Blog from Scratch 5 Day Challenge

From blank screen to polished post

Staring at a blank screen?

There's nothing worse than staring at a blank screen knowing that you have a post due or wanting so desperately to publish something today -- this week! -- on your blog.

Sound familiar?

Or maybe you've been wanting to start a blog, but you feel like you have no content to write about. You're worried that you'll start and then fail because you won't have enough posts to share.

It's a feeling I know all too well.

Sometimes, the blog juice just doesn't flow.

And sometimes, I find myself just getting up and walking away from the computer in frustration.

Until I go back to the processes that I know work.

And that's when I Blog from Scratch.

A Writing Course from the Comfort of Home

Simple. Easy. Brilliant.

Need some help getting those blog posts written?

The Blog from Scratch challenge will walk you step-by-step from blank screen to polished post.

Follow along with the videos and participate in the Facebook group for the best experience.

Join The Course Today (Only $10)

Writing instruction. A writing teacher. Feedback and support.

It doesn't get much better than that.

Lydia was such a helpful resource in the early stages of my blog. Not only has she given me guidance in the right direction, she has been an incredible asset to my brainstorming process. Her creativity, flexibility, and dedication is top notch. I'd highly recommend her to any new blogger that needs a little extra momentum or assistance in getting started.

Kristen V Polished on Purpose

About your Instructor

Lydia Richmond (from Cluttered Genius) is a National Board Certified Teacher with a Master's Degree in English Education. She's been teaching since 2000, and has been working online creating courses and teaching high schoolers since 2008.

In 2015, Lydia began facilitating the professional development for her online organization. Additionally, Lydia has taught at the community college level, has been a mentor and facilitator for new teachers, has provided multiple workshops on technology and the classroom, and was once upon a time the journalism/broadcast teacher at the local high school where they started a weekly news broadcast.

When Lydia isn't blogging or teaching people how to blog & use social media, you can find her in yoga pants and a t-shirt hanging out with her four kids and hunky Calculus teacher husband.