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Why is having a rollaway bed a necessity in today’s times?

If you go for a visit to any house, you would find them to have at least one rollaway bed in order to provide proper sleeping accommodation to the guests who stay over. This has become a norm, and indeed it is something that begets the current mentality of young generation. So, you can also get into the game and purchase the best rollaway bed that will be able to provide the perfect accommodation to the people that come to your house for a visit.best folding bed

However, there is also a misconception that purchasing the best roll away beds can end up costing you a lot of money. For smart shoppers, nothing goes over the budget. Therefore, conduct your due diligence and purchase products that not only help you in getting the proper comfort, but it also does so within the prescribed budget. If you are really into the use of the memory foam, then you could go for purchasing the rollaway beds that have memory foam mattresses, at least the top 2 inches of the bed. That way, it would provide a wonderful sleep to your guests, and they would not feel any kind of discomfort sleeping on a rollaway bed.

Sturdily built guest bedrooms that have good quality beds are almost always a necessity today. However, due to the shortage of space or due to depleting finances, you might not have come across that option in your current house. Therefore, as an alternative option, purchasing the best rollaway beds and using it for proper accommodation to your guests will definitely work out in your favor. That way, you would be able to maintain their dignity and yours at the same time. Overall, such kind of a preparation is a necessity in today’s times.

How to Draw People to Your Blog

The other day I was reading this lovely article, and it got me thinking realizing that when it all comes down to it, if you’re not passionate about what you’re writing about – it doesn’t draw me in; I’m not engaged; there is no connection.
Think about it – for those of you who blog, when you initially started – nine times out of ten you thought, “Oh, I want to blog like _____.” (I know I’m not the only girl in the class that just raised her hand).  Inevitably, we’ve made our first blogging mistake at the very beginning.  Blogging, because of the outcomes we see with another blogger.  Blogging, because of how popular said blogger is.  Blogging, because said blogger makes a full time income from her blog.

And so we start this lovely blog, and spend a ton of money creating content for this blog (whether we’re crafting, cooking, baking, styling – etc.).  And here is the real plunker –

 WE’RE NOT GETTING THE SAME OUTCOMES.

Where are all the comments?  Why isn’t anyone following me?  Why am I not featured? Why aren’t corporations sending me free products yet?

Any while many, many factors play into having a successful blog (layout, design, photos, writing style, marketing, branding – just to name a few).  It all comes down to the heart of it all.

WHAT YOU’RE PASSIONATE ABOUT

Like those people, who wear their heart on their sleeves – readers can definitely tell if you’re truly passionate about the content you’re putting out there and if you’re not.  And while you may have amazing photos and great tutorials; if you’re just going through the motions (for whatever reasons  you may have) your “quality readers” will be lost.  Those comments that are truly engaging and will be long gone.

When you’re passionate about your writing, it will show through and be infectious to others.  Even if they have no connection to bloggers who talk about graduate schooling, mommy crafts, outfit posts and the list goes on;  because YOU love what you write about and are passionate about it,people will be automatically be drawn to you.  Why??  Because they want that passion.  They want that fire.  And you, my dear friends, have the ability to PASS IT ON.

Take a moment.  Take some me time.  Go get some coffee and a journal.  For crying out loud, let Dad order some pizza for the kids.  And ponder on what you are passionate about.  All of your passions.  Get it all out there on paper.  And then…

TELL YOUR STORY!
Right now, I’m changing my story too.  What I initally set out to do with this blog will most likely be transitioning in a month or too.  Guess what.  THAT IS A-OK.  It is time to stop following the trends and start creating them.  So on you go!  Get to it, I know I am 🙂

PASSIONATE INTENTIONS

You know what is funny?  When you’re destined to do something.  When you can’t help NOT doing something.  When you’re passionate (isn’t that a familiar word in these neck of the woods web now a days!) about something .  It oozes itself into your life – even if you attempt to reject it.  Even if you think you don’t have the time for it.  Even if you feel you aren’t ready physically or mentally for it.  Anyone ever been there?
Back when I was still blogging at Instant Mommie, I had an idea (oh really? self proclaimed idea guru? that’s new!).  No but really, I had an idea to start writing a business blog with a focus in Marketing.  I started it, but had really bad follow through.
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With all the new exciting things happening around these parts of the web lately, I find it a little comical that marketing and business ideas have found their way back to me.  Silly me – thinking I’d do another blog based on anything other than marketing – MY PASSION!
So I asked myself, why didn’t it work the first time?  Why weren’t my ideas bursting at the seams like they are now?  WHY?  For Heaven’s sake – was I looking at other blogs for ideas on content when this is my subject of expertise?
INTENT
I pursued it for all the wrong reasons (right off the bat).  I started it with the intent on making money, not enjoying my passion and this gift I’ve been blessed with.

This isn’t to say wanting to monetize your work is bad thing, after all, the strategy to monetize was from other bloggers I look up to.  However, having this be my main intent for the blog was not the formula for success (FOR ME).  If I had put my passion for it FIRST and let the monetization happen in time (when it was the right time) it could have been more successful.

Now that I’m pursuing this with the right intent – living out my passion – things are coming together better than I could have asked for.

And you ask, “So Aukele, what’s the take away?”

1. Find your passion.  Why would you waste your time and effort into something that doesn’t get you excited when you wake up in the morning?

2. Before you start a project ask yourself, “What are my intentions?”  Make them clear for yourself.  If you don’t know why you are doing something, why do it?  Ask yourself, “Why am I doing this?” “Is the effort worth the expected outcome?” “What is the purpose?”

3. If you want a true chance at long lasting success – first and foremost, you must ensure passionate about what you’re (attempting/starting) to do. While knowing your passion is really important when it comes to risking it all and doing something for yourself, don’t end up letting it be a crutch – guess what, you may have more than ONE passion. EXPLORE your passions.  Take the time to figure out if you have multiple passions.  If so – then you have more room to play with to figure out what is priority, what has more potential, what is more doable for you.

Did I just open up a can of worms?  More than one passion?  I know, I know.  You’ll thank me later. I would really appreciate it if you would comment below and tell me what you think.  If you have questions ask, away.  What more do you want to know on passion and intent?