How to Overcome Self-Doubt Fear of Blogging- Part 2

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In Part One we went over a few of the basic reasons of self-doubt and blogging fears of every new blogger…yes, really…every single blogger has these same fears and doubts!

Things like…

  • “Where to begin?”
  • “Will anyone even see my new blog?”
  • “I’m not tech savvy enough”

But there are still more self-doubt and blogging fears that we need to overcome…

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Let’s Get Back to Overcoming Self-Doubt and Blogging Fears!

I Don’t Have Time to Blog

You probably have a lot more time than you think you do. How much time do you spend watching TV or binge-watching the latest shows?

Nevermind the amount of time we all spend with our phones endlessly scrolling through social media?

I am just as guilty as the next person of mindlessly wasting precious time. Chances are pretty good that you can find some time to spare to start a blog.

A new blog is usually a one-man or one-woman show. The writing, creating images, branding, website maintenance, social media, and marketing – all of these things are the many hats worn by a blogger throughout the blogging journey.

There is no doubt that it can become quite overwhelming, especially at first when you are learning the ropes. This may be the very reason why you are hesitant to take the plunge and start a blog.

It may also be the reason you might consider quitting if you have already started a blog and the pressure of doing ALL THE THINGS is causing way too much stress.

Believe me, I totally get it! I am right there with ya!

I run my own petting sitting business and work part-time as an office administrator for my church to earn a living. And as soon as I return from doing my paid jobs, I’m usually sitting at my computer until the wee hours of the night, working on my blog.

Doing the best that I can to keep checking off tasks on my never-ending blog to-do list trying to build a successful blog. Only to realize that there three more things I need to add to the list… every day!

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  1. Another great post Sandy! You always inspire confidence and an ‘I Can Do This’ feeling. I doubt myself a lot and struggle to move past that hurdle. I keep trying to push through and not give up. Thanks again! xx

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