Questions?

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20 thoughts on “Questions?

  1. Help I am trying to start a ballet blog and I can’t seem to think of a great first post I had ideas but now I lost them

  2. I personally treat this blog as a journal and write about pretty much anything on my mind! (From dance, to poetry, recipes, performances, big events, motivational posts, auditions, and more!) I like to keep this blog pretty well-rounded so that people of all interests can enjoy stopping by! I hope that this helped you! Good luck posting!

  3. I’m thinking about starting a blog but I’m not sure if I should. What are your thoughts on starting a blog?? What are some key things I would need to know if I did start one??

    1. I would actually highly recommend starting a blog! I think posting so fun, and I really enjoy it a lot! However, I think that the hardest part is putting time aside to keep up with it! It is a lot of work and a lot of writing, especially to keep people interested! However, an important thing to remember is that the entire world can see what you have posted at any given time of day, so it is important to be confident about your writing and only share information that you are comfortable with.
      As far as followers goes; if you have an Instagram or a social media page, I would let your followers know that you have started a blog and give them the link. 🙂 I think that is one of the fastest ways to get views… Another trick is to comment, like, and follow other people’s blogs and maybe attach the link in the comment section of one of their posts? That has something that I have done a few times… I hope that this was helpful. 😉

  4. How does it feel to be a ballet dancer with a blog? Who prompted you to the world of ballet? & which country do you belong to? (just in case I came visiting, would love to pop up and say hi.)

    1. As a ballet dancer, I think that I have a very special connection with blogging and sharing my personal experiences with readers. My life is constantly changing and things are ALWAYS happening in the studio, so I always have something to post about! 🙂
      My dear Grandma Gayle introduced me to ballet and inspired me to begin dancing. She was a dancer, so she was always talking about ballet and teaching me to dance. She helped me begin this wonderful journey, and I can’t thank her enough for that!
      I actually live in The United States of America. Thanks for the comment!

        1. This is actually a really great idea!! A lot of people have always seemed very interested in watching me dance, and this would be a wonderful way to share with all of you! Thanks for the tip, and I will let you know when I begin. 🙂

  5. Did you get into Boston Ballet’s summer intensive? (I was a full-scholarship student at Boston in the mid-1970s…I’m a bit older than yourself!, but did dance for many years.) I wish you the best wherever you decide to continue your training; just choose a school that “feels” right for your needs. You are clearly a very talented dancer. I wish you all the best. Grace

    1. That is so inspiring!! I actually made the waiting list for their summer program, and I will hear back from them around March 14th! I will post the final results as soon as I get them! Thank you so much for your wonderful comment… 😊

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