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Being a wife cum student is…..

It feels surreal… everything that has been going on. I’ve prepared all my life for this and yet, it still feels unprepared. Being a wife and a student cannot be more of a dream come true for me.

Hi all! Welcome and thank you for tuning in. This is my personal blog and seeing you here makes my heart flutter with joy. I hope that this post brings you insights as well as brighten up your day as you go through it.

Ahh, you read the title right. I am officially and happily a wife now! Yaay, right? It happened so fast I couldn’t even invite you to the wedding. I will narrate the story in another post tho.

But now that I am a wife, I feel like everything is pleasant and wonderful than before. I feel more responsible and more familial 🤭 than I have ever been.

Adding to that, I am a wife cum student too.

I have double duties and double joy all the more. So, this joy is now uncontainable and I somehow am on the sidewalk, writing this to you all. Wanna see?

So… here’s something I’ve learnt.

I cannot just sit idly at home and wait for my husband to come to me. What do I do with all the spare time? And what do I do home alone?

Also, I didn’t want my marriage life to be a boring one. I want to make it fun. I want to have fun. Even if that means having fun all by myself. He is off to work, and I haven’t secured a job myself.

Here’s what I did instead:

1. When we get up, I get myself super busy with house chores. That leaves him a little less chores to complete in the morning.

2. After I’m done with all that, I, either, get him all prepared and dressed up for the day, or I get dressed up and leave home together

3. My day starts after he leaves home. So I would open my To-Do app and write down things I planned to do. Sometimes there are 3 and sometimes 13. I just cannot get myself to not use the app. Here’s what it looked like:

4. After I tick off some tasks, I take a break and chill for atleast 20 mins.

5. And I repeat. After ticking off all the house chores and Today’s, I move on to my assignments task. It kinda looks like this:

And then I do some social media stuff and end my day when he reaches home.

I say that cuz when he comes home, it’s not his time or my time anymore but our time. And we spend our time together, doing absolutely nothing but making our today’s stories come alive.

Oh and we would talk until dinner and go to sleep.

Haha. As simple as it sounds, I feel like I am juggling work like a clown. I am a happy clown if that is all it takes. 🤭

Thank you for reading. If you liked it or could relate to it, do comment below.

See you next upload! 🙋🏽‍♀️

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I’m Leaving

You know they used to say, “If you’ve found your calling, you will leave your life behind and go chase it?” By they I meant Meeeee.

Thank you for all your support, I will be quitting to blog. I will turn to help out a dear friend of mine with her business. Honestly I think she needs this the most.

With that being the last of my “boring speech”, I hereby close my AcinoInspira blogging website.

Ciao everyone, and hope your lives get sweeter and sweeter, even without me around anymore. 🙂

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10 little known ways to better relationships

Have you been constantly fighting with your partner and want to be better yourself at communication? I have had the same problem for 6 years now and I want to share with you how I overcame the problems and understand my partner better.

Hello, and welcome to Acinoinspira. In this blog I will take you through 10 of the little known ways I have experienced that brought more joy to my relationships.

Once you’re done reading till the end of this post, I assure you that you will leave a happier, empowered, and a better you, which your partner will fall in love once again. Don’t believe me? Read through to find out on your own!

So, here they are:

10 ways to a better relationship.

But let’s make this all fun and games.

Let’s try role-playing here. You can be you, and I will be your partner.

We’re in an argument and the first thing I want to do is just get out of the room because you don’t understand me. Or at least you don’t try to. Here I go saying…

So, this is it? I play by your rules, while you don’t try to understand a thing I say? 

Now, instead of fighting more, you say.

Okay. Let’s figure this out. We’re in this together. I’m not here to fight against you, but to fight this with you. Help me understand you. 

1. Humble you: The first thing, in any form of argument, is to humble yourself before your partner. The reason you do this is to cool down the steam built in their head first, so that the conversation does not go haywire.

