So I’ve been nominated by the lovely Lizzie of Firstooth fame. I really love reading her blog, it’s always full of funnies which keep me chuckling daily along with lots of practical information and parenting info/observations. Go check her out!
So here it goes, here’s my Blogging Interview.
How did you get into blogging?
It was part fluke, part inspiration. I was advised to start initially by a waiter in The Harvester whilst I was eating a meal, of all places. His wife does it and he said I should get into it too, I had “some good stuff to talk about”. I considered it at that point, but didn’t take it any further. Then a good friend of mine (at Berylune Knit & Natter) was trying to inspire one of my other friends and ended up inspiring me too. I caught the blogging bug good and proper.
What advice would you give to another blogger starting out?
Think about what you want to say, what is your niche? Do you have something you care about more than anything else? Also who do you want to read your blog? Then work. Hard. Try and get yourself into as many circles as possible and chat to as many other bloggers as possible. They are a wonderful bunch and full of invaluable information.
How has your blog changed since you started writing it?
I thought I would focus mainly on midwifery and facts, but I love writing about my experiences with parenting and pregnancy. My writing style has definitely changed – I prefer a bit of humour to dry factual information.
What would be your dream campaign?
I’d love to review a mamaRoo. I won’t lie, I think those things look amazing.
Do you have a plan for your blog?
I would just love for it to grow. I have no plans for world domination. To blog for enjoyment is way more important to me.
What do you think about ratings?
I would love to be popular and have thousands of views, but I am thrilled with every single click I get; follower on Twitter and like on Facebook, numbers are the be all and end all. If one post helps one person – that’s more than enough.
If you fancy leaving comment, please do, they always make my day!