Be inspired by a classic, clean, and concise design aesthetic.
Streamline your writing style by keeping your language simple and placing your story center stage.
Design for your readers.
A poem by Rachel Jamison Webster reminds us of the “red string of fate,” a belief that certain people are destined to meet in this lifetime.
Give Blogging 101 or Writing 101 a try, or take a crack at our brand-new Blogging 201 course on blog customization.
Still on the fence about joining Blogging 201? You’ve got a few days left!
Necessary tool, or one more username and password to forget? The what, why, and how of bloglovin’.
Splitting your longer posts in creative ways can keep your readers engaged, no matter the word count.
Using images in your posts? Make Mr. Miyagi proud: seek balance in all things.
We’ve chatted with a number of bloggers on how they chose their blog names, from Talking Covers to The Goat That Wrote. Today, let’s sit down with Darla, the blogger and mother of two behind She’s a Maineiac.