When I first started my blog in 2012, I was so excited. Everything was new – content ideas, deciding on a design, meeting other bloggers, interviewing people and the list goes on. As with any new start it’s easy to be motivated and hit the ground running every single day but after awhile, it all gets a little…for lack of a better word…boring.
It’s very common for bloggers like me and you to lose our motivation, especially when you’ve been in the game for years.
Because we’re considered “creatives” (thought leaders, someone who doesn’t fit in just one box, our brains are wired to create and explore new ideas) we tend to reject routines in favor of unpredictable work days. Let’s be honest…when you’re blogging for coins or trying to build your audience to eventually earn the coins, you have to follow some sort of routine: come up with ideas, create a schedule, write a post, find an image, publish, share, repeat. Boring, right?