31 Days to Build a Better Blog Challenge-Day 1

In an effort to improve my blogging skills, I have signed up for the 31 Days to Build a Better Blog challenge through The SITS Girls, their Community at The Blog Frog, and ProBlogger. Day 1′s task is to create an Elevator Pitch. This is to help me focus on what my blog is about and be able to articulate that to a (hopefully) growing readership.

I’m a new blogger, only doing this for a few months. It started as a creative outlet for me and a way for family and friends to know what’s going on. It was also a blog about reading, language and literacy. I found that I was all over the place. So, I created two blogs. So far, this blog has taken precedence. I guess I wanted to develop one blog before tackling another. I heard about this challenge on Twitter and thought that it was just what I needed to improve my blog, grow readership and develop better blogging habits. Away we go!

Tag Line: A blog about mommyhood, childhood, and my ‘hood

Short Elevator Pitch: This blog is one mom’s take on motherhood, her kids’ childhood, and her suburban ‘hood.

Long Elevator Pitch: Sometimes humorous, sometimes serious, Late Mommy’s Blog is one late-in-life and punctuality-challenged mom’s take on motherhood, childhood and her suburban ‘hood. By sharing the good, the bad and the ugly parts of being moms, navigation through this crazy thing called motherhood might just be a little easier!

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