6 Productive Habits For Bloggers

6 Productive Habits For Bloggers

Let’s talk about habits

Hi bloggers and recent followers, 

You may ask how to produce high-demand content that readers like?

As time goes by, you run out of ideas then you experience writers’ block.

That can turn into blog burnout the next phase you feel exhausted before you produce.

You need to figure out what needs to adjust so you can begin. Things as mindset, days, at what time do you perform better? 

When you have an idea of what to improve, then you must create a habit of it.

Working towards a fruitful habit on a day-to-day basis habit takes over a year to learn.

In this blog post, you will get my 6 productive habits for bloggers.


Productive mindset.

The mindset is the most vital part that you have. You know that a mindset is a spiritual place in your brain.

Tag your brain to see forward the way to do that is read, watch result-oriented stuff. Also, learn things that are just and right.

Don’t forget that God is the creator of your mind, so if you face a battle or a struggle, pray to end the cycle. 

6 Productive Habits For Bloggers

For the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh but have divine power to destroy strongholds.

We destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God and take every thought captive to obey Christ.

Source: 2 Corinthians 10: 4-6 


Take breaks between productive and non-productive hours.

You may think, why should I take a break? As you blog, you come to a point where you can’t produce. 

Taking breaks will help you think clearly and look forward.

There are great tips you can learn about breaks, rest and the positive effect of it.

For example, visit the site 👉 go here.

Learn from my experience about breaks.

Why I take blog breaks

https://dropnerblog.com/why-i-take-a-2-4-week-break-from-blogging/


Priorities and boundaries.

Let’s face it, you are getting stuck in your daily routine, and you come to a certain point that you break down.

You can influence people with your attitude for that time.

Sometimes you and I are so distracted that we can’t concentrate on blog content or run out of time.

As humans, we don’t see the finished product. But we see the hard work with little to no payoff. 

If you run out of time and don’t see the finished product. Then it’s time to learn to prioritize.

I suggest beginning with easy and light work first and the harder ones after that.

Also, check how much time it takes for each task- you don’t have to be specific about it.

One of the best goal settings is the smart goals tactic. 

Boundaries are setting up belief, personal or social rules such as:

  • Yes-No rules.
  • Does it hurt me?
  • That makes me feel like a_____.

Do not get confused with limiting yourself.


Learn from uplifting content.

One of the necessary habits you must have is looking for blogs that write straightforward and are uplifting and positive.

The reason is that they give you practical viewpoints of doing something great.

I suggest that you learn from their mistakes, so you don’t have to fall and write on the sweet spot.



Lose the pajamas when you produce.

Working late can also lead to bad habits. That can leave you with sleepness, not having a clear mind, and fast eating.

It may sound strange but hanging around in your pajamas makes you feel unproductive and lazy.

When you must be, serious the pajama outfit makes you feel weak and sleepy.

If you want to be productive wear, casual clothes for the writing days, not nightclothes.


Have production hours.

When you feel you are tired, run out of time, and that your writing drains you.

Then you must learn how to time your next blog post.

For example:

  • Weekly new blog post.
  • Write every 3 days.

In this way, your readers are better informed, and you make time to do any research, and it gives you the space and time to focus on other things that need your full attention.


Conclusion.

Sure blogging is fun! But if you want to produce a better blog post, then you need to learn productive habits.

Habits that make you strong in every way. Good habits take time, and it can sometimes take years before you see the benefit.

Be honest and find out if you have the wrong lifestyle usages and unlearn them.

Learn habits that will help you produce better and quality blog posts.

If you don’t know where to start, start with my 6 production habits.

These are:

  1. Productive mindset.
  2. Take breaks between productive and non-productive hours.
  3. Priorities and boundaries.
  4. Learn from uplifting content.
  5. Lose the pajamas when you produce.
  6. Have production hours.

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