If your like me then every now and again you run out of topics to blog about, recently I have been trying to get my blog more organised and to do this I started to using an editorial calendar. So here are a few blog ideas to help you to fill your editorial calendar, if you haven't got an editorial calendar check out Pintrest for some amazing ideas.
Products you have repurchased.
Behind the scenes of your blog.
Make Up tutorial.
Whats in your bag.
Topic that interests you.
Question and Answer.
I hope this helps you get out of the blogging rut, let me know if you have any other ideas,
As it's the new year I always treat myself to new stationary, so I thought it would be fun to blog my office essentials.
Computer - I like to have a desktop computer as they tend to have more storage and I find them easier to work on. It's an office staple as most the work I do is on a computer.
Label Maker - I only just got this for Christmas and already I can see a massive difference in printing off posting addresses, it takes half the time and looks really professional.
iPad - I love my iPad I using along with my computer as it enables me to keep track of my business when I'm on the go, I blog on it and I can take orders when I'm away from home.
Diary/Planner - I don,t know what I would do without my diary, I just bought a new on for this year, I write my daily to do tasks, my blog posts and sales down in it, this way I never forget anything and I can plan my week out.
Printer - Obviously a printer is a really useful tool to have, I can print invoices and recipes off and any other information I need.
Pens and Notepads - I love to make notes, of tasks I need to do or ideas that I have so I like to make a note of them.
Post It's - I have so many Post It's, my boyfriend says I have enough to to open a shop but I love them and I use them every single day, either to write important tasks down or to make an event in my diary.
I have been using the Cleansing Brush for a month now and I really like it. It says that it isn't recommended for dry skin which is what I have but it has been working really well for me.
I use it every night to remove my make up, I take my eye make up first then I put the No7 Cleansing Balm on my face and use the fist slow setting on the brush to massage the cleanser and remove my foundation, then I just rinse it off. It takes half the time to remove my make up compared to doing it without the brush. My skin is softer and brighter and my makeup seems to stay on longer.
Available from Boots for £24.95 and they currently have a 3 for 2 offer on. You can also buy new heads, I need to pick one up soon, they recommend changing the heads every 3 months but my foundation has slightly stained mine so I will need to replace it once a month.