There was once a time that I was ashamed of my nose. That poor fully functioning body part had no chance of ever gaining my love. I thought of it as a reject... something that didn't belong on my body. It taunted me every day, and every day I wondered why I was cursed with such a monstrosity -- smack dab in the center of my face.
It's no secret that I love me some Instagram. I'm on that site probably more than any other social network site, either scrolling, looking for new people to follow, or posting my own photos to my collection. I cannot seem to put the app down until I have successfully scrolled through every new photo that I missed while sleeping/eating/working/living an actual life (I can't be the only one, right?).
There are a number of tools that I use pretty much on a daily basis, and I don't think that I would be able to run this blog efficiently without them. Here are the things that I just couldn't live without that have streamlined my blogging process over the years:
Blogging has come a long way in recent years. It's become a pretty viable way to make some extra cash or even turn your hobby into a full time job. Although I don't think that you should start a blog with intentions of simply making money, there comes a point when you might start thinking about monetizing.