Following the success of the previous introvert series I ran called Fabulous Introverts (all about being successful using self-reflection and assessment techniques whilst celebrating your introverted personality), I discovered a new one!

See I love the introverts of the world. I can relate on a personal level to introverts (mainly because I am one!), and can understand how you work. So, I thought I’d create a brand new series, dedicated to teaching you how to blog.

Let’s start shall we?!

Blogging is great for the introverts out there. I know this because I am one of them. Blogging has changed my life - find out more here!I’m really excited to reveal this to you all today as it’s been quite a while in the making!

Firstly though, why am I sharing this with you now?

I love sharing my experiences with you (and receiving the lovely feedback weekly about how helpful it is), and continuing with that really gets me going. Since this blog is nearly a year and a half at the point of publishing this post, I thought I’d share my experiences with you now.

Starting a blog is something that I know a lot of people want to get into. I want to show you that you CAN stat a blog, whilst handling your introverted qualities. In fact, blogging works out great for introverts (which I’ll cover more in week 1), and could be the best decision you ever make. I say this as this is how I feel about this blog (it really is my baby haha).

So, if starting a blog is something you’ve been thinking of doing but aren’t sure how to start, this series is for you. I’ll walk you through the steps, in depth and step-by-step, to give you the best start possible. At all times I’ll be considering your introvertedness (yes I just made up this word) as I want to keep it as relevant to you as possible.

What if I’m not an introvert, Jess?

Don’t worry.

You don’t HAVE to be an introvert to find this useful. I only focus on introverted qualities as part of this as I find it easier to relate to you. If you’re an extrovert, then you’re going to find this whole process (probably, even easier! You are more than welcome here.

This is what we’ll be covering over the next few weeks:

It’s going to be a jam-packed, intense, and structured series which I hope you find useful! Feel free to leave any comments here if you want some specific advice. If I can fit it in I will most definitely cover it.

See you next week 🙂

6 comments on “#IntrovertedBloggerSeries – A Series for Future Introverted Bloggers”

  1. Love this! Introvert blogger here-I find it so much easier to express myself in writing vs in person, so blogging is perfect for me. Its a much easier way to get my words and thoughts out to a bunch of people without having to actually be in a huge group of them! 🙂

    • I completely agree with you Alyssa – this blog really helps me work through my own issues as well as helping others at the same time. It’s such a good feeling! Big groups also scare me (unless I know them all really well) so I get that writing comes more naturally. Hope the post helps!

    • Thanks Michelle! I’m planning on covering a huge amount over the next few weeks so hopefully it comes in useful. I would much rather write these articles than speak in front of people – it’s so much easier haha! Thanks for commenting 🙂

  2. I,am not a real person for communicating one to one or in a group. I find chat like this is better for me. I can talk to anyone this way. I don’t feel uncomfortable.

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