I’ve always considered myself a morning person, willing to spend those early morning hours on creative work or preparing for my day. In fact, I even enjoy it. However, lately I’ve discovered a new morning routine, and it’s been improving my productivity in a way I didn’t expect. And it’s pretty simple!
I’ve been blogging since 1997. But I promise you, you’ve never heard of me.
After listening to Joanna Penn’s podcast about 10 years of her online business recently, I’ve been feeling nostalgic over my own early internet days. In particular, the 1990s internet, which seemed so quiet and so small. I thought I’d share some of my thoughts on 20+ years of blogging.
I went full-time as a freelance copywriter in 2009. But a year before that, I dipped my toe into the world of web writing on the side. I waded through online job boards, looking for something that was less journalism and more entertainment – but not entertainment. Picky, I know!
I love tinkering with websites and writing creative web copy. It’s something I like so much, I decided to make a living at it.
However, when it comes to my own business site, I’m ashamed to say I haven’t paid it any attention in a while. A long, long while. Years.