2 thoughts on “โญ How to start a Studygram/BuJogram in 17 Tips”

  1. About number 12 – announcing new pic in a story is most annoying thing ever. I want to see something different in stories but I might be in minority. Because with the rest i more or less agree ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Szia! ๐Ÿ™‚
    I hope Iโ€™m not too off-topic but I have a different problem with my instagram. (Well, letโ€™s say I have some bonus problems on top of that I lack the discipline needed for creating a peoper feed. ๐Ÿ˜…)
    I started my instagram feed to accompany my blog. My blog was pretty broad to start with, I started it after my mom died and it was both the companion and the product of my mission to turn a rough post-traumatic period into a period of post-traumatic growth, I shared everything I found useful on my way of personal development. So in the beginning, my instagram was rather personal, it was to my blog kind of what the stories can be for an instagram feed now. Then things made a turn when I started to share bullet journal content and I picked up a lot of English-speaking followers who were there for my bujo content and knew nothing of my blog. For a time, my instagram was in English, my blog in Hungarian. I made them both bilingual now, but I still somewhat struggle with how to mix and balance languages, not mention the content. Because even tho it started as a blog side-kick, it turned to be the main and virtually the only channel where I share personal pictures.
    So this is the struggle โ€“ with the mix of personal, blog-related semi-personal and bujo content, plus the mix of languages, do you see a way out, a chance of a board enough but still consistent insta feed? Any advice on how could I divide my content and make my feed better?
    Kรถszรถnรถm! ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜‰

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