If the plethora of blog posts I swim through every day is any evidence, many blogs on the WordPress Reader are immensely helpful and eye-opening. But if anything, the most well-written and easily influential ones – whether or not they are the ones that pull likes and comments – are amazing blogs with amazing writers who, regardless of their experience (though I am sure have a good lot of it) make it an enjoyable, mind-opening experience to read their pieces.
Of course, this list is entirely based on my personal opinion. The authors of the posts on this list did not provide me a compensation of any kind for writing this. These are pieces that I have curated after coming across them on the WP Reader (just as you have probably found this one).
For now, sit back and prepare to have your mind exposed to new ideas!
Chris Nicholas’s Alpha
A beautiful, multi-conflict piece written during the peak of COVID-19, Alpha discusses how we should, so to speak, be wolves. That probably sounds pretty crazy for you, but if you read the piece I promise you’ll love it!
Read the post here >> Alpha
Stuart Danker’s Word on Blogging
What being a blogger really means or entails, I did not know until I came across this masterpiece narrating Stuart’s general feedback on what most blogs offer. If you truly want to provide value as a blogger, read this.
Read Stuart’s post here >> Here’s How to Provide More Value As A Blogger
Raegan Debunks Homeschooling Stereotypes
A particular post from Raegan’s Full Mind that struck something in me is a post where seven myths about homeschooling are debunked. Did you ever think homeschoolers don’t socialize, or that they play all day? Read this and think again.
Read Raegan’s post here >> Debunking Homeschool Stereotypes
K.M. Allan’s Invaluable Advice on Editing
Whether you’re editing a short story or a novel, you’re going to love K.M. Allan’s post on what to edit when you feel like something is missing. If you’re a writer, be sure to check out her post below.
Read K.M. Allan’s post here >> Editing Tips: What To Check When It Feels Like Something Is Missing
Feedback, Not the Goal — Wandering Ambivert
Only a few weeks back, Wandering Ambivert published a blog post talking about bloggers’ obsession with statistics, and how it’s better to focus on the feedback. It’s a wonderful, short piece, and I encourage you to take it in by clicking the link below.
Read his post here >> Stats and analytics – Feedback; Not the goal
Over to You
I hope you’ve enjoyed this quick roundup! These are articles that have opened my eyes to the wonders of many different things. Chances are, you’ve already come across some of them before you read this post!
Have you recently read a life-changing piece on the WP Reader that you’d like to share? Share your thoughts!