You can do a lot of things with HTML.
Resizing text, adding hyperlinks to comments, and centering an item are just a few. In today’s post I’m showing you some useful WordPress HTML codes that you can add to your blog posts, pages, and sidebars! I’ve included some other design tips that don’t include coding. I encourage you to try at least one of these lines of code, coding can be really easy and really fun!
When I first heard about it, I didn’t have a clue what it was. I thought it was simply a notebook with to-do lists in it. But when I further explored the world of bullet journaling, I soon realized it is so much more than that.
You guys know I love organizing. A bullet journal is an expressive way of being organized. Combine tasks and art, and that’s a bullet journal! Today’s post will be a “plan with me” bullet-journal version. I hope you enjoy watching me plan as much as I did doing it!
Bloggers are constantly making mistakes.
Maybe their formatting is cluttered. Or they have an inconsistent schedule. It may even be as simple as grammatical errors! But don’t be discouraged. It’s totally fine to make mistakes sometimes. We’re humans, after all. We make mistakes! Making mistakes isn’t something you always want to be doing though, is it? That’s why I’ve rounded up 10, extremely helpful blogging related posts from a wide variety of bloggers. These are loaded with helpful tips and information to help you succeed in your blogging journey. Ready to conquer? Onward!
Totally misspelled “peek” in the featured image… whoops!
Taiya Maddison is launching her very own store.
And really soon… October 20th, in fact! I’m helping her get the word out by partaking in her shop launch! Featuring wall art, cute coffee mugs, throw pillows, physical prints and tons more, I’m giving you a sneak peak of what’s in store for her shop! This is my small stop in this grand tour of the Maddison + Co. Shop Launch.