My Top 4 Blogging Tips & Tools That Help Me Blog as a Hobby
*This is a Collaborative Post. If you didn’t know already, blogging is a hobby and is not my main source of income. It’s not my “main” job and I don’t rely on it to pay the bills or put food on the table. With this, it means I have the luxury of being able to
Last week we attended the Vuelio Online Influencer Awards in London – a prestigious event for the blogging and ‘Influencer’ industry; recognising those who are leading by example. This was my second time attending the event, and Sharon’s first, however this year it was a whole new experience as we were nominated for an award.
Last weekend, I drove up to Manchester for the annual Blog On blogging conference – which is only my second blogging conference to date. Britmums in 2016 was the last time I went to a conference! With Britmums being the only conference I had to compare this one too, I was basically going in blind and
This year, I’ve finally taken the plunge and decided to go to Britmums Live. If you don’t know what #BML16 is, it’s the biggest blogging conference in the parenting bloggers calendar. I don’t class myself as a professional blogger (far from it), which is why #BML16 is perfect for me, it’s open to all (or
I’ve never been a fan of resolutions. They always seem to target the negative or can turn themselves into a chore. “Lose weight” is usually a popular one, but one that’s often broken first. Unless you want to do it, or would have done it without the resolution, don’t do it. You’ll just feel rubbish about
2015 was a huge one for us with the arrival of T, after trying for two years to meet him. 2016 will no doubt be just as busy what with T starting nursery, me returning to work, and T making general milestones like walking and, possibly, talking! But before we start moving forward, here’s what