What I Learned by Blogging for 31 Days

What I Learned by Blogging for 31 Days

31 days of blogging is officially complete!


Today is the last day of my 31-day blogging challenge and I’ve learned a thing or two during my process.  In no particular order, here’s what I learned during my blogging journey.

  1. My social media manager needs a raise
  2. People love posts that are more personal to me
  3. People love posts about relationships, love and couples
  4. Writing 31 blog posts is a lot of work and I don’t plan on doing it again
  5. But, I can definitely produce more than I did last year
  6. I needed to have help coming up with topics
  7. I needed to stop stealing pictures from Pinterest, especially after reading blogposts about getting sued for taking random pictures from online
  8. I love writing and plan to write a book one day
  9. I could have written all 31 blogposts about my dog
  10. I couldn’t have done it without my readers, supporters and friends

Thank you to everyone who supported me on this journey!  Keep an eye out for my future blogposts, which will come less than every day but more than once a month.


Amanda Landry, LMHC, CAP decided to become a therapist while attending Nova Southeastern University. She saw the need to help people achieve the life they wanted to live, while creating a life of her own. She completed her master’s in Mental Health Counseling and started a career in the juvenile justice arena. Since then, she has started a private practice in Pembroke Pines, Florida, specializing in depression, anxiety relationship issues, and substance abuse. Amanda is a believer in holistic treatment and she practices veganism, meditation and yoga in her life. Find out more about her practice here. For a free 15-minute consultation, call or text Amanda at 954-378-5381 or email her at amanda@amandapattersonlmhc.com.

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