these days.

But you are still on my mind… and that is why I have compiled this list of resources for you. 🙂

I am doing this from time to time. I’ve already published:

Some Resources for You (#1)

– Some Resources for You (#2)

– Some Resources for You (#3)

Some Resources for You (#4)

Some Resources for You (#5)

Some Resources for You (#6)

Some Resources for You (#7)

Some Resources for You (#8)

Some Resources for You (#9)

Resources for Bloggers

How to Write Catchy Headlines and Blog Titles Your Readers Can’t Resist

Resources for Freelancers

Top 25 Free Online Courses for Freelancers

Resources for Authors

All New 2019 Book Publicity & Marketing Toolkit!

Resources for Writers of all Kinds!

17 Sizzling Tips to Becoming a Hot Writer

Resources for Business Owners (Solopreneurs and Entrepreneurs)

How To Create A Sales Page For Your First Online Course Or Product

Additional Resources (for Success)

Focus as an Antidote for Wanting to Do Everything

FREE STUFF

All of these resources are fantastic!

Plus… as my way of thanking you for being a reader of Wording Well, I want to give you some free stuff. Find my freebies on my Resource Kit page!

Plus, there are many more (and I mean MANY MORE)  Resources for Writers, Authors, and Freelancers) here as well!

Enjoy… and let me know what you want MORE of… in the comments!

Some Resources for You (#9)

Wording Well's business card image
I’m too lazy too busy editing to put a lot of time into blogging these days.

But you are still on my mind… and that is why I have compiled this list of resources for you. 🙂

I am doing this from time to time. I’ve already published:

Some Resources for You (#1)

– Some Resources for You (#2)

– Some Resources for You (#3)

Some Resources for You (#4)

Some Resources for You (#5)

Some Resources for You (#6)

Some Resources for You (#7)

Some Resources for You (#8)

Resources for Bloggers

How To Write Click-Worthy Email Subject Lines (Tips, Tools, And Templates)

Resources for Freelancers

Freelance Writing Jobs: 300+ Websites That Pay

Resources for Authors

How Authors Can Sell More Books

Resources for Writers of all Kinds!

13 Common, Clunky Sentence Structures That Weaken Your Writing

Resources for Business Owners (Solopreneurs and Entrepreneurs)

How To Ditch Your 9-5 Grind And Join The Ranks Of Solopreneurs

Additional Resources (for Success)

10 Tools To Make Every Day More Productive

FREE STUFF

All of these resources are fantastic!

Plus… as my way of thanking you for being a reader of Wording Well, I want to give you some free stuff. Find my freebies on my Resource Kit page!

Plus, there are many more (and I mean MANY MORE)  Resources for Writers, Authors, and Freelancers) here as well!

Enjoy… and let me know what you want MORE of… in the comments!

Some Resources for You (#8)

Wording Well's business card image
I’m too lazy too busy editing to put a lot of time into blogging these days.

But you are still on my mind… and that is why I have compiled this list of resources for you. 🙂

I am doing this from time to time. I’ve already published:

Some Resources for You (#1)

– Some Resources for You (#2)

– Some Resources for You (#3)

Some Resources for You (#4)

Some Resources for You (#5)

Some Resources for You (#6)

Some Resources for You (#7)

Resources for Bloggers

A Quick Guide To Crafting Guest Post Pitches That Convert

Resources for Freelancers

How To Save Money As A Freelancer

Resources for Authors

28 Resources, Tools, and Tips for Self-Publishing Your Next Book

Resources for Writers of all Kinds!

4 Ways to Create (And Maintain) a Writing Habit

Resources for Business Owners (Solopreneurs and Entrepreneurs)

3 Ways To Find Talented Freelance Bloggers For Your Business

Additional Resources (for Success)

Instant Flow: How to Train Yourself to Think Creatively

FREE STUFF

All of these resources are fantastic!

Plus… as my way of thanking you for being a reader of Wording Well, I want to give you some free stuff. Find my freebies on my Resource Kit page!

Plus, there are many more (and I mean MANY MORE)  Resources for Writers, Authors, and Freelancers) here as well!

Enjoy… and let me know what you want MORE of… in the comments!

Some Resources for You (#7)

Wording Well's business card image
I’m too lazy too busy editing to put a lot of time into blogging these days.

But you are still on my mind… and that is why I have compiled this list of resources for you. 🙂

I am doing this from time to time. I’ve already published:

Some Resources for You (#1)

– Some Resources for You (#2)

– Some Resources for You (#3)

Some Resources for You (#4)

Some Resources for You (#5)

Some Resources for You (#6)

For Bloggers

How to Write a Blog Post People Actually Want to Read

For Freelancers

How To Budget Your Cash Flow As A Freelancer

For Authors and Writers

Celebrating Your Accomplishments as a Writer and an Author

For Business Owners (Solopreneurs and Entrepreneurs)

4 Key Challenges All Solopreneurs Face And How To Overcome Them

Additional Resources (for Success)

How To Stay Motivated Even When Things Aren’t Going Your Way

FREE STUFF

All of these resources are fantastic!

Plus… as my way of thanking you for being a reader of Wording Well, I want to give you some free stuff. Find my freebies on my Resource Kit page!

Plus, there are many more (and I mean MANY MORE)  Resources for Writers, Authors, and Freelancers) here as well!

Enjoy, and let me know what you want MORE of… in the comments!

5 Blogging Tips for Busy College Students

5 Blogging Tips for Busy College Students

Busy college students have multiple assignments to submit, essays to write, and exams to prepare for. Does this make you wonder why you even bothered to begin blogging in the first place?

Firstly, starting a blog in college is a great decision. Apart from improving your writing skills, it helps you form a strong network, build your personal brand, and push your creative boundaries while making money on the side.

It sure is difficult to manage a busy college schedule and run a blog… but it is not impossible! All you need to learn is how to manage your time effectively. If you do that, there is no stopping you from being productive in every aspect of your life!

Here are 5 tips to succeed as a blogger if you are an extremely busy college student.

Tip #1: Allocate Time to Blog

Sometimes, in spite of having the intentions to blog, it’s easy to get busy with college and ignore your blog in the process. In order to take blogging seriously, you need to set aside time specifically for doing tasks related to your blog.

From brainstorming ideas and curating content to scheduling and promoting it, blogging is a time-consuming process. However, if you give yourself 2 hours every day or devote a few hours every weekend to it, you are likely to make better progress.

Ultimately, having a schedule and organizing your tasks lets you be more disciplined and productive. That way, you don’t even feel guilty choosing one thing over the other.

Tip #2: Prioritize Wisely

While you have allocated blogging time, it’s important to prioritize wisely as well. After all, there is no denying that focusing on academics is of utmost importance and nothing should take precedence over that.

For instance, if you need an essay written now, you need to focus on your submissions rather than spending time on your blog.

So, be prepared for unexpected delays and tasks added to your to-do list. Plan your days accordingly and don’t lose focus of the bigger picture.

Tip #3: Maintain an Editorial Calendar

You might think you can hurriedly jot notes on your phone and schedule posts when you feel like it. This way of working is not only haphazard but can also affect the quality of your work.

Instead, why not maintain an editorial calendar? Doing this will let you streamline your thoughts and consistently post in a timely manner. Don’t be too hard on yourself by posting every day or every second day. Studies have shown that posting daily on your blog won’t work.

Determine the time you can allocate to blogging, decide on a posting schedule, and stick to it. Give yourself deadlines so you know you have to publish a post in the given time period. Read More