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3 Reasons I Love Writing for SheOwnsIt.com by @adamsconsulting

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by Diana Adams | Featured Contributor

As I’m sitting here next to my Christmas tree, sipping on a Gingerbread Latte, I’m reminded of all the things I’m grateful for in my life. I’m so blessed in so many ways. One of the things I’m grateful for is the opportunity to be a writer here at SheOwnsIt.com.

I thought I’d list the top 3 reasons why I love writing for this blog.

1. It makes me feel good inside.

Yes, it’s a selfish reason, but hear me out. Writing can be a little lonely sometimes. It’s just you, your computer and the blog you’re writing for (whether it’s your own blog or someone else’s blog).

I’ve written over 4,100 blog posts on lots of different blogs, and I do it all just for fun. There are some blogs that are definitely cozier than others. This is a cozy blog.

It feels good to write for SheOwnsIt.com. It’s a place where I know I can share my thoughts and ideas about being an entrepreneur without any pressure or stress.

I’ve also noticed that writing about business has affected my business. I’m passionate about being an entrepreneur, and writing about that has given me an extra pep-in-my-step. I’m more confident in my daily interactions.

It turns out, science confirms that there is a link between passionate writing and real life events, even from a health perspective. You can read more about that at Science Shows Something Surprising about People Who Love to Write.

2. It’s empowering to be part of such a supportive, encouraging group of businesswomen.

When Melissa Stewart invited me to be a writer at SheOwnsIt.com, I had no idea it was like being invited to join the cool girls’ club.

There is something very rewarding about connecting with like-minded women who understand the challenges of growing a business and integrating it into daily life in order to create a happy, prosperous lifestyle.

I have made countless connections with other businesswomen as a result of writing here. These are supportive, empowering women who prefer collaboration over competition.

To me, those relationships are priceless.

3. SheOwnsIt.com has a very loyal following, and each post is heavily promoted and shared.

If you look closely at the post titles, you’ll see that each one has the Twitter username of the author in the title of the post itself. Because of that, each time my post is shared on Twitter, the tweet shows up in my notifications.

SheOwnsIt.com has a strong, loyal following that is committed to sharing new content as it’s published. As a result, there is more social engagement and more blog post comments than I was expecting.

As a writer, there is nothing more rewarding than getting positive feedback on your work. As a seasoned writer, there is nothing more rewarding than getting any feedback (positive or negative) on your work. I get it all on SheOwnsIt.com, and I smile throughout the journey. It’s truly a pleasure.

I’ve been a writer here for six months, and I’m looking forward to the future. As I continue writing posts here, and learning from all the other contributors, I’m confident 2015 is going to be the best year ever!

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diana adamsDiana Adams is the founder and CEO of Adams Consulting Group, Inc. in Atlanta. Established in 2001, her company is now an esteemed member of the Apple Consultants Network and is rated one of the top independent Apple consulting firms in the southeast.

She’s written 4,000+ blog posts about technology, social media and geeky innovations. She loves new technology, Java Chips with extra drizzle, and any form of creativity. She’s also one of the biggest Star Wars fans in the world and is a frequent user of the force.

Diana graduated from USC, and she spends most of her time on the east coast. She is a social media addict, and you can find her on Twitter (@adamsconsulting), Instagram, G+ or Facebook almost anytime of the day or night. Send her a tweet and say hello!

2 Replies to “3 Reasons I Love Writing for SheOwnsIt.com by @adamsconsulting”

  1. Diana Adams

    Melissa, I thank YOU! Being a writer on this site has truly enriched my life, which is why I was compelled to write about it.

    Thank you for being such a wonderful ray of sunshine! The world needs more people like you in it. 🙂

  2. Melissa Stewart

    Your post started with a gingerbread latte and just got better and better-er 🙂

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE you Diana and we’ve been SO LUCKY to have you on board!

    Thank YOU for the fabulous posts, tweets, and all the AMAZING you do!

    *hugs*

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