The Internet is a wondrous place.
I get to use it to read all sorts of stuff, including random blogs that seem to be written by me and not anyone else, as well as blogs I’m following.
The vast majority of those blogs are written by people I know, people I respect, people who care about me and my experiences, and people who are genuinely interested in sharing my thoughts and experiences.
That’s really cool.
But I also get to write some of the most hilarious and wonderful blogs out there, and they’re the ones that are truly inspiring.
I wrote this one for my daughter.
She likes writing, so I thought she’d like to write about it.
And she wrote a lot of it.
It was a little too long, so it’s now over, but here’s a short summary of her ideas for writing better content.
First, she suggested writing in a conversational style.
I’m not a huge conversationalist, but she has a point.
So, if you want to write a blog, start with a topic.
For example, if a friend is visiting, give them an article that they can share.
Then, focus on a few key points: what they are going through, why they’re feeling that way, what they think they need to do about it, how they are dealing with the situation.
Next, ask them questions.
For her, that meant asking what her friends and family think about the situation, how she is coping with the news, and what she is doing to cope with it.
Finally, write something fun.
The funniest thing a blogger can do is write a really simple, silly joke.
I found it very funny to write an article about her friends being in trouble because she didn’t have money to pay them.
Then when she went to the emergency room, she said something funny, and her friends laughed along.
They told her, “Wow, that’s a funny thing, Mom!”
But then when she told them the whole story, she was shocked.
So she wrote it and told them how it went down.
It’s a great way to start a conversation, and it’s a lot less boring than it sounds.
You can write jokes for as long as you like.
But, I would say that the longer you write, the more funny it gets.
Finally—and this is really important—write something that you can show off in your blog.
This will give your audience a reason to follow you.
The more people who see it, the better your blog will be.
When I’m on a mission to write more funny and interesting content, I also like to make sure I don’t leave myself out of the loop.
That means that when someone writes about me, I get an email asking if I’d like them to email me about a particular post.
That email goes to my inbox, which means that I have the chance to respond to that post.
The last tip is for blogs you follow on social media.
For instance, you can follow me on Twitter and Instagram.
I love that I can follow people on both.
If someone follows me on Facebook, I have a chance to ask them a question about me.
You also get the chance for someone to email you.
If you follow a person on Instagram, they have a better chance of reading your content, because they’re going to get a message right away.
And the more people follow a blog on Twitter, the less likely that blog is going to be the next to go down in flames.
You want to be sure that when you write a post, you don’t get caught up in the crazy.
It should be a fun, amusing, and meaningful experience for you and your readers.
There’s no point in trying to be anything more than that.
The content should be interesting, meaningful, and fun.
Don’t try to be something you’re not.
So what’s the best advice for people who want to live a more authentic life?
Well, I think it’s pretty simple.
Don to the people who love you and are interested in your experiences.
The people who like you and want to share them are the ones you should be following.
People who want you to feel safe and secure are the people you should follow.
People you want your friends to connect with are the folks you should listen to.
You should read the blogs of people you like, and those of people who you think are interesting.
You need to write, not to talk.
So when you want something to happen, you need to put the time and energy into it.
If I was writing a blog and I wrote an article and got a lot more people following me, that would be a good sign.
If they were reading my blog, I’d be happy.
And if I was following those people on Twitter who are writing about me on a daily basis