Five Ways to Make Photoblogging a Habit

In which I reblog an article about photoblogging regularly, on a blog I don’t photoblog on regularly.

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A habit is a behavior that is performed automatically, because it has been repeated the same way many times. Positive behaviors can become routine, just as detrimental behaviors can. In today’s post, I’ll talk about strategies for forming a photoblogging habit.

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There are three steps to habit formation: the cue, the behavior, and the reward. The cue is the trigger that initiates the behavior, and the reward is the benefit or pleasure that one gains from performing the behavior.

If you consider your daily routine through this lens, you will likely be able to identify many habits that you may not have ever realized you had formed. When you first wake up in the morning, what do you do? What does your evening routine look like? Where in your day might you be able to cultivate…

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One thought on “Five Ways to Make Photoblogging a Habit

  1. Thank you for this posting, Jen. I am a journey person in many things, but at self-promotion and self-development I have a lot to learn. Finding your blog is a first step toward creating a photo blog. This past Saturday I joined a Meetup group for a long Autumn walk through a local park, and I would like to start such a blog using some of those mages. In addition to my own web-wanderings, are there any specific tips or websites you would recommend? My blog, LupeGuru, I have to get back to work on. I started a class in WordPress through Thanks. DWS


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