A to Z Reading Challenge Wrap Up!

a to z reading challenge wrap up

Happy weekend everyone! I started 2020 with the idea of participating in many challenges actively. This is the first year that I'm truly attempting annual reading challenges so it is tough. The A to Z Reading Challenge is not one that I go after actively because it's honestly quite easy to fulfill. The challenge is… Continue reading A to Z Reading Challenge Wrap Up!

Is Having a Blogging Niche Actually Important? // Discussion & Frustration

is having a blogging niche actually important

Almost every blogger's advice to new bloggers includes "choose a niche." But why is that? There has to be a reason why this is a very popular tip. Why is having a niche so important, and is it actually that important? Today, I want to break down this advice, dig through it, and dissect it.

Blogging For Fun, Social Media & More || Blogletters Interview with Saniya

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Welcome to another Blogletters interview! Today I'm interviewing Saniya, whom I've had the opportunity to interact with recently. They're pretty awesome, which I'm sure you will realize through the interview so let's get to it! Note: there is usage of explicit language in this post. My name is Saniya (they/them) and I’m a 24-year old,… Continue reading Blogging For Fun, Social Media & More || Blogletters Interview with Saniya

Being An International Blogger, Identity & More with Nikhat || Blogletters Interview

Blogletters Nikhat words are all you need

I'm featuring one of my very dear friends today and I'm EXCITED. Nikhat and I first met as part of the Bangalore Bookstagram club on one of the monthly meet-ups and this lockdown has actually brought us closer. Nikhat is the one who named Blogletters when I asked for help because I'm garbage at naming,… Continue reading Being An International Blogger, Identity & More with Nikhat || Blogletters Interview

Tips On Setting Up Notion If It Intimidates You

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Notion is a free online organizational tool which allows a ton of flexibility and customization. If you're reading this post, it's probably because you want to jump on the Notion train as well but you're either confused by it, intimidated by it, or don't have enough time to spend on it. Today, I'm going to tell you how to smoothly set up your Notion and spend less time on it.

Book Community, Blogger’s Guilt & More with Raji || Blogletters Interview

Blogletters Raji WorldsUnlikeOurOwn

Hello! My name is Raji, and I’m a 24 year old reader based in Toronto, Canada. I started blogging in late 2018 so that I could have a place to share my bookish thoughts with the world. I have been reading for as long as I can remember, and no day is complete without at least a few chapters from my current book (though preferably the entire book instead). I also love travelling, and hope to complete my ever-growing bucket list someday (most of which are places I learn about through my books).

Long Weekend Blog || 4 Books & Notion Setup!

journal blog, a glimpse into my regular life

Vlogs are a huge thing on YouTube and while they meant to imitate blogs, we somehow stopped journalling on blogs. And I want it back. I've been wanting to do this kind of post but eventually I end up making them as life updates instead of journal logs. After seeing Alison's reading blog recently, I decided I'm going to finally do it too. But I don't want to do only reading so you're coming along with me with whatever activity I do.

Choosing A Niche, Being Authentic & More || Blogletters Interview with Catey

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I am a social worker in the medical field, a mom of three, and I’ve been working with kids in some way-shape-or-form for the past eight years. Formerly a school counselor, I started my blog as a way to help parents and professionals understand the challenging behaviors of children. Now I’ve shifted to more of a parenting blog with a little bit of life mixed in!

September Highlights // Blogletters & 50k views in 2020!

september highlights

September was a MONTH, y'all. I was constantly working for something or was occupied completely. As I look back, the month feels very long and yet I can't remember individual days for the life of me. The month didn't go how I expected it to because of one key life change which turned the entire… Continue reading September Highlights // Blogletters & 50k views in 2020!

The Book Community, Lessons Learnt & More || Blogletters Interview with Ilsa

Blogletters Ilsa

Ilsa loves to read and write fiction, though procrastinates doing both. She describes herself as an ambivert - while she does love to read, she is also extremely outgoing. She tries to blog as much as she can = which isn’t much but nevertheless, she enjoys reviewing books and talking about them.