6 Reasons To Embrace Your Passion Daily

Why do you blog? That is an important question that you must know the answer to to be a successful blogger. That does not mean you have to be a pro blogger to be successful but to be someone who blogs with passion and intent. If you do not know why you blog then you need to answer that question before you go any further. Is it to help people? Is it to make people laugh? Whatever the reason you must stay true to yourself each time you write and publish a post. As long as you are happy with your content you will have published a successful post.

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In 2013 Hannah decided she would blog daily for a whole year. She learnt many lessons over that time and it helped her to become the fantastic blogger she is today. She noticed though, that in that time she didn’t always write successful posts, some were below average. However, she knew that to become an established writer you need practice and so even the duff posts brought her closer to that goal.

So, if you love blogging and you know the path you wish to take, then here are 6 reasons why you should embrace that passion every single day!

 6 Reasons to blog daily

10,000 hours

If you want to become the best of the best then you need practice. Even if you don’t want to become a pro blogger you will want to be taken seriously by your peers won’t you? So, you need to practice your writing skills. The best athletes, musicians, artists, all have one thing in common-  they all have spent 10,000 hours doing the thing that they are good at.


If you can get into a routine then you will train your brain to work in a particular way. You will become attuned to your skill and become more productive when you sit down to write.

Having a routine and writing frequently can:

  • breed ideas and creativity, preventing writers block
  • prevent procrastination
  • make you more productive
  • prevents perfectionist tendencies


The more you write the more your personality will shine through. You may start blogging in one style but after a while you will find that you develop your own style- in your voice. People love to get to know someone, let your readers in and they will come back again and again.

Learning curve

When you first start blogging you won’t be amazing, it takes time! The more you write, the more you read of other blogs, the better you will become. If you take blogging slowly then your learning will be slow- push yourself and you will surprise yourself how quickly you can pick things up!

Trial and Error

Until you give something a go you will not know whether it will be successful. Sometimes a post you are sure will do well can turn out to be a flop! It will be one that you wrote off the cuff that does well. The more you write, the more in tune you will be with your readers!


The more you write the more you will be seen (assuming you publicise your posts). So, if you want to have more traffic then you need to keep writing those posts! The more traffic you get the better equipped you will be to approach brands and pr companies, plain and simple. Of course once you have built up an audience you will be able to wind it back a bit, but in the beginning you need to get your name out there!

How often do you blog?

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10 comments on 6 Reasons To Embrace Your Passion Daily

  1. Pen
    August 30, 2015 at 10:13 pm (4 years ago)

    A blog post each day is admirable. The most I’ve managed in a month was 15. Most months I average around 8. I really enjoy writing my blog posts. It is promoting them that takes the time.
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  2. Sam Liang
    October 18, 2015 at 7:27 am (3 years ago)

    These lists are very crucial because each of them is important. I am working hard to stick with my routine, which I make the commitment to blog everyday although there are times when I don’t feel like blogging. I still make the best of it possible.

  3. Zoraida
    November 5, 2015 at 10:36 pm (3 years ago)

    I found this post very useful. I will definitely be using these tips. Thank you for sharing!

  4. Alexandra / I'm Every Mum
    November 28, 2015 at 7:05 am (3 years ago)

    This is great advice Hannah. Just recently I’ve realised that writing daily is important for all the reasons you’ve said.. I was not posting because it wasn’t perfect, I was definitely procrastinating, and I was expecting other bloggers to respect me when I barely sat down to write. These are such great tips and amazing advice. I too am challenging myself now to write daily. Thank you for the extra push xxx
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  5. Liane
    November 28, 2015 at 10:14 pm (3 years ago)

    Fantastic post! Up until a couple of months ago I wasn’t sure where my blog was going. Then I decided to get serious about it and now I try to post Monday thought to Friday; and give myself the weekend off. It’s starting to pay off, slowly but surely 🙂
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  6. Mary Average
    December 18, 2015 at 4:57 am (3 years ago)

    Thanks for this post. I’ve spent the past 12 hours getting my blog up and running, making a few posts to wet my feet, trying to form an online presence, and reading, reading, READING!

    I swear the past 3 hours have just been searching twitter tags and reading other blogs.

    But thank you for the encouragement. It’s appreciated. 🙂

  7. Emma
    January 14, 2016 at 2:48 pm (3 years ago)

    Really good post, I am trying to blog daily at the moment and I am loving it. Like you say it is about pushing yourself and also having a routine helps!

  8. Liska @NewMumOnline
    April 10, 2016 at 1:24 pm (3 years ago)

    Fabulous tips here. I used to be regular and am now trying my hardest to get back to that and all over again find my voice as you say. x

  9. Sean Carey
    December 2, 2016 at 2:03 am (2 years ago)

    Hello Hannah,

    This post is seriously convincing! While I have not, as of yet, managed to hit the daily blogging goal, I’m working on blogging as much as possible. I just wrote an article that illustrated my discoveries about why not blogging about your passion is a waste of time, and it matches up well with this article here.

    I mean, who could write an article every single day about a topic they aren’t into?

    I liked all of the tips in this one, but tip #3. Personality stood out as something that’s been a game-changer for me. Before I began my new blog, I was stuck in writers block from hell, and the reason was that I wasn’t writing in my own voice. I kept re-writing my articles, because I wasn’t feeling satisfied with what I was putting into them.

    The truth is, combining your passion and writing in your own voice with your personality running through every article you write, are two awesome keys to being inspired to write more. I’d love to pump out one quality article every day, but for now I’m simply looking at focusing more on writing in my own voice and writing as much as I can!

    Thanks for a great article that’s full of truth.

    Sean Carey
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