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Ways to Avoid Blogging Burnout

Are you blogging your way to a burnout?

Blogging has taken the world by storm. Everyone one is a blogger, professional or not, to blog about food, hacks, fashion, technology, healthcare and pretty much anything and everything to do with life has become a trend that everybody, across the globe, has started following. However, the concept of blogging is a lot more than just putting down your thoughts and taking some extremely beautiful pictures – it’s an art which requires a fair amount of skill. Like every profession and/or pastime, blogging too comes with its do’s and don’ts, its own share of stress and anxiety and it’s own guidebook of best practices , things one must keep track of if one wants to be on top of their blogging game. Pressure associated with blogging can be immense. Even though it may sound like a whole lot of fun, it’s not always a walk in the park and at times, it gets to you more than you could care for. Therefore, in order to ensure that you (or any other blogger that you may know) don’t end up suffering from a ‘blogging burnout’, here are a few things that you must start practicing.

Go Beyond Your Niche

The best thing about blogging is that you have the liberty to choose a genre that you love and go all out on it. From food, to technology, from fashion and lifestyle to healthcare, the world has seen some excellent bloggers emerging as powerful influencers in their particular field. However, writing and reading about one thing and thing only can become a little cumbersome. So if you want to avoid a blogging burnout, try broadening your horizons to topics and research that goes beyond your niche and your line of interest.

Logout When You Can

In a world that resolves around social media, staying connected at all times, irrespective of where you are and what you might be doing is as a big a boon as it is a curse. While it is great to always be on top of things and be in control of what’s going on in the professional (and personal) front, constantly starting at a screen can get a bit overwhelming and can quickly result in a burnout. Which is why, if you want to avoid going bananas, then logging out, and we mean entirely, is absolutely necessary.

Make an Organizational System

One of the charms of blogging is that it’s not an office job. You don’t have to report everyday to office at a particular time and you don’t have to pull a nine to five at your desk. However, nothing’s fair in love and war, and just because you’re free to operate by yourself when you’re a blogger doesn’t mean that you don’t need to be organised. Maintain a system and stick to it, that’s the secret of avoiding a burnout!

Work outside Your Living Room

Spinning off from the point mentioned above, one of the biggest perks of being a blogger is not being confined within the four walls of an office. However, working from one place even when you’re at home, isn’t the healthiest of habits as well. Environment plays a big role when it comes to a burn out. A change of place facilitates a change of mind, which in turn enables you to keep things fresh, thus avoiding a burnout.

Find someone who doesn’t Care

It’s great to be surrounded by people who care, by loved ones who show equal interest in your work as you do yourself. However, sometimes, in order to give yourself a break and return to your blog with renewed gusto, you need to be around people who just don’t care about what topic you’re writing about at the moment. Not only does this refresh you but it gives you an opportunity to gather much needed perspective about your work!

Keep calm and keep on blogging!

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