You have probably been there.
Maybe you want to quit blogging right now.
Nobody goes through this blogging journey without pondering the idea of quitting the gig all together.
Even seasoned veterans think through if they should proceed or quit at least a few times during their blogging careers.
Point blank; successful bloggers find ways to keep going while the masses either quit all together or struggle through the entirety of their blogging careers.
Follow these tips to keep blogging when you feel like quitting.
1: Allow Your Fun to Beat Your Fear
Do you have fun blogging? I sure hope so.
If you do enjoy blogging simply focus more heavily on your love of blogging and less on the fears that goad you into quitting.
90% of the time, you don’t want to quit because you lost the love of blogging. Nope. 9 out of 10 times you quit – or want to quit – because you fear some outcome has not manifest.
Perhaps you are sick of not seeing much blogging traffic after years of effort. Or maybe you haven’t made any money through your blog despite spending the prior year working diligently, building bonds and creating helpful content across a wide range of channels.
If you focus on your love over the fear of loss, the love/fun expands and you will never quit blogging, no matter how bleak things seem to be.
Allow your fun to beat your fear. Keep blogging.
2: Follow Inspirational Bloggers
During your darkest hours it helps to know that other bloggers ran into horrible struggles along the way.
If they did it, you can do it too.
I struggled horribly before I became an island hopping, Amazon best selling, pro blogger.
I literally lost almost all of my money, I sold almost all of my possessions and nothing seemed to work for me, blogging-wise or life-wise, for a while.
I turned the tide after embracing deep fears and releasing these feelings but only after slamming into strong resistance.
Knowing that things didn’t always come easily for me can give you a little nudge if you want to quit blogging now. Persist. Keep at it. I know you can do it. I believe in you, and I hope that learning of my failures and successes can inspire you to blog even though you may want to quit.
3: Spend More Time on Mindset Work
Feeling the desire to quit indicates fear is calling the shots in your mind.
Spending more time on mindset work is the quickest way to uproot, embrace, feel and release deep fears.
Consider a few rituals to improve your mindset:
- doing yoga
- spending 30 seconds in an icy cold shower (but go easy; I don’t want any Word Writers Hub readers to become blogging popsicles)
Working on my mindset and boosting my energy helped me feel and release fears so I could blog from an energy of love, abundance and fun.
I have not thought about quitting blogging in years because the fear of loss and fear of failure – the 2 chief fears that feed your desire to quit – do not reside in my mind.
4: Pull Back
Maybe a week off from blogging would help dissolve your urge to quit.
Or 2-3 days off from blogging may do the trick.
Taking a short or long break gives you clarity as you move forward.
Even the Energizer Bunny needs to recharge its batteries.
Pulling back helps you rest, recharge and tackle blogging from a fresh new perspective.
Everybody needs a blogging break sometimes.
You are only human.
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