Invitation to a Workshop: Simple Blogging

I want to invite you to a course I’m teaching Wednesday next week. It’s an online course so you can attend from anywhere you have an internet.

The topic is Simple Blogging, and it is about how to focus the time you spend blogging to get the most impact for your efforts. It will be part teaching, part interactive Q&A, and every participant will also get a copy of my e-book Simple Blogging.

With blogging you have a lot of short-term goals and demands on your time: emails, publishing deadlines, more emails, requests, and it seems like your blog is only as successful as your latest post. That and the late nights can wear you out and lead to blogging burn-out.

This online workshop can change the way you approach blogging. I will show you how to take a long-term perspective to make your blogging efforts more worthwhile, effective, and fun. It’s based on the time management principles in the Simple Blogging ebook, but we’ll cover more material as well. It’s for bloggers in every season, new or experienced, and I’m so glad the price is affordable.

The course is hosted by DIY Ministry. It will be live, so I’ll try to get the paint out of my hair by then. If that time next week isn’t convenient, you can still sign up and then watch the recording of it later in the week. Seating is limited, so if you’re interested go to the DIY Ministry site to sign up right away. Alright?

The picture at the top is one I just found in my photo collection. I don’t remember it at all. Don’t you love surprises like that? I also laughed at this one.

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I write about practical tips that will help you simplify at home. Connect with me on Pinterest and Twitter.

Comments

  1. I would love to do this! What a great thing you’re doing!

    Thanks!
    Jenna
    momofmanyhats.blogspot.com
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  2. Well, call me crazy, but I signed up for the workshop and I’m not even a blogger! I’m just such a fan of your blog, Rachel, and value your time saving and organizational tips so much, that I wouldn’t be surprised to pick up a few tips perhaps on just how to better manage my on-line time overall. Very much looking forward to it.

  3. This sounds great! I loved your book; it helped me immensely. Congratulations.
    Jennie´s last post…How To Be a Really Good Grown-up

  4. I loved your book, it gave me some awesome pointers before I started my blog!

    I might just have to find some time for this course too. :)
    Jessica @ Quirky Bookworm´s last post…History by Three:The Civil War (and a giveaway!)

  5. Tasmanian Minimalist says:

    I loved your book too, very helpful and friendly.
    Tasmanian Minimalist´s last post…How To Stop Spending- Well One Idea Anyway..

  6. I just purchased your e-book and wanted to say thank you for writing it! I am only to page 70 but I have a few “take aways” that I think will be very helpful to me. I’ve been feeling a bit stale lately and for $8 I believe I got the deal of the day in buying your book!
    Suddenly Susan´s last post…Life is a Beach – Part Two

  7. I wish you loads of luck with your workshop!!
    Donna´s last post…All Quilted And Headed To The Finished Line

  8. This event sounds rather interesting and I enjoyed your eBook too! But I already realized what one of your blogging secrets is and it starts with the letter “D” for… “Doug” :)

  9. Just signed up. Looking forward to it!
    Fig&Sparrow´s last post…GF Cauliflower Pizza Crust (our version)

  10. Wow this is cool, thanks and good luck! I hope I succeed to attend it!
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