The theme for this week's episode was inspired by the conversations I had yesterday with some writers on Twitter. As a result, today's questions may not be as fun as the ones I've asked in past episodes. Still, I encourage you to answer them with as much enthusiasm as you've answered my past questions. It… Continue reading ‘Would You Rather’ Weekly Series — Episode #4
It's been exactly three weeks since I announced my starting the Would You Rather blog series, and we've had two successful episodes since then. Admittedly, we should have had three episodes, but I was confronted with certain unforeseen challenges last week that disrupted my blogging life. While I haven't dealt with these challenges, I couldn't… Continue reading ‘Would You Rather’ Weekly Series — Episode #3
As with most of life's problems, the issue of low readership can be solved with a simple display of dishonesty. Being the avid reader that I am, I happen to follow a lot of blogs. But of all the bloggers that I'm currently following, my favourites are the ones whose posts are sprinkled with lies… Continue reading Why Bloggers Should TOTALLY Encourage Hypocrisy
Welcome to yet another episode of the ‘Would You Rather’ blog series. I'd like to think of last week's episode as a huge success, even though some non-bloggers messaged me on Facebook that they couldn't quite relate to the questions I asked. I'll admit that last week's questions were more related to blogging than to… Continue reading ‘Would You Rather’ Weekly Series — Episode #2
Of all the games I play on social media, I love playing “Would You Rather” the most. Not only is this game fun, but it's also a great way to learn more about people and their preferences — which is why I've decided to make it a blog series, at least until I run out… Continue reading Introducing — *Drumroll* — the “Would You Rather?” Blog Series
When I glance over my blog posts and other types of content I've written during the past six years, I can't help but marvel at how much my vocabulary has improved with time. Like every writer, I once struggled to write coherently. And it was frustrating because each time I had an idea I badly… Continue reading How I Developed My Written Vocabulary
My new Twitter account reminds me of a Spiderman action figure someone got me when I was a kid. I loved the toy so much that I went virtually everywhere with it. I loved it not just because it was a rare find at that time, but also because it was a replacement for another… Continue reading Let’s Connect on Twitter!
With the alarming number of bloggers out there today, the only way you're going to stand out from the crowd is by constantly engaging your readers with blog articles that are relevant to their needs. But to do this, you must first understand what kind of people your readers are — Who are they? What… Continue reading How to Find Topics to Write About
I could start by making excuses for my long absence and for the commitments that I made to my readers but failed to fulfill. I might even begin with a review of last year's many challenges and how I reacted in the face of every one of them. Then again, I could start by apologising… Continue reading 2020: Redemption Season
Writing any type of content (a novel, academic essay, blog post, etc) requires a great deal of concentration and discipline. In fact, when you're writing, the slightest distraction or inconvenience can adversely affect your productivity and workflow. So it's no wonder that the writing medium you use is very important, especially when you consider that… Continue reading Writing on Paper VS Writing Digitally — Which is More Productive?
I know you're used to me writing about blogging, writing, and productivity, but today's post is going to be a bit different from my other posts. Today's post is a personal post: it's about me. (Don't worry, I'm not about to launch into a long, boring composition about myself or my favourite colour.) Sooo last… Continue reading Celebrating a Milestone
Almost every blogging advice on the internet today is geared towards helping you become a successful blogger. But very few of them talk about the need to be a courteous blogger of some repute. I know I've emphasised this a million times but permit me to stress it again — your relationships with other bloggers… Continue reading Blogging Etiquette 101: the Dos and Don’ts of Blogging