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Blogtober Halfway Point

We are at our Blogtober Halfway Point already!

Can you believe it? Me neither!

If you aren’t sure what Blogtober is, you can read about that here!

For today, we are just going to do a quick check-in and see how my Blogtober is coming along.

How am I handling Blogtober?

Wow, just wow.
I knew this was going to be a big task – but the size of it got really underestimated!
It feels like this post is a bit of a “Cheat” post, but I will get to why I think that’s okay in a minute.

The past 2 weeks have been intense. I have written more blog posts in 2 weeks than I had in the last 2 months!

So far, has Blogtober been worth it?


Blogtober has gotten my creative brain moving after I had left it sitting on a shelf for a few months!

My ass has been kicked into gear, and here are the other things I have achieved so far this month, all thanks to Blogtober.

  • I finally started to set up my Members-Only section!
  • My mailing list is looking a lot healthier, overall
  • The Mindful Galaxy homepage got some much-needed love and attention
  • Social media consistency is becoming much easier
  • I am feeling super motivated!

You may be wondering what any of this has to do with Blogtober

A lot, actually.
Forcing myself to sit down and write out all of the posts I’ve been putting off, has encouraged me to also get on with everything else I’ve been putting off.

So far, this experience has been hard but super rewarding!

Why don’t I think that this post is entirely a “cheat” post?
Because it was always intended to be part of my Blogtober posts!
It isn’t being written simply because I feel like I have nothing else to write.

In fact, when I was brainstorming my post list, I came up with more posts than I thought my brain could handle!

I wanted to keep everyone in the loop, regarding my progess and motivation.

So, for any of you who are interested in blogging – I highly recommend that next year you partake in this wonderfully intense event!

Jess is an aspiring blogger, born and raised in Melbourne, Australia. After relocating to remote Christmas Island, Australia, to be with her fiance, she became a mother for the first time. As a long-time sufferer of anxiety, Jess knew that as a mother she couldn't keep letting it take control of her life. Using the power of planning, Jess has learned how to use her passion for organisation to minimise anxiety and maximise her self-worth. Now she runs her blog, Mindful Galaxy, to bring all of these lessons straight to you so that you can live your best life.

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