The Ultimate List of Blogging Groups on Facebook

The Ultimate List of Blogging Groups On Facebook

I’ve been blogging for a little under a year and the tool that has been the best referrer for me is Facebook.  When I first started my blog, I joined three Facebook blogging groups and shared very regularly in all of them.  Over time, I’ve discovered many other groups.  It has since become too difficult to try to remember which groups have which type of threads each day so I’ve created this list of groups and thread types.

I know the images below are hard to read, so I’ve added a download link for the excel file. 

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Low Member Facebook

Mid Member Facebook

High Member Facebook I find myself doing the Click Through and StubleUpon threads in Grow your Blog and the Pinterest and Twitter threads in The Sparkle Group daily.  I also do the monthly follows in Bloggeres2Brands.

I also do every Saturday/combined weekend post because I post my blog posts every Saturday morning.

I know there are many more groups than on my list so I will hopefully be able to maintain this as a working document.  What is your favorite Facebook group for blog promotion?

Here are links to all of the mentioned groups:

Blog + Biz BFFs
Blog Beautiful
Blog Buzz
Blog Engagement and Promotion
Blog Promo Community
Bloggers Social Media Support
Bloggers Supporting Bloggers
Bloggers United
Bloggers2Brands
Blogging Boost
Blogging on Your Own Terms
Grow Your Blog
I <3 Pinterest
Inspired Bloggers Network Promo
Learn to Blog
PinChat – Pinterest Chat
The Blog Loft
The Blogger Life
The Sparkle Life

 

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How to Complete Your To-Do List in 5 Steps

How to Complete Your To-Do List

How to Complete Your To-Do List in 5 Steps

We all get overwhelmed by out to-do lists every now and then.  The tasks keep piling up and there seems to be less time each day.  When this happens, I, like many others fall into the bad habit of dreading the to-do list so much that I end up spending more time thinking about all of the tasks I have to do than it would take to just do the tasks.

For this month, I’ve decided that I’m going to finish my to-do list, or get pretty close.

Step 1:  Write out tasks
Dishes
Laundry
Clean the bathroom
Vacuum Upstairs
Vacuum the Stairs
Scrub litter box
Clean kitchen counters/floors
Hose down front of house
Wash car
Fix/sand walls and corners
Repaint baseboards
Repaint sanded walls
Reconcile Bank Accounts
Sweep and Hose Garage
Dust the tops of fans
Dust low surfaces
Put away desk supplies in office
Patch holes in kitchen

Step 2: Reorganize the tasks into two columns –  One column for tasks that take under 15 minutes to complete, and one for tasks that take over 15 minutes to complete.

Tasks < 15 minutes  
Dishes
Clean the bathroom
Hose down front of house
Repaint sanded walls
Sweep and Hose Garage
Dust the tops of fans
Put away desk supplies in office
Dust low surfaces
Tasks > 15 minutes
Laundry
Scrub litter box
Vacuum the whole house
Clean kitchen counters/floors
Wash car
Fix/sand walls, corners, holes
Repaint baseboards
Reconcile Bank Accounts

Step 3:  Organize each column from most important to least important and combining similar items. 

Tasks < 15 minutes     
Dishes
Clean the bathroom
Put away desk supplies in office
Dust the tops of fans
Hose down front of house
Repaint sanded walls
Dust low surfaces
Sweep and Hose Garage
Tasks > 15 minutes
Laundry
Scrub litter box
Vacuum the Whole House
Clean kitchen counters/floors
Wash car
Fix/sand walls, corners, holes
Repaint baseboards
Reconcile Bank Accounts

Step 4: Each day, complete the top item from each column or do a few similar items (such as all painting in one day)

Ex:
Day 1: Dishes & Laundry
Day 2: Clean the bathroom and scrub the litter box
Day 3: Put away desk supplies in office & Vacuum the house

Step 5 – Be Flexible with your to-do list

There are always things that come up that either need to be added to the to-do list or can take away time from completing items on the to-do list.  The most important thing is to be flexible and willing to make adjustments to the to-do list when necessary.  If you know you won’t be able to do anything off of the to-do list, plan ahead and do a few extra tasks one day.  As long as you are consistently making progress, the to-do list will no longer run your life!

 

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