It started with my journal ( My Content Writing Story)

I like to say I’ve always been a content writer.

From primary school, I kept a journal where I wrote stories, poems, my daily experiences, and every other thing.

However, my content writing journey officially started last year when my friend git me a content writing job.

He had this project to handle, and he needed a content writer. Seeing how good I was with words, he decided I was the best person for the job.

I did a lot of researching and writing for the job.

I learned real-life content writing on the job, imitated, and innovated.

I got to understand how broad content writing is.

I understood it was beyond what I do in my closet. It is about using words to solve people’s problems.

It’s about using words to change people’s moods.

It is about using words to create a community, and this cannot be achieved if I don’t have a focus area on content writing.

I got to learn awesome. It is to pick a niche and brand yourself with it.

I decided to focus on growth writing for my personal brand, and I did other freelance jobs on Graphic Design and finance content writing.

Right now, I’m in love with the job, and I feel incomplete any day I don’t write content.

Even though I’m in love with the job, there are still days I don’t feel like writing at all.

Days I just want to sleep, but I’ve made a commitment, and as hard as it is, I have to show up, and I do that, against all odds.

Stay amazing,

Bridget here.

For now, I’ll be sharing the basics of content writing, and I’ll do this for 30 days. Every other thing follows