This summer I was struggling a little bit with blogger burnout. I didn’t know which direction I wanted to go, was having a love/hate relationship with “blog land” itself, and was going through a personal guilt struggle. The main thing that helped me out of the slump was the Spark ecourse, a 30 day e-mail course by my friend Kam of Campfire Chic.
I loved that I got an action oriented e-mail every day, but I’m a little slow, so I decided to put all of the e-mails in a folder and gave myself two days per lesson. Most of the action items Kam gave in the course took 10 minutes or so, but I scheduled the harder (for me) ones in and even did a few of them multiple times. These lessons aren’t about the fluff. Each of them had a specific purpose: to get me thinking about the content of my blog and what I liked / didn’t like about it, to seek out new inspiration and eliminate the source of the bad feelings, to get more efficient with my blogging time, and to be more organized and creative. These weren’t e-mails that were trying to convince me that I shouldn’t be in a funk: they were things I could do to take control and get myself OUT of the funk.
After reading about how the first half of the course helped me, Kam asked if I’d like to host a giveaway so you can have an opportunity to get your spark back too! To enter to win a spot in the course, just leave a comment about a time you felt blogger burnout. I’ll announce the winner at the bottom of this post Monday, September 29th. You have until then to enter.
You don’t have to wait to see if you’ve won to get started getting your Spark back. For $2 off of the course now through October 4, use the code SPARKNEST. Sign up now and Campfire Chic will reimburse you if you win–or you could give a spot to a friend!
Want an extra entry? Share about the giveaway on your favorite social media site and leave an extra comment letting me know you’ve done so.
I’m an affiliate of Campfire Chic and as such receive a small percentage of any sales made using the links in this post. However, this is not sponsored content: all opinions are my own. I bought and took this course because boy did I need it and am sharing my progress with you because you might need it too.
If you’ve taken Spark, I’d love to hear about your experience with the class!