5 Tips and Triks Every Blogger Should Know



This I believe is a really important tip. Ignore the fact that anyone else will read what you write, just focus on your thoughts, ideas, opinions and figure out how to put those into words. Just write about what you are passionate, what makes you happy.  Your blog should be the extended version of your mind and feelings. Don't be scared of being  yourself, is the best choice you can make.




Twitter chats are a great tool to interact with other bloggers and make new friends! This timetable is something that has changed my life, seriously! I'm trying to be more organized and focus as a blogger. I used to take notes/memo on my phone, but was seriously a total mess! Ahah! Then I came across this free printable timetable, a life saver! The creator of this timetable is Ashton,, you can download the free pdf/img printable on her blog Beauty, Books and Babble with this tool you can highlights the chat you want to join in, and maybe take a note on your daily planner!



I don’t know where I’d be without my planner, probably screaming laying on the floor, ahah. Seriously though, that planner represent my whole life and mind. One of the best blogging tips is to use a calendar or planner to keep track of your post dates, routines, projects and ideas. It's really helpful to organize every post or topics that may pop up in your mind and have the possibility to write down something, gathering your ideas all in one place!






I have to admit that taking pictures is my favourite part of blogging. I LOVE to play with my Nikon and see what turns out. But I know that for some people can be a little bit tough when it comes to manual mode, shutter speed and aperture. Pinterest is my favorite place to go for some good inspiration. Also to feature some of my fave pictures in some blog posts, as this one. I don't always have the time or good light to take pretty pictures, even if I try to take them in bulk. Pinterest is a great way to spice up your posts!




This is something I'm still learning day by day. This are two main points that helped me a lot!

1. Comparison puts focus on the wrong person. You can control one life: yours. But when we constantly compare ourselves to others, we waste precious energy focusing on other peoples’ lives rather than our own. 

2. You are too unique to compare fairly. Your talents, successes and value are entirely unique to you. They can never be properly compared to anyone else. Even because we typically compare the worst we know of ourselves to the best we presume about others! 



x federica