The Five Most Important Things I’ve Learned in My first month of blogging — Just Your Average Gal

It’s been one month since I launched Just Your Average Gal (wow, seriously?!) and time has flown! I’ve learned so much, not only about blogging itself but about all the feelings that come with taking a leap into the unknown: nervousness, excitement, fear, anxiety, frustration, happiness. And through all of this, there are five important […]

via The Five Most Important Things I’ve Learned in My first month of blogging — Just Your Average Gal.

1. Just start

2. Don’t compare yourself to others

3. Embrace who you are

4. It’s okay to be a beginner

5. Have fun! And remember why you started in the first place

 

 

 

 

My 1,300th post.

 

 

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2 Responses to The Five Most Important Things I’ve Learned in My first month of blogging — Just Your Average Gal

  1. Number two, especially if for self fulfillment.

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