How to blog from your own piece of paradise without the frills.
I’m sure you have all heard of Ryan Biddulph, if you are a blogger and you haven’t, then you need to check him out. Even if you aren’t a blogger this man is a jack of all trades, so still check him out.
Being new to the blogging scene I was lucky enough to come across his name very early on, on my newly embarked path.
Who wouldn’t want to blog from paradise ?
Ryan has found his paradise by travelling the world, and becoming very successful in all that he does.
I quickly realised that this man knew what he was talking about, and started following his work.
Ryan not only helps you on your blogging journey, he also helps you at a fundamental level.
From his knowledge of life, and his willingness to share that knowledge, this man has been my virtual life mentor for the last 3 months.
From explaining how to rise your vibrations, the importance of meditation in your daily routine. Ryan Biddulph is a life style guru, blogging from paradise. And he does it very well.
I too am blogging from my own little piece of paradise, but I don’t leave my house to do it. I don’t earn money from it, so if it’s the money your’e after follow Ryan and not me.
I don’t like money, I know we all need it to get by, but I have more pressing problems than money, so I tend not to think about it.
If you are like me and just love blogging, and talking about yourself and helping other people in the process, then I’m your man. It has taken me three long painful months learning the skills that have enabled me to actually get online. 3 months ago I was suicidal. I didn’t own a single item of technology other than a mobile phone.
You can teach an old dog new tricks…
I now have my very own website, a triberr account, an active Twitter account, instagram account and a Facebook account with nearly 3000 friends. I blog daily from my own little piece of paradise, the joint at the top of the garden, and I couldn’t be happier, Well if the sun shone a bit more that would help. I am probably doing it all wrong in most bloggers eyes, but I have never been one to follow the crowd. I love giving more than receiving, and I know that I am not doing it wrong because of the pleasure it gives me, the thought that my words like Ryan’s could help another’s injured soul to see the light keeps me going, keeps me sharing, keeps me alive.
I live to share the love, and I love it.