How I Started Blogging

So you wanna know the story of how I started blogging huh?

I took just 1 internet course at community college and found out that basic HTML was pretty easy. But I never really got far because I needed 1. more education 2. I needed to know what I wanted to blog about. At the time I didn’t really know what I wanted to do.

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Fast forward a few years-I begun to really step into my creative side. I started crafting a bunch and even opened an Etsy shop that made 1 sale. Woo hoo! I had no idea where to begin to really make money online. I mean who doesn’t want to talk about things they love and make money? It was so hard. I was making all kinds of mistakes.

I took a step back and started learning. Nose deep in this whole internet marketing thing.

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I started building a tribe of likeminded people on my social media when I had something to talk about (an MLM company I joined). The MLM thing never got huge, but I learned hands-on about how people really wanted to feel connected to something or be a part of a community of like-minded people. This time I wanted to tell the world about my real passion-nerding out on clean products! I’ve always been a sucker for labels and ingredients since I was like 12!

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Here’s my quick guide for my future mama bloggers out there, so you don’t have to learn the hard way. 

This is why I created Hello & Blog a mentoring section in my blog for future bloggers. You can expect a mix of truth and tips!

Download my 1-3 step guide and subscribe to my blogging tip newsletter below.

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