If you’re sat reading this article; you’ll either have an interest in blogs or could well write your own and enjoy other people’s. Blogging is on the rise, as more people are choosing to write about their passions and what they enjoy, and you can also earn some added income doing so, which is always helpful for a busy and growing family. Therefore, serious bloggers will need a space where their head is free of their other jobs, 9 to 5 career, and household chores so that they can create pieces of work to be proud of and will enjoy the process. It’s pretty challenging to concentrate on what you need to do, with all the noise and action from the rest of the house, so it’s worth setting yourself up for success, in every aspect of blogging. The following are some tips, inspiration, and ideas for those who need a writing haven in their home, and a boost so that they can start (or continue) their blogging future.
Your Tech And Software
Whatever you choose to put out there online should be viewed as something to protect and look after. If you’re selling items to customers, you might already understand about identity solutions with many benefits, if not; it’s worth ensuring you can I.D people efficiently. It’s also worth looking into the security of your work; your words and images will have take time and effort to create; therefore, your online and desktop security need to be a priority. Once you’ve set up and protected everything, you’ll feel confident in moving forward with the rest of your blogging and online processes, so it’s worth getting these things out the way first. Think of them as the important admin stuff, which will allow you to focus on being creative.
Insure your computer, laptop, or tablet so that should anything happen (and it always does in family life), it won’t slow your content down too much. Again, taking great care of your tech and equipment is the best way to ensure that you have the tools to create what you want, when you want.
Your Comfort And Environment
You’ll want to create a writer’s sanctuary, and be able to sit and create your content in comfort. Therefore, you’ll need to invest in decent seating, so you don’t stand up after Sunday’s upload with a bad back. If you have a laptop; you can utilize both a desk and chair and a comfy seat (filled with all the cushions you want). It’s your space, so get something that provides both function and personality; take a look online for some office chair ideas that don’t scream boring, corporate environment. Pop an armchair or small sofa in the corner; they’ll be perfect for those rainy days where you need a blanket and softness to write your piece.
Part of having a comfortable working environment is the space you have to be creative. It’s worth going a little bigger on your desk or desk surface so that you can fit all your computer equipment on top along with personal items and stylish interior accessories.
Your Style And Inspiration
Again, you don’t want your creative blogging atmosphere to be blocked by tired looking furniture and dull surroundings. Therefore, it’s vital that you find your sense of interior style and use it with full force in your new office environment. Create yourself a moodboard, with colors, prints, and textures you like the look of, and take it with you when you’re off to buy wallpaper, paint, and accessories. Adorn your walls and shelves with images and quotes that inspire you or make you happy; there’s nothing like your favorite flamingo print to get those creative juices flowing.
Bring in the family photos, creative coffee table books, and your trinkets from traveling; you never know which of your personal items will spark a great thought or a blog post title. Bring the outside in with some plant life; cacti and succulents are not only super stylish right now, but they’re easy to care for and will fill an empty corner with a lush green color. Treat yourself to one or two office glasses or cups and a water carafe, so you truly feel that you’re in an upgraded space you can stay and work in successfully. Say goodbye to boring offices and hello to the perfect blogger’s sanctuary instead.
Disclosure: this is a collaborative post.