Typically when bloggers find themselves stuck in a creative rut, there are a handful of reasons that they all share, and I've found that when they make a few simple changes, they break free from their creative rut and get back to blogging.
Anybody can "monetize" their blog (seriously, Ad Sense is still a thing), but there are a few things that you should always be focusing on if you're trying to get to the point where brands reach out to work with you or respond to your pitches.
Every single blogger that I know that's been able to connect with other bloggers and eventually start working with businesses and brands subscribe to these 5 tips, even if they don't have huge followings.
Even though Instagram is the most popular place for bloggers to grow at the moment, it's not the only one. If you've been wanting to increase traffic to your blog without "faking it", make sure you're including time on Pinterest as part of your growth strategy.
Last year I created my first ever Vision Board, and subsequently learned about the power of manifestation. When I was invited by fellow Memphis blogger Alex Nicole (City Chic Living), to attend a Vision Board Party last month, I jumped at the chance to create one for this year as well.