After slow food comes “slow blogging”


In an effort to avoid blogger’s burnout, an option is to adopt “slow blogging”.

In a manifesto Erin Loechner, who publishes the blog Design for Mankind, posted online, she informed readers that she was going to blog less frequently but with greater depth, so she could spend more time with her family, an approach she called “slow blogging.” She paid enough attention to her web traffic to secure corporate sponsorships, but didn’t play the numbers game.

Another strategy for staying sane as a home blogger is to rent a studio [in a co-working space], as blogger Justina Blakeney [photo] plans to do.

Read the full article in The New York Times here.

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