After hearing you say you want to fight this together and understand me, I now am cooled down and speak these words.

This happens all the time. Why do we fight like we do. We could never agree on a single point but are opposed by each other. I want to address the problem and deal with them in a mature way. 

This is your chance to make this right. You now

2. State the problem: Although this just the second step, you will find its easier to do it now. You try to understand YOUR problem, not your partner’s and state it.

You say:

Maybe I am just a little hot-headed sometimes, which closes all doors to understanding what you want. I just know what I want, but never consider what you do. And that is, what I feel, my problem is. 

(Yaay! You impressed your partner) They then go on to think of their problem and addresses their problems to you. Now don’t start taking them to heart, and play the blame game. You’ve come this far, might as well try to

3. Solve them TOGETHER: So now you know your weakness and you addressed it before your partner and the same with them. (Another hit!) Ask for suggestions on how you may improve. But you need to mention that the both of you need suggestions. Remember it shouldn’t be one-sided.

He says

I feel like you could be more consid………(listen well and take note, but take no offence) considerate towards my views and my efforts. I believe that would help. 

And you say…

Oh wow! Okay, THANK YOU (say it, you really mean it, don’t you?) 

I will try to work on that.

And you exchange the suggestion. Suggest him honestly and not fake out.

Now, that you have understood them better, by knowing their needs and their thoughts, you now

4. Ask for help: Yep! More humility. Accept the fact that both of you are humans, who’re prone to mistakes and will snap easily some time soon. So, (please?) tell your partner that. Ask them to help you at such times if they feel you snapped.

Now you get to just

5. Talk it out: Acknowledge your partner for trying their best to cope up. Appreciate how they have communicated and show some looovvvveeee. Give them a kiss on their forehead and say, “I am proud to be doing this together with you” or anything that comes out naturally off your heart.

Congrats on reaching half-way

Wanna know what to do next after this?

And this is how you argue. Do it with love.

6. Always think about the other person that’s in the listening end. Don’t try to act cool and show off your vocabulary or the ability to relate one situation with another. Your partner already knows you enough, if you do that, they’ll know you’re faking all of it. That is why, I say think of your partner before you say anything.

7. Be honest. Sometimes you might “fake it till you make it” your style of argument, but then take the time to tell your partner the truth. Just tell them you acted tough because you felt like (…..insert own words here…..) and get a laugh off that. Please try not to take what your partner says to heart and hurt your feelings.

8. Confront them only when you know it is their mistake 100%. Before that, try to figure out on your own. And do not let doubts overshadow you. If you don’t tell them what you think they did, they won’t know. Don’t assume your partner has the superpower to understand you just by your “😒” and “😣” please. They need to be explained to understand.

9. End all arguments before the next day. Be best friends. No one will judge you if you say, “ Hey, man, it’s bedtime, hug it out? I don’t wanna go down to sleep with anger in my heart.” or if you fight all night and end up solving the matter at 4:37 am in the morning. Once again ‘THEY WILL UNDERSTAND YOU IF YOU COMMUNICATE CLEARLY’

10. If things heat up pretty bad, pray. This shouldn’t even be the last point, instead this should be the first and foremost step in every relationship. But I kept this at 10 because people who fight most are the ones that might not be able to pray. So there you go. If you’re one of these people I mentioned, try praying. It helped me so great that in every argument we make, I say “Please pray for me” and he does it and I change through the help of two and not just one.

In concluding my post, there’s this disclaimer. It’s great to have arguments as it strengthens a relationship, but you need to do it the right way. Not that my way is the right or wrong way even, but these points are just to help you het past the stage of fighting it all on your own, while you could be doing it together. Ah. A quote is coming

Fight right. Yet fight not at night. (cuz your neighbor might be interested in it too)


So this is me saying byee byee and see you in the comments section (cuz I am begging you to comment if this could be of any help to you (or your neighbor) 😉 )

Have a good one! And by that I mean have a good argument 😋

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It’s been too long.

