This little blog is just over a year old now (cue belated Happy Birthday singing and trumpet sounds) although it seems like I’ve been writing (in my head) for a lot longer. I started reading blogs about six years ago, and soon realised that I wanted to start my own, but what with being stuck in a job I hated and getting boozy at the weekends, well, I didn’t have too much to say that was worth sharing, but then the kid came along. Once she arrived, it took me another ten months to engage my brain, but once that first post was live, I was hooked. This is my outlet, my own little space to think out loud and put my thoughts down. And that’s all wonderful right, but have I actually learnt anything after a year of doing this? Well yes, as a matter of fact, I have.
I’ve been reading blogs for about six years now, having first discovered them when I was looking for ideas for my wedding. When my husband and I wanted to start our own family, I progressed onto parenting and baby blogs and always knew in the back of my mind that I wanted to start my own site. It wasn’t until December last year however, a few months after I had my baby that I finally felt ready to give it a go. Starting blogging, or knowing where to begin can be hugely daunting, unless you’re IT savvy or know someone who is, who can help you (aka the husband) I’m learning more and more things as time goes on, but here are the main things I’ve noticed or realised over the past few months. Continue reading
I’ve been blogging since early December, when this site went live. I’ve been reading blogs for a few years now and wanted to start my own for a while but being pregnant and having a baby got in the way, it was only really in December when I finally felt ready to do this. I’ve noticed over the past few weeks that I have been spending long hours in front of my laptop, something I haven’t done since my work days, now that I have opted to become a stay at home mum. I’ve been enjoying blogging but I started to feel like something wasn’t quite right. Something didn’t fit and felt amiss. Continue reading