At one time in the past, being a blogger was something that people were but didn’t actually realise it. They would create a free account on a random platform and just write, mainly for themselves but occasionally to keep family updated on current affairs. Over the years it began to change and blogging became ‘A thing.’
Writers began to niche in; Mummy blogger, Parent blogger, Lifestyle blogger, Beauty blogger, Influencer. The list is ever changing and the labels can be somewhat creative. And some believe, over done. Read more
Blog On conference is a gathering of Bloggers, Influencers and brands orchestrated by Laura from Tired Mummy of Two and an awesome team of helpers.
The idea behind it, in short, is to help bloggers refine their skills with laser-focused sessions and to bring brands and bloggers together face to face. Read more
At the end of September I will be attending my first ever blog meet up hosted by the Blog On Conference. It’s a meet up organised for Bloggers/Vloggers to get to know like minded people and to also gain knowledge from various speakers. To say I’m nervously excited is an understament and in an attempt to let attendees get to know each other a little better, BlogOn organised the BlogOn Christmas Jumper Linky, which is a list of 15 questions. Read more
I was nominated for ‘The Mystery Blogger Award’ by the lovely Laura over at autumnsmummyblog she also has a beautifully colourful Instagram account. I would love for you to go over and have a look. Read more
This year seems to be moving really fast and now we’re here at my March round up. Mother’s Day was lovely and so the preps begin for the Easter bunny. Read more
Imagine starting a blog that you’d been thinking about forever. Feeling a little pang of anxiety and excitement on those first few posts you publish. You’ve not told anyone really because it’s so new and let’s face it, you feel a little embarrassed still. You will tell your close nit, just not yet, maybe after publishing post 4..5.. ok maybe 25 or 30. But you will, eventually.