Discussion Post | 5 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Blogging 📝

⚡️ Hi guys, I hope you’re having an AMAZING day, full of good readings!  💞  Today I bring you another discussion post! (super excited), It’s something that really makes me happy to have started doing this year and I don’t want to start without thanking you for the support you have given me in my previous posts, it means the world to me. So, I love checking out this type of posts around the blogosphere, so I think it could be fun to start writing them myself and share with you so we can all talk about different topics related to the literary world, books & blogging. 

Today I wanted to come up with an idea for a discussion that I’ve had for some time, but I couldn’t find a way to develop it correctly until now, so I simply decided to go for it and pour all my thoughts in the way I know how to do it, which maybe isn’t the exact right one or more organized, but I hope it can leave you something, be of help and that you understand each of my points. 😊 So today I bring you the 5 things that I would have liked to know when I first started blogging almost 4 years ago, which is crazy! With this discussion I hope to be able to share with you each of these 5 points that I think are essential and very important to keep in mind when deciding to have a blog, also to be able to give you something that may be of help to you if you’re just beginning or even if you’ve been blogging for a while, it’s never bad to remember the things that really matter again. So you can take each point that we’ll discuss today as a tip since I think they’re the basis for blogging to be the best experience for you and not become stressful, you know? I’ll tell you a little more about my approach to this topic below and I hope you can enjoy it, I’m excited!! and you know, it’s always a pleasure to be able to share all my thoughts with you and exchange our ideas to grow and help each other.❤️ 

If you want to check more of my discussion posts, here they are: The first is all about Book Reviews, the second is all about The Meaning of being an International Book Blogger, the third one is all about Rating Systems, in the fourth one we talk about The Pressure of Blogging & las but not least we talked about the terrifying Reading Slumps
I LOVE you, THANK YOU SO SO MUCH, for the support 😊, I don’t want to stop saying it, I feel honored to you to be in my life and that you allow me to be in a piece of yours. So without further ado, let’s get started! & I hope you enjoy it ⚡️ 

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Discussion Post: Reading Slumps | How This Affects My Reading Habits & My Tips to Overcome This Mental State 📝

 ⚡️ Hi guys, I hope you’re having an AMAZING day, full of good readings! 💞 Today I bring you another discussion post! (super excited), It’s something that really makes me happy to have started doing this year and I don’t want to start without thanking you for the support you have given me in my previous posts, it means the world to me. So, I love checking out this type of posts around the blogosphere, so I think it could be fun to start writing them myself and share with you so we can all talk about different topics related to the literary world, books & blogging. 

Today I want to bring you a super important discussion all about Reading Slumps. Lately, especially in the last 2 months, I’ve seen many of my book blogger friends going through this situation and other community reading members as well, I think it probably has a little to do with everything that’s happening in the world right now, but I also think that it’s a mental state that’s quite normal to come at these times when we are in the middle of the year and you know, things begin to come to us, all the stress and worries finally reach us and suddenly we’re full into this slumpy mood, where it can be difficult to get out of. So I thought it was a good idea to talk a little bit about it, since I think that sharing our experiences can be a very healthy way to begin to heal and finally come out of this state, so besides telling you a little about my personal experiences, I’ve also want to share with you my top tips that have helped me in the past to overcome reading slumps and do a little reflection on how my ways of dealing with it has changed over time. I sincerely hope that this post can be of help to you right now & that you can come back to it at any time where you’re feeling down.❤️ 

If you want to check more of my discussion posts, here they are: The first is all about Book Reviews, the second is all about The Meaning of being an International Book Blogger, the third one is all about Rating Systems & last but not least we talk about The Pressure of Blogging.
I LOVE you, THANK YOU SO SO MUCH, for the support 😊, I don’t want to stop saying it, I feel honored to you to be in my life and that you allow me to be in a piece of yours. So without further ado, let’s get started! & I hope you enjoy it ⚡️Read More »

Discussion Post: The Pressure of Blogging | My Own Experience & Top Tips to Stop Worrying 📝

 ⚡️ Hi guys, I hope you’re having an AMAZING day, full of good readings! 💞 Today I bring you another discussion post! (super excited), It’s something that really makes me happy to have started doing this year and I don’t want to start without thanking you for the support you have given me in my previous posts, it means the world to me. So, I love checking out this type of posts around the blogosphere, so I think it could be fun to start writing them myself and share with you so we can all talk about different topics related to the literary world, books & bloggingIn the past I’ve felt kind of insecure about doing this because English isn’t my first language and something in my mind was afraid that my concepts wouldn’t be understood correctly, you know? But you know what? I stop being afraid this 2020 and I’m really encouraging and daring to new things, I also feel much more confident with my writing and I know that you’ll understand me, so it really shouldn’t be a problem. 🥰

I’ve been wanting to write and discuss with you a little bit, this topic all about the Pressure you can feel when Blogging, so that’s exactly what we’ll do today. This is a much heavier topic than the others I’ve touched on so far, especially since each person carries it or go throughout it differently, so it will be very interesting to share each experience in the comments and also be able to express our personal stories about it. Above all, I think it’s a great way to see that there are other people going through the same thing, that we aren’t alone and that, of course, this is something temporary. I’ll also be giving you my top 5 most important tips to cope up with this pressure, which have worked for me throughout these 3 years with the blog. ❤️ Of course, I don’t have the absolute truth, but I do hope I can bring you some kind of reassurance and help if you’re going through this situation right now. 

