The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Bloggers

Good tips to follow

The Art of Blogging

Do you want to be a successful blogger? Do ideas for posts randomly pop into your head whenever, wherever? Do you think about ways to improve your blog?

How to write more? Better? Faster?

Do you study what the most successful bloggers have done to get to where they are right now?

You are not alone. I do this too. It’s one of my passions. To see what makes the difference. What works, what doesn’t, and to understand the why. Because of this, I can write cute posts like this one.

Here are the seven best habits to have as a blogger.

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Are you aware about, ‘No cost travelling’ ?

Very informative for travellers. Thought to share it with my travel blogger friends

Unravel to travel

So, i recently asked my friend, name one thing that holds you back from travelling and what he replied is what i hear from everyone i talk to: “Ash, I don’t have enough money.”

Money.

I personally think, you do not need to be rich to travel.

Lets repeat that.

You do not need to be Rich to travel cheap.

You need to make travel a priority, if travel is not your priority you will always find other things to spend your money on. People save money, they have agenda behind saving, atleast some do.

The question is, what is your reason behind saving? why do you need savings when you have money that you are just keeping for future. Make this concept clear and you will realize what you are saving for, if it’s for travel. Congratulations, my friend, you are a soulful traveller, who despite of everthing …

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The Problem with “Great Schools”

The author of the post has very effectively highlighted the myth about rating whether schools or universities

IntegratedSchools.org

by Ali McKay

If you have young kids or use Redfin, you’ve probably seen the school ratings from GreatSchools. Our school is rated a “4”. That’s out of 10. When I was in school, forty percent is not a grade that I or my parents would have been happy with. In fact, there would have been a fair amount of freaking out about a 4 out of 10. And yet, my children, and all of the other 330 kids in that school, are learning, having fun, and occasionally misbehaving or letting off steam. They are being kids. The more I think about it, the more I wonder how a building full of people – actual kids, teachers, parents, staff – can be described by one number.

 

I am very happy with our school, even though it has some pretty significant challenges. It isn’t a “4” to me, or…

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