So many mom bloggers are in different phases of blogging. Some are brand-new to blogging and consider it a hobby. Other moms have been blogging for years and now consider it a hybrid between a hobby and a job. And some mom bloggers approach their blogs strictly from a business point of view.
What is blogging for you? A job, a hobby, or a combination of both?
Blogging for me is actually both a job and a hobby. But I don't feel like it's a job since I don't just see it as a way to earn money. I love to write, and I love to blog. I love meeting new friends in this blogosphere. If I make money from my blog, that's fine. If I don't it's fine too. My main source of income online isn't my blog but from writing articles.
My weight loss/fitness/health blog is my business BUT honestly blogging for me is a labor of love because I want to help others in their weight loss journey by putting myself out there and sharing my personal story. It's definitely worth it so I keep going. I have only been blogging here for almost 2 years but I have had other websites in the past (still do). Getting ready to start another blog for our personal site so hopefully I can keep up with all of it.
Blogging is a hobby for me, simply to share my thoughts and crafty creations with others. I am a stay at home mom to a busy little girl who keeps me on my toes. When I sit in front of my computer and post or check out another mommy blog I feel like Im in my own little happy world. ha. btw my blog is http://craftychicmommy.blogspot.com/ I would love it if you share your blogs as well.
I am a journalist and blogging on my Mommy blog allows me to write from my own life experiences rather covering the foibles and news of others. I have a blog for my business and would love to know how to make money from it. I need followers for both...the numbers on both blogs are pretty dismal
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