3 quotes that will get you through the difficult blogging days



Despite how fun blogging can be, there are days when you feel blue. You don’t feel like writing, you don’t even want to hear the word ‘blog’ around you. It’s almost like it gives you nausea.

Other times the malicious or seemingly unpleasant comments don’t even help matters. But what happens when you have a deadline and your readers are waiting?

These quotes will help you get in the blogging spirit again!

“If you accept all the praise, you have to accept all the critique.” – Chris Brogan

There are some comments that you don’t necessarily want to hear because they are not the ‘job well done’ comments you expect but it’s not every negative comment you get that you should dismiss. There are some comments that are not so pleasant but are the truth. So if you accept all the praise you get from readers, be ready to take some critique too.

“Your value does not decrease based on somebody’s inability to see your worth.”

We are not even sure why we put these two quotes to follow each other. But you need to hear both sides of the truth.

So yeeees! Those times when plain hateful and anonymous people post those annoying and sometimes hurtful comments about your hard work and you feel like giving up, remember this. Your writing talent does not decrease based on somebody’s inability to see your worth so just keep blogging.

“What you do after you create your content is what truly counts.” – Gary Vaynerchuk

Do you create content and expect miracles? Or do you reach out and make connections?

If you are discouraged because your blog is not making money like you have envisaged, then this quote is for you. Don’t expect money miracles if you don’t reach out and make connections. You’ve created enough content why don’t you go out and make connections, network with other bloggers and you’d see how your blog reach will increase.

We hope these quotes have encouraged you, inspired you and hopefully gotten you to open your laptop and continue blogging.



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