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Press This To Prevent Writer’s Block

First a little announcement. Excited much?!?! I sure am!

I’d been following an awesome blogger for about two years then six months ago I thought it would be amazing to guest post for her. Almost immediately I knew that was a crazy thought. Don’t be dumb. Her blog is too big, your post won’t be good enough, yada yada yada.

Anyway fast forward and along the line I gave myself a kick in the pants.

So today I’d love to share with you a little post I wrote that’s been published on the one, the only Michelle Shaeffer’s blog – Revealed: The Easiest Way To Activate Your Tribe.

Your support and comments on Better Business Better Life mean so much and motivate me to ‘keep havin’ a go.’ I’d love you to show your support to Michelle as well – she is incredibly smart and is brilliant at sharing her expertise. You need to check Michelle’s work out.

Now something to help you!

Tip #1 – Ok, this isn’t the ‘actual’ something but remember to save your draft posts regularly otherwise you’ll lose them and have to start again (just did this, note to self!)

Tip #2 – To prevent writer’s block any time but particularly during a challenge install the WordPress plugin Press This and add it to your favourites bar. When you’re on a web page with content you want to blog about, hit Press This and a small window will open with a draft post and the web link already posted in.You’ll have plenty of ideas stored as drafts in no time!

Do you use Press This? Do you use other methods for saving ideas? Tell us in the comments!

13 Responses to Press This To Prevent Writer’s Block

  1. What a fantastic idea – will have a go at using it. Many thanks for sharing this and congrats on your great guest blog 🙂

  2. I love Michelle’s blog and I too was surprise to see my recommendation on the blog.
    High five to you and Yeah to a wonderful article.
    Thanks for the tips. I’ll have to look into the “Press This”

    • Hi Denys,
      Congrats on your feature too! I tested Press This last night and it was so straightforward to set up and use (all of two minutes and that’s with internet that keeps dropping out).
      Thanks for your comment!
      Caylie

  3. Congrats Caylie, gives me hope my big hairy guest post ideas will come off too 🙂 And how funny, I just this morning popped press this onto my tool bar, thanks for the validation (have to remember to use it now!)

  4. Hi Caylie,

    I’m glad you went for it. Often times we don’t try things because we don’t want to hear the word “no,” don’t want to fail, or don’t think we have unique gifts. Good motivation for today to show the world to just go for it. And thanks for the tip on the WordPress Pluggin Press This

  5. Congrats on your guest post @Caylie. Michelle and I have reciprocated with another in the past & it’s a “feel good” moment.
    Never used “Press This” but will look into it. Thanks for the tip. 🙂
    ~Debra

    • Oops, caught a typo in my comment: Congrats on your guest post @Caylie. Michelle and I have reciprocated with one another in the past & it’s a “feel good” moment.
      Never used “Press This” but will look into it. Thanks for the tip. 🙂
      ~Debra

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