When I started Project #icandoit365, I had a simple goal in mind: encourage the handmaker community to try blogging regularly for a year. There was some initial interest, but like all things that take effort, the interested petered out. However, a few artisans took up the challenge and have stuck to their goal. One such artist is Rori. Today she posted that, due to her efforts, her traffic has exploded. Just head over to her latest report and look at those numbers. You can’t tell me that an artist with an online shop isn’t going to see a boost in visits with traffic like this.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: it doesn’t have to be hard. A picture that inspires you is all you need. Add a little caption, and you’ve got a post. One way to find great and inspiring images is via Tumblr. There are a ton of great Tumblr blogs out there, full of fantastic images. All you have to do is right click, save and link back to the blog when you post the image. That’s all. In order to use Tumblr well, it’s good to open an account. Besides the advantage of owning your name on Tumblr, you’ll be able to follow blogs that you like and repost when you are ready.
With that in mind, here are 5 blogs that I follow, full of amazing images ready for you to share. Don’t forget to Link With Love. Oh, and while you’re at it, why not grab our special little notebook and join us for Project #icandoit365?
The one disadvantage to Tumblr is that many users don’t provide much in the way of contact information. The good news is that you don’t need it to enjoy this blog full of Bohemian Homes and their global-inspired spaces.
Lili, the blogger behind Designed For Life, is an aspiring interior designer. With her eye for exquisite interior spaces, it won’t be long until she moves from aspiring to inspiring.
James Bennett has an eye for design and it shows. Take Over Time is an amazing collection of modern design. There’s enough inspiration for everyone here. A must read.