I’ll be honest with you, I didn’t really “get” the monthly goals posts that so many bloggers do. That is, until I started trying to grow my online presence and realized that I’m much more likely to feel like I’ve accomplished something at the end of the month if I have a clear starting point at the beginning of it. I have to create goals at my day job, so why not do it for my blog, too?
– Reach 50 followers on Bloglovin’: I don’t know about you, but when I’m not reading classics on my morning bus rides, I’m scrolling through my daily email from Bloglovin’, getting a head start on all the blogger action for the day. I’d love to grow my own following, so my posts can starting popping up in readers’ inboxes each morning.
– Participate in a Twitter chat: FOMO is real, you guys. It always happens that I jump onto Twitter just in time to see all of my favorite bloggers’ tweets about the awesome chat they just participated in. I feel like Twitter can be such a helpful tool, and it seems like a way to break into the blogger community-at-large.
– Finish out the Holders Not Folders Instagram series: In February, Elizabeth and Meg took us through cropping & framing and filters. I used VSCO for the first time ever, and it was beautiful. Now I’m so looking forward to the four topics for March, especially community!