I haven’t been this excited about blogging in a long, long time. I’m sure a lot of us are alike… we love it and we hate it. We put in tons of hours and sometimes think “why in the world am I doing this?” The answer is because we love it. We love it a lot.
Sometimes though, we would all just love for Blog Life to be just a wee bit easier, if at all possible. I mean let’s be real – most of us are juggling so many things that a helping hand of any sort would be welcomed with open arms. Am I right ladies?
I’m super happy to announce that Episode TWO of The Celebrate Southern Podcast: The Bloggers’ Podcast is live today! Yes siree! J and I want to thank each and every one of you who listened to our first episode! We received a ton of great feedback and support from y’all – and quite frankly it means the world to me. Starting a blog is one thing… you can’t hear me. I can backspace and retype. All of my moments captured can be completely staged. This is not so much the case when it comes to a podcast. You guys put up with every “um” and “awesome” and blip-up that we both stuttered through. Don’t worry – practice makes perfect. And while I start episode two by immediately saying “um” and “awesome” in the same sentence and J didn’t know how to use her mic for the first 5 minutes of Episode Two – I think the content is terrific and will hopefully be right up your alley, no matter what your blogging niche is!
Episode Two (that is currently only available on our blogs, but as of next week you will be able to stream directly from iTunes!) is all about making Blog Life easier. We gab about everything from helpful apps, calendars and where/how we work as bloggers. You can listen in here:
And since a blog post is pretty lame without pictures, today I wanted to share a quick project that helps me keep my house life organized. (Since, like we chat about in the podcast above, an organized life totes magotes helps me when it comes to staying organized with my blog life and my work life.)
This is my menu board. I try to keep it up-to-date every week. Especially when I’m doing a whole30 (or in my current situation, a whole60!) When I plan my meals out ahead of time, I know exactly what groceries I will be needing and what food prep needs to be done.
Like what you see? You can easily recreate it! This project took me all of 5 minutes and some gold spray paint! Here’s what you need:
Do you have a fun, southern inspired post? Join the fun below! Link up any post (new or old) about a southern inspired craft, DIY, fashion, recipe, a city, a vacation spot or even you furbaby! I can’t wait to see what y’all have to share this week!
Please please please let me know what you think about Episode Two! Cheers and Love! Happy Monday!