Posting my picture as this is my first step to opening up in this blog. 🙂
No edits, no filter. Just me being me. 😬

Okay so, to start off, I haven’t been doing well with my blogs. I ran out of ideas and struggled to keep up with everything and everyone. Thank you for still reading my blog posts, you mean a lot to me, you inspired me to continue this, and so I am here.

I literally am bursting out my feelings for my blog. This is my first “own thing” and I kinda blew it. I shifted my focus from my goals as well as my passion for writing.

Do you think you can help me out on this? I don’t know what to do anymore. Please comment below if you think I should continue.

So far, I have had thought about my blog and these are what I came up with:

  1. Rebranding it: I was thinking of rebranding it, because I lost my motivation to write. My blogs are not interesting to me any more than it can be for you. Hence, I am planning to shift my niche to “relationships”. Hoping that some-group-of-bodies will like what I post. But then, i figured it’s better to be
  2. Selling it: I am really overthinking to even think of selling my blog because it has nothing to sell about. It’s a costly investment I invested without really understanding what I got myself into, and now, when I do sell it, I cannot be guaranteed that the other person will benefit from it. They might even suffer too, maybe, more than I did. And they might regret buying the blog from me. Again, thinking about someone who really wants to have a blog of their own, i am thinking of just
  3. Giving it away: This is my best “option” (if there is any) when deciding what to do with my blog. I really want to do this but this needs a longer process than just to
  4. Leave it be: I wish, tho. I cannot do it anymore because it involves a lot of hard-work to even promote and let other people know and read my blogs. I forgot my motive and maybe it’s because I left my brain in the toilet. So I thought of leaving this blog thing. Therefore, I hate to say this but I might as well
  5. Continue: Believe me, this is the last thing I want to do, because I feel stuck. I don’t feel like I am inspiring or helping anyone at all anymore. So I considered to continue for the saw of my (present) followers.

I want to shout out to these amazing people here for their support –








Thank you for being here and not leaving my blog all by itself, like I did, cuz I am a fool.

With all this being said, I would like to post regularly and share my world and my life with you. Will be posting regular pictures as well as everyday journals so you can also be part of my world through this blog.

Once again, I am grateful to you all. ♥️♥️♥️

See you tomorrow. (Starting the 10-day journalling challenge tomorrow)

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10-morning habits I follow for a productive day

Are you a morning person? Like me? Well, I wouldn’t just define myself that, but rather, it depends on what I do for the day. Suppose, if I knew what I am going to do tomorrow at 12:27 PM, I would prepare myself for it.

The time I do these habits are bound to change on days where I feel like there is so much to do in so little time. But the habits don’t change, hence I call them habits.

Without further ado, let’s head on to the first thing I do when I wake up…

Also, I wouldn’t include stuff like brushing my hair/teeth in it because they are obvious and would just make the list longer.

Here are the 10-morning habits I follow and why I follow them:

