I second Gail’s note, I’d love to see a bracelet with “I am enough”, so it acts as an affirmation whenever you read it…
Interesting point here, Nina and Erika For two years, I blogged once a week, cetsistonnly. I’ve always followed Michael Hyatt’s blog, and he’s done multiple reader surveys about his blogging habits and how they affect his readers and readership. I used to hold that 3X per week was too much (which is what MH used to do). But then he figured out that 5X per week has tripled his traffic. To see for myself, I upped my posting to 3X per week, with a set topic for each day. It’s helped me tremendously, and made each post easier to write. I think I spend less time on 3 posts (they’re shorter, too) than I used to on one post per week. And my traffic (but not my comments) has increased a lot. It’s interesting I think we all have to find what we’re most comfortable with, and go with that. I do recommend checking out Michael Hyatt (CEO of Nelson Pub house) as he seems to have the latest trends on blogging going.Most of all, I love that you have this discussion going, Nina. It’s great to have a little teamwork going on in the tough writing realm / blogging.xo Jennifer
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I love this phrase….do you think you will make one that says, " I am Enough"?