Tips For You: The Blogger

Real Estate Agent with Relocating To Baton Rouge & Surrounding Areas

It happened. Three days ago, my laptop crashed. I went into panic mode. What will I do? How will I work? How will I live? I have never had a problem having access at my finger tips until now. I must admit the dreaded crash as allowed me to view things differently. I was spending too  much time at the computer. It's crazy but I have more energy now and I'm not blogging in my sleep. I think I'm going to live!

Here are a few things that you can do to help you feel better while blogging!!!


Blog Once  A Day-

Yes, I know it hurts but you'll be okay. You're going to make it. Remember it's QUALITY not QUANITY!


Do Not Check E-Mail First Thing In The Morning

Yes, it might be hard at first but you must use the force, grasshopper! Don't go straight to your
e-mail in the morning. Try to get at least two tasks done before you
go get your blog on!


Do Not Blog/E-Mail Right Before You Go To Bed

I've read in several places that the computer can cause stress. Do not get on the
computer before you go to bed. You will have trouble going
to sleep. You need to give yourself
time to wind down.


Do Not Sit In Front Of The Computer All Day

Get up and be productive. Try to add a work-out to your day.
I've heard blogging 24/7 might cause bloggers butt.


Set A Certain Amount of Time To Be On The Computer

Jus like you have a work schedule, set a computer schedule.
Set a time to be on and a time to get off and
stick to it!!


Get A Life

This is a hard one. Blogging is so easy to get wrapped up in you
can easily forget about the outside world. Get out of
the house/office. Go get some fresh air. You'll be glad
you did.




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"The Lovely Wife" (Broker Bryantnulls Wife) The One And Only TLW.
President-Tutas Towne Realty, Inc. - Kissimmee, FL


I recently and quite deliberately shut my p.c. down for five days.

I feel much better now :) 


Mar 10, 2008 02:12 PM #1
Lindsay Pendleton
Relocating To Baton Rouge & Surrounding Areas - Baton Rouge, LA
Marketing Agent - Property Management in Baton Rouge
TLW- Man, You have no idea how much energy I have had. I actually sleep better! It's wild!
Mar 10, 2008 02:15 PM #2
Sasha Miletic - Windsor Real Estate
RE/MAX Preferred Realty Ltd. - Windsor, ON
I go with you... absolutely right.
Mar 10, 2008 02:18 PM #3
Ellie Viray
Podley Properties - Pasadena, CA
Realtor, GRI
Lindsay - thank you for the tips. as new AR member, I need to be careful not to get too stuck to the computer.
Mar 10, 2008 04:05 PM #4
Douglas Garbe
Real Living Real Estate Solutions - Orlando, FL
Real Living Real Estate Solutions

Hi.  Well, my story is a little different.  I only blog about once a month.  However, my main emphasis is quality quality quality. 

However, your tips about the computer and your relationship with it are right on!

Best of luck.

Mar 10, 2008 04:14 PM #5
Matt Clark
RE/MAX Results - Cincinnati, OH
Cincinnati Real Estate
Great tips for all of us!
Mar 10, 2008 04:19 PM #6
Frank Rubi, MBA
Frank Rubi Real Estate, LLC - Metairie, LA
Lindsay, Your so right on all these points. I turn off the computer, I do this so I wont stay up and blog half the night.
Mar 10, 2008 04:31 PM #7
Mike Gambino
Prudential Patterson Realtors - Florissant, MO


Another great post.  It seems like some blog until they fall asleep at the keyboard.  Quality is certainly the key.  I have seen far to many blogs, sometimes to the point of annoying repetition, some that just copy and paste the same links or information into a blog with a different title each time. 

Mar 11, 2008 10:54 PM #8
Latonia Parks
Top Bragg Realty, Fayetteville NC, Home of the 82d ABN DIV - Fayetteville, NC
Military Relocation Expert
I am guilty of all offenses, Dear one.  I guess I do need a life.
Mar 11, 2008 11:04 PM #9
Tina Farinas
Better Homes Realty - Gold Rush - Roseville, CA
Guilty, Guilty, Guilty....That's what I am feeling right now.  I need to pprint your post and post it on all my doors to remind myself because I have gone out of control. 
Mar 12, 2008 12:02 AM #10
Adam Waldman
Westcott Group Real Estate Company - Hauppauge, NY
Realtor - Long Island
LINDSAY - You've made me re-think my day now.  I never thought about needing wind-down time, but it seems to make sense.  All of your tips are really good.  I've bookmarked this as a reminder of what to do, but I won't read it before bed ;-).
Mar 12, 2008 06:15 AM #11
Tara Camp
Keller Williams Western Realty - Bellingham, WA

Great Point!  I've been trying to live more by the wisdom of the "4 hour Workweek" by Tim Ferris.  He makes some great points on learning to separate the truly important from the "working for works sake."  By staying on track we get more accomplished and have more free time.  Of course, It's easier said than done. 

May 26, 2008 12:44 PM #12
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