Thursday, April 5, 2012

Blogging: E is for Enthusiastic

Are you eager to write blog posts?

Do you put your everything into your blog posts?

If not, it will show.  Your readers will know.  They will be able to see that you are not enjoying what you are doing.

{Actually, I want you to stay at 10! - Cute, though, right?!}

Your blog is a reflection of who you are {no matter what you write}!  Your energy goes into your blog, and if you are lacking, your blog will be too!  Be excited about your writing and your blog posts!  Your readers will thank you for it!

{All words in bold were some other options I had for my "E" word blog post for the A to Z Challenge!}

Check out my previous A to Z Challenge blog posts:


Patricia Stoltey said...

The champion of blogging enthusiasm is Alex J. Cavanaugh. I don't know how he does it. I don't even come close to having his extraordinary energy (ha...three more "e" words).

Patricia Stoltey

Cassam said...

Love the smiley girl's face. I hope I am enthusiastic about my blogging.My hubby thinks I spend too much time doing it so I must be.

Emily said...

enthusiasm!!!!! Yah! yoo hoo!

~im going to be my enthusiastic now!~

M said...

Thanks for visiting my QRSTUV blog...I love a kindergarten teacher it's a must every day :)
Happy A-Z April!

Anonymous said...

Hi! glad to see another with the same word (ish) as me for today! My E was for Enthusiasm! I do think mine read a little less than enthusiastic though but your's was great!

MimiTabby said...

Enthusiasm is certainly important. I find myself always wanting to add exclamation points!!! everywhere!!!

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Lisa Campbell said...

You're absolutely right. Even if what you are writing about isn't always an upbeat topic, your enthusiasm to share it can still come through. I think this is why I get tired of some blogs: the enthusiasm stops, but the posts don't.

Holly Jahangiri said...

It's hard to be enthusiastic about anything when you've got a cold. About the only thing I can muster energy for is whining. ;) I think I could get to about an 8 if someone offered me some homemade chicken noodle soup, though. Or a killer hot and sour soup - the kind that KILLS the cold virus on contact because it's so hot, not the kind that's dumbed down for the tourists.

Holly Jahangiri said...

I hit enter too soon.

Because I meant to add that I'm going to come up with a post so I don't FLUNK "F" day... ;)