  1. Wake up from my bed without taking a glimpse of my phone. This is the most important step for me because when you get up without touching your phone first thing in the morning, you are in control of yourself. You get to decide what to do that morning, and the whole day even. The device is a distraction to a better and healthy morning, I feel. For me, it has kept me in bed long enough to “good evening”. So, I now become in control of what I own and not the other way round. So here we are, the first-morning habit accomplished.
  2. Drink warm water. Hmm, what about drinking warm water? Well, first and foremost, I tried drinking warm water for a week and have seen such improvements in my skin. I had pimples and dry skin a week before, but now, they’re all gone! So this is why I drink my warm water every morning. It is also a great way to get your digestive system warm-up before you break the fast.
  3. Read. I love reading, it helps me think clear and organized. But I also find myself sitting with a book in my hands for as long as morning to dawn, if the book interests me too much. Hence, I read in the morning. I read either a chapter or even half of it in the morning so I don’t get caught up with other things and won’t have time for reading. I have been reading Genesis and now in Exodus. I chose to read it because I am a History major student, and the Bible has the best histories you could ever find. And after this I just
  4. Pray. Growing up, my parents made this a habit in my life. When I was little, I felt like this is the most boring thing to do, because I didn’t really know what it could impact. But now, as I grow older, I began to realize its power and its benefits. And so I pray every day. There was a time when I didn’t take this seriously, and would just meditate instead, but I feel this is more effective.
  5. 🚽 visitation. Yes, this also became a habit. How? You ask? Well, since the human body has a timeframe, and your brain helps with that. You go to it at a certain time, for a number of days, and the brain will set an alarm for it in your mind, and you will always want to do your business at a certain period of time. I made this my habit, and I don’t have to visit the *ahem for the whole day.
  6. Breakfast. This is considered a habit since it is followed by a habit. I have my breakfast after I come from the restroom/toilet/ whatever you call in your language. When my stomach is emptied and I feel the need for food. This is the best time, I feel, that you could have breakfast. By this time, the warm water has already flushed and distributed all over your body, hence the food will also digest better and sent throughout for more health and strength.
  7. Check emails and socials. After my breakfast, I am now about to take a look at my phone. This is when I usually take my phone and legit switch it on. It takes about 1.5-2.5 hours for me to reach this point of habit, which is the best thing. I got to do certain things before I even do it. After checking on all my stuff, I go on to
  8. Plan my day. I take my planner and just plan for the day. I will share what I do in a day in another post, but as of now, I just plan for the day and try to get all of them crossed out at the end of the day. I make sure to leave out the small details and just enter the entries that are most important in my day. I also keep a deadline for almost every single item on the list. Like, for example, I wrote “write a blog” and kept a 4 PM deadline just beside it. And so that is how I get through my day.
  9. Practice French. Another habit I have just taken up. Although I loved learning French, I have started learning 5 years ago. But I wasn’t consistent. But I joined a learning app – Duolingo and it is such an aid. I have never been learning and entertained at the same time.
  10. Start my day. After all that I have done, the above points, I now begin my “today” with all of the items on my to-do list. This way I understand what I should expect for today and also know when to stop working and take a break.

I hope you liked reading until here. This is what my morning looks like, and this is how it can look if you are interested to follow me through this post. But sometimes, one can never be too organized, it kills all the fun. You can make a morning routine that fits you best and try to do them accordingly.

I will now leave with this quote:

The first two hours of your morning are crucial for a productive day. Decide how they should work.

Thank you for being here and reading my blogs, do subscribe for related content and until next time, take care… 🙋🏽‍♀️

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10 tips on starting a YouTube channel + 3 BONUS TIPS😉

So… I hear you think of starting a YouTube channel? Does this mean you’re tired of becoming a “YouTubee” or is it because there is no such word?

Hello and welcome to this awesome post! I say it is awesome because I have finally found someone to share my journey alongside. I hope you like this blog and do follow me for more YouTube tips!

Now, let’s get going! (Except we’re not going anywhere and just scrolling below. See ya downstairs)

But, before that. Check out my YouTube channel! It’s called Study Glow. Let me know what you think of it in the comments below!

Here, I will share with you ten things on starting a YouTube Channel and influence some people on the internet! The reason I wanted to do this was that I just started this channel. Although I started it a few weeks ago, I really wanted to share with you what I learned so far, and what I wish I knew from the start. I just didn’t want to wait until I get successful, because by then I might have forgotten the things I did when I started. So, here we go…

Let’s begin with number…

  1. Ask yourself questions. Now, some of you may have seen this similar post on my previous post but asking questions helps you define the reasons every time. Okay, first, and foremost, let’s ask you why you wanna do it! Okay, I will go first. I created a YouTube channel so I can achieve “confidence” and film my 3-year college journey as well. How about you? (psst! write the answer in your sticky note)

