11 Must-Have Blogging Tools For Successful Lifestyle Bloggers

11 Must-Have Blogging Tools

Back in 2012 when I first started blogging, I thought it’d be just a silly hobby of mine, a way to vent about issues that were important to me. I figured I’d do it for a little while, and eventually, I’d stop. But here we are, four years later, and my blog has become a part of me. Heck, it’s even become a way of bringing in some extra income, and it’s also helped me land a book deal! How crazy is that?

I’m a lifestyle blogger, a successful one, by my standards, and over the years, I’ve learned that there are several essential tools that all lifestyle bloggers need if they want to be successful.

So today, I’ve put together an eBay guide just for that.

11 Must-Have Blogging Tools For Successful Lifestyle Bloggers.

What’s included in the list?

How about some cute writing utensils?

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Or a super-chic laptop case like this one?

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Anyway, check it out, and let me know what you think! Any others that I missed? I’d love to know!

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Books on blogging to help you take your blog to the next level:

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24 thoughts on “11 Must-Have Blogging Tools For Successful Lifestyle Bloggers

  1. Sierra Bailey says:

    I have everything except an external hard-drive . It’s nerve-wracking as an academic to not have extra document backups, so I use USB thumbdrives all the time. They really aren’t the same, though…

  2. Olga says:

    Love the accessories, they are so cute. Thanks for the list of books to check out. As a new blogger I am always looking for new ways to learn and grow.

  3. Darkis says:

    I’ve found that taking every single picture on my blog takes up a lot of time, between coming up with the creative idea, adding filters, editing, and upload. I wish I found a way to do a combination of using a my pics as well as just using something already made. Although, I know that the plus side of doing your own pictures is that you are truly distinguished from everyone else, as no one else will have the same pics!

    Which camera do you use? And where do you get your pictures from? Do you take every single picture on this blog, do you use some stock pictures, or do you do a combination of both?

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