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New Year’s Resolutions: Meet Yours with a Blog

Do you make New Years resolutions that you do not keep? Are you tired of the letdown? Do you truly want to lose weight, get out of debt, or have an organized home?

If so, there is one simple step that you can take to improve your chances of seeing success this New Year. What is that step? Create a blog.

If you weren’t already aware, a blog is a website that is arranged in chorological order. A writer, otherwise known as a blogger, writes about a subject. Each new post appears at the top of the page.

As nice as it is to hear that a blog can help you turn your New Year’s resolution into a reality, you may be wondering how.

Does a Blog Really Have that Much Power? Yes, It Does! How?

It is written in print

When you write a blog post, it is published on the internet. You and others can see it. Think of it is as writing your New Year’s resolution down on a piece of paper. You do more than just say “I want to lose weight,” or “I want to get out of debt.”

When goals are written, we are more likely to remember and accomplish them.

It is free

As previously stated, a blog is similar to a website. Aside from the fact that updates appear in chorological order, the only difference is the price. Unlike with creating a website, you do not have to pay a web hosting fee. You can start a blog for free. You can do so at

It is easy

If you are unfamiliar with the internet, websites, and blogs, you may automatically think it is something you cannot do. Do not make that assumption. Blogs involve templates, which mean that you do little to no work.

All you do is click on the link to make a post, write, and hit the publish button. It is as easy as that. To setup a blog, follow the step-by-step guide.

It allows you to track your progress

You post updates when blogging about your New Year’s resolution. These updates will appear in chorological order. This makes it easy for you and others to track your progress.

Do you want to see how your home remodeling project is coming along? Just go back and read a few of your first posts. Compare your words and your pictures to see if you are on-track to meet your New Year’s resolution.

You may receive positive feedback from others

Unless you make your blog private, it will be searchable. This means that other internet users can view your blog and read about your New Year’s resolution.

While this may sound scary, it can work to your advantage. You may receive positive feedback from others, encouragement, and helpful tips. A blog can serve as a source of motivation in many ways.

You can make money at the same time

This is a fact that many are surprised to learn. For the most part, blogs are used to discuss a topic, such as a New Year’s resolution. Nevertheless, blogs can also be monetized. You can make money with your blog in many ways. An easy way to get started is to apply to Google AdSense.

If your blog is approved, you can place advertisements on your website. Each time an advertisement is clicked, you make money. This is perfect if your New Year’s resolution is to get out of debt.

As you can see, there are a number of ways that a blog can help you achieve your New Year’s resolution.

If you are looking for a source of motivation and a way to make extra money, don’t forget to come back here to check new posts every week!

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