    Wow! What a reason you’ve given! This could be enough for starting a channel and start influencing. But before we do that, let’s do some
  2. Consistency check. Now, after your given reason, (I wish I had known, but you won’t let me see it😋) make plans. Make a schedule on consistency! Here, decide on whether you can be consistent in your uploading schedule, or on your content if you are not sure about being consistent on your uploading schedule. Check what else is needed for you to have consistency. These are what I’ve learned so far: Consistency in time, tags, video, and brand.
  3. Plan for your brand. Here you need to start planning for what kind of colors you wanna use for your brand. Now, this is an important step to take because this is where people will understand your consistency. Show them your brand so they can be inclined to trust in you. Decide the colors, and the logo(if you’re not giving your channel name your name), and the Channel name!
  4. Get to know your niche. Again, same ol’ point. But discovering and deciding your niche will help you reach out better to a targeted audience than just randomly targeting viewers. It is said that having an audience that shares similar interests is better than an audience having no interest at all. So choose wisely.

    Once you realize your niche, you can go ahead and…
  5. Plan your content. This is what I did when I first started out. I take the number of my age and planned out that the exact number of content/videos. But of course, I won’t ask you to do this. You can start brainstorming and planning out your content. It all depends on you tho, whether you go for 100-content planning or a 5. I will recommend you to try planning out 5 content for your video and go on to the next step, and that would be ~ a lot of…
  6. Research. Check out different videos and influencers on how they handle their channel. Check out their designing skills and whatever it is that you feel should be included in your channel as well. Just don’t steal other people’s ideas. This will not take you anywhere. Plus, YouTube will take down your channel if you don’t adhere to the guidelines.
  7. Enroll in courses. Speaking of guidelines, it would be best if you could enroll yourself in the YouTube Creators’ Academy. What? You’ve never heard of this before? How is that possible? This is the best thing you could get yourself enrolled into, (nope, not getting sponsored but telling you out of care). It’s free, has tests and course exams, and just anything you could possibly need to know about YouTube. (if you’re like me, who doesn’t like to read the terms and privacy, or the guidelines even, then I suggest you get on with this and watch their videos instead). But then again, you can also choose a paid course too.
  8. Choose your mentors. Now, I think this is quite possible for you. (If you do have a mentor, you could still use this tip and have two mentors) This was what I had in mind when I created Study Glow. I chose three mentors for my channel: someone who I would take inspiration (not copy) from, who has the same niche or something similar, and become motivated to do things because these people are the best motivators for me. You could try having a mentor if not 3. Basically, you just need to choose, among your favorite influencers, the people you will be depending on for motivation and inspiration.
  9. Pick a spot. Yep, this is the time when you almost get to film (but not yet). Pay attention to lighting, angle, and your surrounding sounds. These things play a very crucial role in your first video. Make sure all are checked and taken care of. If not, you’ll find it hard to edit your video later on. It’s better to find (not the perfect, but) a better spot for filming than settling with a distracting background.
  10. Get creative with filming. This is where most of the “you” inside would want to give up, but just don’t listen to it! Just do it! You’ll be proud of yourself. This will be your first video. So, let it all out! Introduce yourself and your channel, (if possible, read out what you wrote in that sticky note before) and just get creative.

    Don’t stress too much tho. Nobody likes the first video anyway. It’s just there for you and your subscribers to know why you’re doing it. You don’t see people giving a speech starting with the body, do you? It always has to have an intro.
  11. Time to edit. Pick up the free software. Don’t invest in just anything yet! You filmed with what you already had, not a DSLR. So even for the editing software, try to get to know the tool and familiarize yourself with it. Maybe you can also watch some videos and tutorials on how to edit.
  12. Upload your first video. This is the final step! You upload your video and share it with your audience or basically anyone you know. But don’t force them to like or subscribe. Remember, sharing a video doesn’t mean promoting yourself. It means, ” I just want to let you know that this has been one of my favorite achievements”. If they liked your video, they will eventually press that button. You won’t even have to say a word. Just try out “Hey, check out my first YT vid. I just filmed it”
  13. Don’t compare. Now, after you’re done with the video, don’t get all too crazy about the numbers just yet. I faced this scenario where I compared myself with others and felt like giving up. Just try not to compare your videos with others. You have just begun this phase of starting a YouTube channel. Focus on what you could do next, not on other people’s success/failure. This is the time where you need a lotta brainstorming and not depression or anxiety. Chill and wait for your time to grow!

