There are so many people trying to make a name for themselves as writers, big time bloggers, or aiming for a book deal. It can so often feel like you’re shouting into the wind. Tweeting your links to no one. But don’t stop. When you check your readership and find only one person reading, and you get disheartened. Don’t stop. That one person has come to your page to see what you’re saying. They’ve googled and found your piece. Your words may have landed in someone’s lap when they most needed it. It could be your post about cleaning cupboards, it could be about a new lipstick colour, it could… Read More Keep Writing, Keep Sharing.
If you are lucky enough to work from home, then you need a dedicated space to work from. It’s all well and good thinking that you’ll just work from your sofa, but the reality is that working from your sofa is incredibly hard to do. This is because it comes with various distractions that while you’re working, you don’t need. You can’t work effectively with Peppa Pig on in the background, I’m sorry but you just can’t. If you’re lucky enough to have the space to create a home office, take advantage of that and get designing. To help you create a space that’s smart, stylish and functional, I’ve put… Read More How To Design A Home Office That’s Smart, Stylish & Functional
Motherhood holds the most precious part in the diary of a woman’s life! It’s true that it takes a lot of hard work and patience on a mother’s part to look after the well-being of her child and family. But what makes such a pain worth it, is getting to see a happy smile on her child’s face. Nothing beats the feeling of seeing your child doing well because of your proper care and upbringing. Personally, I am a mother to three girls and a working woman. As you can make out, my life is never easy and the daily hectic schedules simply get me the jitter of nerves! Life… Read More Bingo and motherhood!
Another brilliant panel. This was my favorite it really gave great insight into what is possible when you start out with even the littlest blog. The panel consisted of Alison Perry of The Motherhood and Not Another Mummy Blog, Molly Forbes of Mother’s Always Right, (the very lovely) Fi Star-Stone of Childcare is fun! and someone called Rachel who wrote a book (sorry for the vague last member!) So there we have quality featured writers, editorial experience, radio slots interviews and books being published. A very brilliant panel. My notes are an interpretation of what was said and how I could use it in my blogging and beyond. Pitching Ideas… Read More How to be a freelance writer (blogcamp tips)