6 Things That Happen When You Blog Daily

6 Things That Happen When You Blog Daily

First of all, I would like everyone to know that this blog post is not an endorsement for blogging daily, but an in-depth discussion of what could happen to you if you choose to publish content on your blog daily.

I have said on numerous occasions that blogging daily is not for everyone (And, I stand firmly by that belief).

Publishing content on one’s blog daily is a matter of choice β€” one that is done freely.

It is as though a person had signed an agreement with the Universe to challenge themselves (And, that challenge, my friend, is in the form of immersing themselves deeply into all things that are blogging-related).

Blogging daily is one of the most challenging things that a blogger can do.


Because the very act of blogging daily can make or break a blogger.

So, without further ado, it is time for you and I to dissect this topic together.

1.) You Get To Practice Your Craft Regularly

By choosing to fill your blog with a steady flow of daily blog posts, you will be getting lots of practice; for example:

  • Coming up with topics for your blog posts.
  • Writing draft copies for your blog posts.
  • Proofreading your blog posts.

Those are the things that bloggers do before they press the Publish button (And, let us not forget that it is a daily commitment).

2.) You Begin To Wonder If You Are Capable Of Keeping Up The Pace

After a month, a voice in your head is going to ask you, “Are you capable of keeping up the pace of blogging daily?”

The question will be on your mind for a while and that is because:

  • You have grown a bit exhausted mentally and physically.
  • You are left wondering how to juggle the other aspects of your life and blogging.
  • You will wonder, “Will I ever run out of ideas for my blog posts?”

Blogging daily will cause you to question if blogging daily is truly worth it.

Unfortunately, some people end up quitting.

And, of course, there will be those who will not give up the fight because they are up for a good challenge.

3.) You Learn To Write Quickly

Busy people know that they do not have all the time in the world to write a blog post.

So, what do they do?

They end up using whatever free time they have available to them wisely. For example, if they only have two hours of free time available, they will spend it writing a blog post quickly.

Writing quickly, in itself is a challenge; however, with regular practice, you will end up doing it with ease.

Always remember, that once you have chosen your topic, researched it and created an outline for your blog post, you will be laser-focused on getting your quota of writing done.

4.) You Will Notice Yourself Getting Better

After a few months have passed, you would begin to notice the following things:

  • An improvement in your writing.
  • Being adequate in the area of meeting all of your publishing deadlines.
  • A willingness to take on more blogging challenges.

All of those things will lead you to believe that you are very much capable of being an unstoppable blogger (Which, in turn, boosts your confidence).

5.) You May Become Obsessed With Blogging

As someone who blogs daily, I cannot hide the fact that blogging has become somewhat of an obsession. I blatantly refuse to not let a day go by without publishing anything on my blog.

Dear friend, there is a chance of you doing the same thing (Especially, if you have been blogging daily for many months non-stop).

Blogging would turn into an unbreakable habit (That is not so bad because your blog will never be neglected by you).

6.) You Will Discover Ways Of Making Blogging Easier For Yourself

The God’s/Goddess’s truth is that blogging daily forces you to come up with a method that makes blogging easier for you; for example:

  • Choosing to create content for your blog at a time when you are feeling most productive (For some people that would be at nighttime and for others, they would be most productive in the daytime).
  • Changing your location with the intention of breaking up the sameness; thus ensuring a sense of freshness.
  • Listening to music on your headphones while you write because it contributes to your effortless writing.

The easier, the better.

The truth is that you would be more willing to create content for your blog when you have discovered easier ways of getting your quota of blogging done.

Final Thoughts

As a gentle reminder, it is not mandatory for you to blog daily.

However, if you choose the path of publishing content on your blog daily, the experiences of doing so will be:

  • One that is filled with lots of fun.
  • One that is filled with all sorts of challenges.
  • One that allows you to notice the growth you have made.

Hey, blogging daily certainly has its perks!



  1. Absolutely incredible blog post Renard. Oh God these six things here are what bloggers encounter when they blog daily seven days a week. As for me, I am always up for a challenge, I don’t give up easily since I really dig deep in my blogging and writing is my natura skillπŸ’―βœ”

    Also, blogging daily is not a big deal for me, however, life gets in the way thus it is hard to juggle blogging and your life duties. Moreover, there are benefits of blogging daily such as you notice yourself improving, you get to practice your craft regularly making it easier for ideas to pop up sooner like popcorn. Lastly, as the saying goes “Practice makes perfect” and with time, say you just started, 5 months later you will be accustomed to blogging and you will write quicker in hours or even minutes. Have a great weekend brotherπŸ™Œ

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    1. πŸ™‚ Thank you for sharing your perspective, Mthobisi.

      I truly hope that you have a great weekend as well, my friend.

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      1. Thank You my brotherβ˜ΊπŸ™Œ

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  2. I wish to blog daily but I can’t

    I cannot compromise the quality of my blogs

    As health blogs take prodigious time and efforts.

    I need to research everytime. Then, need to read multiple sources to write 1 blog of 1k+ words.

    Then infographics, cover pics, these all are super time consuming.

    Then, if I’m sharing blogs daily, that means I’m getting notifications daily.

    People may skip my blog from yesterday, because there’s a new already. I will not get similar response from them.

    I’m tired writing all this, but this should count as a blog πŸ˜›

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    1. πŸ€” As I have rightly stated, blogging daily is not for everyone.

      Also, there is no rule that states that you should blog daily.

      I will admit that health-related blog posts do require lots of research; thus requiring way more time to put together a well-written and informative blog post.

