Biggest Lessons I’ve Learned In My Two Years Of Blogging

My blog is my pride and joy. I remind myself constantly of how proud I am for all that I’ve done over the past two years of blogging. There were many lessons to be learned through this journey and today I’m sharing some of my tips! 🌞

Do more

Time is precious. Balancing school, my blog, social life, work, and family were tricky at times. I always make sure I have a blog post up every Thursday, but that can cause stress at times. As I got more into my routine when I was at home with working, blogging, and spending time with family, I learned to plan ahead of time and be strategic with splitting my time. When I’m at school, stress filled weeks can make it hard to have motivation to write a blog post, but it always feel my best when I can manage both schoolwork and the blog. Blogging helped get my time management where I needed it to be. I also make sure my content is exactly what I want to share. I never want to make it come across as rushed. I take blogging very seriously and I always want to be sharing my absolute best!


Interacting with other bloggers creates a community within your site. I thoroughly enjoy reading blog posts, commenting, and even following people on other forms of social media. It’s a great way to meet new people who share very similar interests as you, or people who share new topics you want to learn about. It’s a special community and I appreciate every single person who takes the time to read and comment!

Be AuthenticΒ 

Sometimes writing posts for my blog isn’t all about making sure it’s something that will get me the most views. I share my thoughts and experiences as genuinely as I can. Authenticity is essential when you’re trying to portray your personality and interests through online text. Even when posts can contain opinions that might not be accepted by everyone, it’s still my opinion, and I’m allowed to share it. Plus, I love talking with people who think differently than I did – it’s important to have an open mind and not take anything to heart! Readers learn a lot about someone based on what they’re reading, and I always want my readers to know that my posts are true to who I am!

There’s No Goal

As the years have passed, I’ve learned more about myself than I ever thought I would. I realized how important it is to be my own person. Individualism and positivity are characteristics that I thought I would never achieve, but creating this blog, sharing my thoughts, and learning to love myself has changed all of that for me.

I use the phrase “learning to love myself” often throughout my blog and I have a reason for that. I struggled with the mindset that my goals and opinions were never as legitimate as someone else’s. That was a feeling someone had implanted in my brain, but with that person out of my life, I was able to grow. We all have unique ideas and each one is important – there’s no comparison. Moving on to create my own identity was the start to my journey towards loving myself and all that I have to offer. Every day shows another reason why we all need to stop putting too much pressure on ourselves, because you’re your harshest critic. Happiness isn’t the ‘end goal’, it’s a journey that’s filled with ups & downs that shapes who we are today.Β πŸ’›


Stay rad,

Caroline Abigail



29 thoughts on “Biggest Lessons I’ve Learned In My Two Years Of Blogging

  1. I appreciate this post. You shared some great tips. I really liked the part about being authentic with you posts. Everything is not about how many likes you can get, just be yourself. I struggle with time management as well because life is busy. But this was a great read. I enjoy reading your content! 😁

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  2. Oh my god I love this post! I am WITH you when you’re trying to balance everything and I think having a committed time to post is a brilliant place to start!
    I love your points about being authentic too.
    Such a brilliant post and a great look back on two years.

    R x

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  3. I really appreciate you saying there is no end goal. SO often I find myself not satisfied with the results and for what?! At the end of the day I am blogging for me and my happiness, not for a metaphorical reward! Thank you so so much for sharing!!!

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  4. Authenticity is so vital in blogging. And you definitely write with authenticity.

    A sense of community via blogging is one of the unexpected bonuses. Some of the bloggers I’ve followed have become real life, dear friends. It’s amazing to have connected and formed these strong friendships.

    Most of all, I am thankful you have grown to love yourself, that you have eradicated from your life that person who made you doubt yourself and your value. In your words, I read of a strong young woman who truly knows herself and loves life.

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    1. Thank you for always being so authentic and kind. I truly look up to you, your blog, and your consistent support!
      I’m lucky to be a part of this community and meet new people who share the same passion. It’s been a great two years, with more to come!

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  5. I started blogging just 2 months back and somehow I feel 2 years henceforth, I’d have the same feelings you have had as you were writing this post. And within this short time, the most important aspect of blogging is to reach out to people and take time read their posts. Constant interaction is the key. And I’ve always wanted to that…to meet different people, to know about them, their cultures and traditions….I just love that! ❀ ❀ ❀ I am so glad I decided to open a blog 2 months ago!
    I just came across your blog. Looking forward to interact with you and reading your posts in the days to come. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚
    And congratulations on your 2 years.
    Sending my love and best wishes from India! ❀ ❀ ❀

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    1. Hi! Thank you so much for reading & for the follow. I’m so happy to have met you & we get to share our experiences together through our blogs. I look forward to reading more of your content too!! You are so sweet πŸ™‚ I really appreciate all of your support. ❀

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  6. I have only been blogging for a few months now, and I wish I had known these tips earlier when I was new to it!These tips were great,especially authenticity.Some bloggers just do it for the views, and I don’t ever want to do that with my blog.Love your blog,keep writing awesome stuff!<3

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  7. Hi, I’m glad I was able to read this write up. Your content exactly describes my intentions in writing. 😊 I’ve been also blogging for qbout 2 years now. Individualism and positivity! 😍 That ‘s wonderful! I love it. β™₯️

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