When Is the Last Time You Smiled Broadly While Blogging?

Guys; I know blogging and life feels scary sometimes. Fears get triggered. Stuff seems to hit you left and right. Fighting fears feels normal, but it ain’t natural. Tension ensue. You forget to smile and enjoy the blogging ride.

But you need to face fear dead in the eye, feel fear, and proceed to smile. Sure it feels tough. Most bloggers blog from fear, a heavy, straining and striving energy. But you are different. I can see it. You want to blog from a relaxed, peaceful energy, but don’t know how. Relax. Calm down. Slow down. Smile.

Smiling feels difficult in moments of crises. Perhaps nobody appears to visit your blog. Maybe you have not made a cent blogging after spending 7 months generously creating and connecting. Chill. Relax your body. Relax your mind. Then be present with any energies arising in your being.

Prepare for a deluge like Niagara Falls in some cases. Tears come. Frustrated human beings cry. Whether 5 years old or 45 years old, we need to feel fear-pain to release the fear-pain. Crying serves as the ultimate purge. Then begin smiling again. 4Smile while you blog. Laugh while you blog. Pop a joke or two. I look like an old graybeard while writing these words. Haven’t shaved in a few days. Big time Gandolf look going on. Do you like Lord of the Rings? I do.

Like Gandalf, we want to show wisdom in feeling fears then laughing, blogging and smiling for the fun of it. Smile! Relax. This is why you need to blog mainly for fun; other bloggers hellbent on making that sweet blogging money slam into fear, resistance and general lower energies that handcuff them from being who they could TRULY be.

Relax. Blogging is an energy game. I smile like The Cheshire Cat after eating 45 canaries right now. Why? I feel good. I smile. I blog mainly for fun. Loving the process, I energize myself for a long, fascinating, sometimes scary blogging journey.

I suggest you follow some energy management ritual to both face and feel fear, and to blog mainly from a fun-loving, relaxed energy. I meditate, do Kriya yoga, exercise with power walking and also do yin yoga. Hitting about 4 hours daily of energy management.

Sure it feels hella uncomfortable sometimes; engaging in energy management saves your time like mad but also unearths deep, suppressed fears. How does it feel, to feel fear? Not good at all! But we need feel fear to smile from a genuine energy. No way around that one, folks.

I strongly suggest tuning out global headlines right now. Any news you genuinely need will make its way to your phone or television or to Facebook, or Twitter. Every else is fear, being used to manipulated fear-filled people, and none of this crap is gonna make you smile like the Cheshire Cat. Nope.

Like Da Cat feasts on canaries, we feast on our energetic environment and feel a predominant vibe based on what we feed our minds. How can you relax and smile if you feed your mind negative images?

Surround yourself with positive, uplifting energy sources. From people, to prose, to pets, surround yourself with love. Hang out with high energy folks. Release the lower energy types. Read inspiring eBooks. Watch inspiring videos on YouTube. Peep uplifting shows.

I continually feast on positive energy sources all day long and rarely give any of my attention and energy to fear, negativity and the like. This is one reason why I can skillfully navigate through mass negativity that seems to cripple humanity from time to time. I face fear, smile, and also surround myself only with loving, positive, fun influences, from people, to places, to….everything positive.


Practice abundance. Be grateful for gifts you have. Enjoy the phone you use to read this post. Be thankful for the food in your fridge. Turn that frown upside down to add a high energy, playful vibe to your blogging campaign.

Written by Ryan Biddulph

Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author, and world traveler who's been featured on Richard Branson's Virgin Blog, Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, Positively Positive, Life Hack, John Chow Dot Com and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and self-published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon and can help you build a successful blog at

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