      Sorry, Devang. Your comment does not qualify as a blog post.

      Do enjoy the rest of your day.

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      1. I am not criticizing your blog

        I would like to be clear about that.

        I’m participating through commenting.

        I wonder what’s the tone of your comment πŸ€”

        Have a peaceful time ahead


        1. πŸ€” The thought of you criticizing my blog never crossed my mind.

          You said, “I’m tired of writing all this, but this should count as a blog.”

          What I was telling you indirectly is that blog posts require way more writing than what you have written in your comment. Hence my statement, “Sorry, Devang. Your comment does not qualify as a blog post.”

          I hope that I have cleared up any misconceptions.


  3. Sadje says:

    Blogging daily is my routine. I love to create content for my blog, but I do make sure that I’m at least a day ahead

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    1. πŸ€” That is brilliant, Sadje.

      I also like being a day ahead like you; to ensure that happens, I schedule my blog posts.

      Thank you for chiming in on the discussion.

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      1. Sadje says:

        My pleasure

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  4. It’s as if this post was made especially for me. There certainly are challenges to blogging daily, but I haven’t had to worry in a very long time. I’ve kept up with it better than I have in a long time and it has become more fun in the process.

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    1. πŸ™‚ That is good news, my friend.

      I have to admit that you have done a wonderful job so far.

      Do keep up the good work!

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  5. Brenda says:

    I’m in admiration of those who blog daily

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    1. πŸ™‚ That makes the two of us, Brenda.

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  6. Careena says:

    Yep blogging daily isn’t for everyone, I’m slowly coming up with a blogging schedule that suits me. Every alternate day or so seems appealing to me. Now the challenge is to stick to this commitment atleast! Thank you for your post!

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    1. πŸ™‚ You are most welcome, Careena.


  7. wanderlustig says:

    Very thoughtful! Right now I am on a blog break for some weeks, but usually I blog almost daily. Sometimes, I wonder whether this is getting too much for my readers whether they would reader less posts more thoughly .

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    1. πŸ€” Well, in all honesty, that would depend on the type of audience that you have; some people hate it when you publish too often and there would be those who would not mind at all.

      May you return from your blogging break refreshed and thank you for reading and commenting!

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  8. I don’t blog daily because I also need time to read and comment on other bloggers’ posts which every day blogging will not allow me to do. In addition, I blog on Spiritual matters which demand in-depth research and studies ☺

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    1. πŸ™‚ Thank you for bringing that to my attention, Chris.


  9. Hi Renard,
    My blog feed (Reader) is usually filled with your blog posts.
    And I wonder how he’s able to blog so regularly?
    BTW, your blog titles make me smile.😊
    Keep writing.✍️

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    1. πŸ™‚ Since I write a lot, I am able to schedule my blog posts in advance; I have been doing that from day one on my blog, “Renard’s World.”

      Scheduling blog posts is a time-saver (It helps to ensure that my viewing audience always sees a blog post from me).

      Thank you for the kind sentiment, Lokesh.

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  10. All of these things have happened to me. LOL
    Great post, Renard. πŸ™‚ I’m thinking of sticking with an every other day post starting in May.

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    1. πŸ™‚ That is good to know, Sara.

      Sticking with an every-other-day post sounds feasible (I truly hope that it works out well for you in May).

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      1. Thank you. πŸ˜› I already have so much scheduled for April. LOL Blogging can be a little addictive.

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        1. πŸ˜‰ I love the sound of that, Sara.

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  11. Eugenia says:

    Between my two blogs, I blog 6 days a week. Sundays I leave open for blog maintenance and setting up blogs ahead of time. I have regularly scheduled blog posts for Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri, and Sat. Thursday is usually a prompt post day, however, sometimes I don’t get to it until later on in the week.

    I have blog posts already scheduled in three categories for May.

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    1. πŸ™‚ You are a wonderful example of a well-organized blogger.

      Do enjoy the rest of your day, Eugenia.


  12. I would love to blog daily. I even try my best.

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    1. πŸ™‚ Blogging daily is not the easiest thing to do in the world. However, I do commend you for trying.

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      1. I agree with you. Thank you

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  13. Write_rspace says:

    This is absolutely true. It’s been a month since I’ve chosen to blog daily. And I’ve been through all the 6 stages.
    Now I ponder on if I can keep it up and I refuse to break my streak.
    Before I decided to blog daily I already had some content written down and I kept adding to it so I always make sure I have at least a week worth of content ready and I’m always on the lookout for new topics whenever I’m scrolling through social media or search engines.
    And it’s been a really wonderful experience.

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    1. πŸ™‚ Thank you so kindly for sharing that with me.

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  14. Dave says:

    Excellent blog post Renard and very inspiring! Although I think πŸ’­ I might have to strengthen my blogging muscles πŸ’ͺ in order to do this. ✍️

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    1. πŸ™‚ Thank you, Dave.


  15. Great post , I love your mindset friend

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    1. πŸ™‚ Thanks a lot, Aaron.


  16. I am on my 30th day in a row, not sure if I’ll keep the pace up, but I do take advantage of the ability to schedule posts.

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    1. πŸ™‚ Keep taking advantage of scheduling your posts, my friend.

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  17. Kevin says:

    I think the risk of this is that quality of content suffers, because it can’t be maintained. In my view the key is finding a blogging frequency that can be sustained without compromising on creativity and ideas.

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    1. πŸ™‚ Your point is most valid. However, there is a small percentage of people who can blog daily and still maintain a high standard.

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      1. Kevin says:

        That’s right, and it’s a really impressive skill!

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