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Tips for Starting a Blog: Choose Your Own Adventure

Ever been curious about starting a blog? Or do you support teachers who might be interested? I started brainstorming this list as I was talking to my husband about the creation of his own blog, focusing on the writing process more than the technical side. 

Combine that with a recent desire to learn how to sketch note, and this flowchart was born.

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Side note: I am a novice and this is my first try with sketch noting, be gentle. I was greatly relieved to see that I could begin learning with just text and structure, and not focus on the doodling quite yet (I am artistically challenged).

I'd love ideas and feedback of what you would add to the chart. Additional resources on blogging are below. 

Happy blogging!

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