If you want to check more of my discussion posts, here they are: The first is all about Book Reviews, the second is all about The Meaning of being an International Book Blogger & the third one and last is all about Rating Systems.
I LOVE you, THANK YOU SO SO MUCH, for the support 😊, I don’t want to stop saying it, I feel honored to you to be in my life and that you allow me to be in a piece of yours. So without further ado, let’s get started! & I hope you enjoy it ⚡️Read More »

Discussion Post: Rating Systems | Are They Really Important? 📝

⚡️ Hi guys, I hope you’re having an AMAZING day, full of good readings! 💞 Today I bring you another discussion post! (super excited), It’s something that really makes me happy to have started doing this year and I don’t want to start without thanking you for the support you have given me in my previous posts, it means the world to me. So, I love checking out this type of posts around the blogosphere, so I think it could be fun to start writing them myself and share with you so we can all talk about different topics related to the literary world, books & bloggingIn the past I’ve felt kind of insecure about doing this because English isn’t my first language and something in my mind was afraid that my concepts wouldn’t be understood correctly, you know? But you know what? I stop being afraid this 2020 and I’m really encouraging and daring to new things, I also feel much more confident with my writing and I know that you’ll understand me, so it really shouldn’t be a problem. 🥰

Today I come back with a slightly lighter discussion perhaps than my previous ones, we’ll talk and focus on Rating Systems, how important this is for our reviews or when rating our readings and what meaning they have for me personally. I think it’s interesting to be able to talk a little about this topic, I think it’s not very touched so I am dying to know your opinion about it. We’ll gradually see each point that I think is important or interesting to discuss on this topic and then we’ll be able to chat in the comments, which is always a blessing! ❤️ 
If you want to check more of my discussion posts I have 2 others because I’ve just started doing it, so I’m very excited… if you have the opportunity to check them out t would mean a lot to me: The first is all about Book Reviews & the second is all about The Meaning of being an International Book Blogger.
I LOVE you, THANK YOU SO SO MUCH, for the support 😊, I don’t want to stop saying it, I feel honored to you to be in my life and that you allow me to be in a piece of yours. So without further ado, let’s get started! & I hope you enjoy it ⚡️Read More »

Discussion Post: The Meaning of Being an International Book Blogger 📝

⚡️ Hi guys, I hope you’re having an AMAZING day, full of good readings! 💞 Today I bring you my second discussion post! (super excited), It’s something that really makes me very happy to have started doing this year and I don’t want to start without thanking you for the support you have given me in my previous post, it means the world to me. So, I love checking out this type of posts around the blogosphere, so I think it could be fun to start writing them myself and share with you so we can all talk about different topics related to the literary world, books & blogging. In the past I’ve felt kind of insecure about doing this because English isn’t my first language and something in my mind was afraid that my concepts wouldn’t be understood correctly, you know? But you know what? I stop being afraid this 2020 and I’m really encouraging and daring to new things, I also feel much more confident with my writing and I know that you’ll understand me, so it really shouldn’t be a problem. 🥰
Today ALL is about what it’s for me to be an international book blogger, how this affects my life as a blogger, the obstacles that I have to face & the limitations and lack of possibilities. BUT I also want to give you a new perspective and talk about some positive points about it, because I know that many of you are Intl bloggers, so I want to encourage you to continue with your wonderful work and remind you how important it is for the community. ❤️
As I have clarified in my previous post, where I talk about “Book Reviews” I’m not an expert on the subject and I’m aware that each experience is different, so I’ll talk and try to focus on my own experiences. I hope you find it interesting, I think all voices should be heard and maybe I can provide you with some kind of information that you don’t know about Intl bloggers, as well as a new perspective on this.
Now without further ado, let’s start & thank you SO much for the incredible support of each day! ⚡️

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Discussion Post: Book Reviews | Their impact within the community & How I write them 📝

⚡️ Hi guys, I hope you’re having an AMAZING day, full of good readings! 💞 Today we’ll do something different that I’ve promised myself to start doing this year and those are “Discussion Posts”, I love checking out this type of posts around the blogosphere, so I think it could be fun to start writing them myself and share with you so we can all talk about different topics related to the literary world, books & blogging. In the past I’ve felt kind of insecure about doing this because English isn’t my first language and something in my mind was afraid that my concepts wouldn’t be understood correctly, you know? But you know what? I stop being afraid this 2020 and I’m really encouraging and daring to new things, I also feel much more confident with my writing and I know that you’ll understand me, so it really shouldn’t be a problem. 🥰 

So with all this said, this time we’re going to talk about Book Reviews! I thought that the best way to start was by talking about something I’m passionate about and obviously that’s talking about the books I read. Not only do I want to share what the reviews mean to me and how they should impact on people, but I’ll also leave you some tips on how I structure and write my reviews, I’m not an expert, but I think it will be fun to share our different techniques and maybe I can be helpful if you just started.  🤓 

Now without further ado, let’s start & thank you SO much for the incredible support of each day!⚡️ Read More »