Eurydice Howell

A professional blog about not so professional things




I had originally intended to have this posted for yesterday, but it actually plays to the message that I’m writing you that it won’t actually be posted until it’s done.

When the year started, I had given myself a ton of expectations. I felt like goals were too easy to give up on, but if I expected myself to do particular things, then I would be much more likely to follow through. So I wrote down a full list of things that I had expected to do in 2016.

Continue reading “Calendaring”


I haven’t written a post in about ten days, according to my stats. The funny thing about it is that I literally have a calendar full of days when I’m supposed to publish different types of posts. Technically, I have done the post that was scheduled for earlier this week, but it went to another blog entirely. I was quite serious when I said I run other blogs. In fact, I’m going to take the time to talk about one of them today.

Continue reading “FYeahUndergroundMusic”

Joy Deangdeelert Cho’s Blog, Inc.: Blogging for Passion, Profit, and to Create Community

I read this book for obvious reasons. I run a blog, but I also want to be known as a blogger. I want a bigger readership, and I currently want to be paid to blog. If this site never gets monetized I’d be perfectly fine, but getting checks for writing has always been my life goal.

In any case, Blog,Inc. talks about why blogging is good to build the brand of a creative. Joy Cho runs her own blog, Oh Joy!, and, in this book, she goes step by step over what you need to know about building a blog of your own. Littered throughout this book are Cho’s interviews with eighteen other bloggers about why they decided blog and how it changed their lives. I liked this book simply because it made me think about what I really want to do with this blog, and how I should go about getting more readers.

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I love how the tagline on this blog says “I love writing”, but I have nothing written. That’s not to say that I don’t like to write, I’ve just been oh so very  tired. A lot of my more recent work has been reviewing and opinions. I’ve done some free form poetry, but no substantial stories have flowed from these fingers in a while.

That sounds so discouraging from someone looking for a blogging job, but I’ve never quite been one to lie about things. I love writing, and I especially love storytelling, but sometimes writing fact is good practice for writing fiction.

This has been an interesting first post.

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