Don't wear your heart on your sleeve; make your blog an inviting and encouraging place for other women to visit. In many ways christian women bloggers are losing their strength and dignity by revealing too much personal information.
I love A Wise Woman Builds Her Home and Blessed Femina who fill up their side bar with pretty pictures, quotes, and scripture verses to edify and encourage their readers.
"I work for a King. He has put me in charge of his home. When He comes to see how I have managed His possessions and His children, I do not want to be found wanting. I want to do my best. Everything I have is on loan from Him. I have room and board and a job to do, but it is all for Him. Therefore I want to dress my best and do my best in all my work. I also want to be creative, for this is a sincere attempt to glorify Him and His beautiful creation. How I manage my home is a form of worship to Him."
I do not play music on my blog because I feel it is a distraction, but many women enjoy hearing soft background music while reading blogs. Who knows - I might just change my mind (smile).
If possible, create a quiet spot in your home where you can think and write. I usually do my best thinking and writing in the quiet early hours in my bedroom overlooking a lovely view of freshly mowed grass, blooming flowers, and tall oak trees.
The beauty and truth which dwells in your heart will overflow onto your blog.
Read other quality and beautiful blogs which inspire, share God's truth for wives, mothers, and homemakers, and fill your spirit with a stirring to press forward and run the race without fainting.
Here are some of my favorite reads:
A Wise Woman
The Pleasant Times
Like a Bubbling Brook
The Prudent Homemaker
Have other women who are Christ and home-centered guest post on your blog. Some of the most encouraging posts written on Far Above Rubies have been from women such as June Fuentes and Lady Lydia.
Have a blessed day building up your families.