When looking for inspiration for new posts, sometimes I have to look beyond my own kitchen…that’s when I turn to The Daily Post.
May 7, 2013;
Daily Prompt: Key Takeaways
I’m pretty new to blogging. considering I’ve only been at it for a little over two months now.
Before I started blogging I’d been kickin’ around the idea of starting one for a while. I thought it looked like fun. I’d read other peoples blogs and think, “I could do something like that. You just write about what you like, or what you know, or what you’re passionate about. I can do that. I have people ask me for cooking tips all the time, why not ‘put it out there for the world’? How hard can it be?”
I mean, put me in a kitchen and I’m completely at ease, even if it’s a space I’ve never been in before. Put a note pad in front of me and I can usually find something to write about. I decided to it was time to bite the bullet and set up a WordPress account and upload a post.
Seventeen posts in and quite often, I feel like I have no idea what I’m doing. Don’t get me wrong, I use computers on a daily basis to pull bits of information off the internet for personal and business use. However, I’m definitely not the most technically savvy person. I’m not really sure what an RSS feed is and I’m still not sure what half the available widgets do.
All I can say is that it’s a good thing WordPress makes things easy. : )
So, if there’s any advice I can give to new or even would be bloggers out there it is this:
Don’t sweat the technical stuff. Just write about what you want to write about and ask for help whenever you need it. It’s out there.
Have a Dee’Lectable Day!