Blogging for Happiness: A Guide to Improving Positive Mental Health (and Wealth) from Your Blog (Paperback)
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DescriptionBlogging is the new black. Or so it seems. But blogging isn't about keeping in with the in-crowd or letting the world know what you had for breakfast. Believe it or not, blogging can be a real force for good in your life. Blogging helped me find my way out from a particularly dark period in my life and this is my guide on how a blog can save your sanity. Covering the basics on how to start a blog, what to write about, how to get followers plus technical and design tips, 'Blogging for Happiness' looks at how a blog can actually improve your mental health, lift your mood, meet people, clear the air and even earn you some money. My blog has brought me new friends and new skills, but more importantly it has brought me positive mental health. It's fair to say I love my blog and 'Blogging for Happiness' will inspire you to log on, get going and love your very own blog. Part of the royalties from the sale of this book are donated to The National Autistic Society, the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families (www.autism.org.uk).
- Published: 29 November 2011
- Format: Paperback 156 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780956702432 ISBN 10: 0956702430
- Sales rank: 719,997
Reviews for Blogging for Happiness
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Perfect book on why blog, how to blog and making money from it too!
If you have ever wondered why the whole world is blogging then this shows you the positives behind it and how it can help improve your mental health. Usefully, it also shows you how to go about blogging yourself, warning you of pitfalls along the way and even looks at how you can make money from your blog!
What more could you want? Perfect in so many ways as it will improve your mental health, improve your technical and writing skills and earn you a bit as well! Thoroughly recommend. by Debbie Winters