So these are the few steps to follow when you are really passionate about starting your dream channel. All the best! And share with me when you do, I will support you in any way…

Comment below if you have any other questions or have a tip for my next blog post, (cuz, rn, I am running out of ideas)

Until next time! Byeeeee….

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Order of the Bible: Sorted by number of chapters

Hey there, I searched all through the internet to find the books the Bible sorted by the number of chapters but I couldn’t find them. The reason I wanted them was that I thought of reading the Word starting from books with the least number of chapters and then proceeding on to the others. I finished Obadiah and Haggai but don’t really know what else to read since it was hard to sort out the other books as Nahum, Malachi, and others had 3 chapters each.

A little about this blog:

By the way, if you are new here, welcome to AcinoInspira. I will be sharing with you Bible-related content as well as my lifelong journey in this blog. Be sure to check out my other blogs here… I hope the following sorted-out list helps you in just any way possible. But most importantly, I hope it sparks the flame inside your heart to read the Word even more. I will be following this sequence of the list until I finish reading the “Minor Prophetical Books”. Ooh, if you have the YouVersion Bible App in your device(s), add me too. We can also share plans, and Bible verses, and even pray for each other. Would love to befriend you in the App.

a girl walking in nature with a text: Order of the Bible: Sorted by number of chapters

Also, I have a YouTube channel, named “Study Glow“, where I am trying to share the not-so-obvious things I realized about the Word, and help others by encouraging them to get into the Bible and discover God more. But in the meantime, I am just traveling through this confidence journey

Here is your list of the Bible sorted out:

Thank you for visiting and have fun reading the Bible! God bless!

Do comment below on your approach to read the Word. Some might just be motivated by what you do. I will be commenting there too, but I also would like you to start first. Take the lead, my fellow friend.

Until next time, bye-bye!

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Blogging | Why it?

Do you need help with enhancing your thoughts about starting a blog? Well, you’ve come to the right place!

It is right to think about it first, research more than you think you should; making sure if this is what your heart (or head) wants to do.

Before blogging, or starting a business on blogging, here are a number of things you would need to ask yourself.

1. Why?

Ask yourself why.

What is the reason behind your wanting to blog? Maybe you have reasons like improving your writing skills, or maybe having your own platform of journaling. Isn’t there a better alternative to this? Whatever it is, you need to find a why behind it. You need to understand if your why is whether a weak reason or a great one. You don’t want to start a blog without anything in mind. This would quickly tire and bore you out. For example, I created this blog because of these reasons – write down my thoughts and let people know, getting out of my comfort zone, improving my writing skills, and become someone who can make a difference by helping people find a solution to their problems.

If your reason is similar to mine, then I give you the next question to ask yourself.

2. What?

Now, before you blog, you gotta make sure what blogging really is.

For this, I would like to bring out two points:
1. What is blogging, as defined by the internet?
No, I won’t give you the answers to this as I want you to just get out there, and research what it really means to blog.

2. What is blogging to you?
Again, this is similar to the “why”, but this is a more in-depth question as compared to it. This is when people ask you what is blogging, and you define them the things you know about blogging. They won’t like to hear what the world defines it, they would love to hear YOUR thoughts, so just give it a try. Define blogging in your own way, it can be a 3-words definition or a 3-page, depending on what you think it is.

This is where you will realize if you are really into it. And you would thank yourself that you are not trying to be like someone else.

3. How?

Now that you are done answering the two most important questions, “how” is another step-2 question you need to ask yourself?

