The Life Lessons 3 Bloggers Learned From Blogging

Bloggers and their blogs are what Bloglovin’ is all about, but what do you learn from blogging? These 3 bloggers fill us in on what they've learned:

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5 Things I’ve Learned From Blogging

By The Sunday Chapter

“It just occurred to me that I missed my second blog anniversary in July, and although I’ve only been blogging on this little corner of the internet for 2 years (feels so long but not at the same time?), I’ve been blogging and making websites since I was about 15. That’s about 8 years now which I can hardly believe. It’s safe to say I’ve learned my fair share about the blogging world, but I’ve also picked up a few life lessons along the way. Blogging has taught me more than I ever could have imagined, but today I wanted to share the 5 most important things I’ve learned on my journey.”

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Life Lessons I’ve Learned Through Blogging

By Thirteen Thoughts

“I started writing my first blog when I was 15. Back then, blogs were those online journals where you’d write about your day. This blog, is completely different from the one I wrote twelve years ago. Running this one involves a lot of amazing things, meeting brilliant people. BUT, it also involves a lot of self-doubt, self-criticism and fear.

Honestly, I don’t think I even remember how it felt NOT to have this blog. It’s so much more than just me telling you which foundation I currently like or which lipstick was my favorite last month. It’s become such an important part of my life, an outlet for my creativity and sort of a tool-one that helped me grow and learn a lot of things about myself. These are some of the Life Lessons I’ve Learned Through Blogging.”

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4 Things I Learned From Blogging That I Would’ve Never Learned In School

By Queen Of Jet Lags

“Yes, the title of this post is a mouth full. I’ve been talking about this a lot these last years though with friends, colleges and family.  After graduating university I worked for about a year full time until my blog became my full time job, the biggest blessing ever. Let me first say that I absolutely love school/uni although I know it’s not the way for everyone. Having said that I also feel like I could’ve never learned so much as I’ve done the last years from working as a blogger. These 5 things stood out most to me:”

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