Suzie - thanks so much for your comment on my post. I am so sorry that I'm technologically-challenged and managed to inadvertently delete it. Here's the message I wanted to send to you as a response:
"Thanks so much, Suzie. And, I can totally relate to your comment. You're absolutely on point. I think many newbie bloggers start their blogs with the hope that their numbers will grow quickly. And, a lot of the focus may be on just that --growing the numbers. But, I've learned over the course of the last 2 1/2 years that the numbers (or "vanity metrics", as the gurus call it) are not the most important measurement of someone's success in blogging. Success is really measured by the type of relatability with your audience and lasting connections you make that speaks volumes. And, there are no numbers that can come close to touching the worth of providing value to someone else through your content and having that someone show their appreciation by actively engaging with you and your content. I tend to believe that new bloggers (and seasoned bloggers alike) should keep putting out great content and eventually that individual's tribe will find him or her -- it may just take a little time for them to do so. And, having others desire to learn from what you share is such a blessing. Thanks again for your thoughtful comment, Suzie."
Hey Suzie! I spent a little time looking through your blog, and I must say, I really enjoyed what I saw! You give some awesome tips for moms, and women in general, and I LOVE your natural approach to weight loss and fitness <3