How should I blog?
How can I get others to acknowledge my insights?
How can I make sure I am different than what somebody has already presented in the internet world?
How should I start?
How can I inspire or help people?

I believe you could come up with better “hows” than I could, but in the meantime, make sure you ask more questions and not depend on questions already present in this post.

4. When?

This is when you are very sure that “starting a blog” is calling you out. You are super sure about it and need to plan ahead for what kind of posts and/or topics you will write about.
Questions you need to ask yourself are:

When should I start planning?
When should I create the first post?
When should I schedule my posts?
When should I take a break?

Since you are just some number of steps far to start a blog this is where I would make sure I keep check of the following things:

5. Is it worth it?

What this question makes you consider is whether it can be worth of your time.
What if it eats up your time and you might not have time to rest or maybe meditate in the morning anymore?
What if the experience as presented by other bloggers isn’t what you will get?
What if the things you now consider to be a fortune, lead to you being stagnant in your growth?
Is it worth giving it a try?
Is what I am searching for, be found in this thing?

After clearing all negative thoughts about this, you go and do it! I assure you the things you research now will be helpful in the future. Thank yourself later if this is applicable.

6. Is it for me?

Maybe someone has said, “Blogging isn’t for everyone”. I guess this is where you can ask yourself if blogging is for you.
What will I lose or gain when I blog?
Will I be content with what you get?
What will become of me if I start blogging?
Will blogging satisfy my longing for writing?

Yes, keep on asking, even if it is a lot. In the end you will notice these questions will help you define what you are doing. So don’t give up already. A prize is waiting for you at the end.

7. What niche should I take up?

Most of you will already have known what a niche is. But if you don’t, here is an assignment for you: Double click on the word “NICHE”, right click and click on wherever that says “define or search”. Found it? Good! You are a smart person!

Coming back to this, this is the most important thing to research about. Without a niche, your audience wouldn’t be much interested to stay at your website and know more about it. You have got to have a niche. I can’t help you define your niche for you, because it differs from person to person. Some people take up “Finance” as a niche, while others take up “Travelling”. You could find out about your personality, and decide your niche based on that, but you can also just google out the different niches available and pick something that suits you. But I also need you to remember that a niche is more profitable if it can solve people’s problems.

8. Target audience

Target audience is something that I have just come to understand. You would need to know a lot about who the “target audience” is. I usually see my target audience as customers or somebody interested in reading my blogs, someone having similar interests. Once you understand who the “target audience” is, you can go on to define who YOUR target audience is. My target audience could be students at school and people like you who want to start a blog. Here I defined my target audience, so my blog ideas will center around them.

9. Finances

For earning through a blog, you wouldn’t just want to stay on a free membership, rather, you will need to invest a certain amount of money, if you want to be profitable yourself, that is. I also have friends who blog for fun and not earning from them. But if you want to have a side-job, like me, this is an important step to take. Check your finances and see if you can afford to upgrade your account to a business plan so you can earn through it. But it is not mandatory to have a plan if you are getting started. You need to gain followers and subscribers first, and then, if you see it is worth upgrading, you can do so.

10. How to earn?

The last step. I wanted to include this here, although, blogging should not be seen in just the perspective. If you have just started out, believe me, it would take some time to gain followers, but you need to keep on pushing and not give up. Post blogs frequently and not let your account sit through. Engage with the blogging community so you can be more inspired and get to know more people through it. Then if you feel you are ready for it, find out ways to earn through a blog. Reach out to people who just started earning, or people who have earned tons of cash from blogging and ask for tips. Be curious and act! But if you are blogging without the want to earn, that is totally up to you.

This is the only advice I can give you. I hope you like this post. Do comment below on what you think about these tips, or if they have or have not helped you at all. Thanks for reading (and commenting). Until next time! Byeee

P.S: I have introduced myself to the world because I came through my confidence journey. I will also write about my confidence journey, but in the meantime, watch this!