I have a confession to make. I literally stumbled upon the world of blogging. I had never given it even a thought until one day someone mentioned that I should blog. I am sure it’s because they adored my sense of humor and witty antics that they felt it should be shared with the world. **pats self on head**
I had never read blogs…except for maybe the occasional ones that were posted in my Facebook feed. But other then that had never even subscribed to a single blog. Had really no idea that there was an entire blogging universe that was just waiting for me to discover it.
My blogging days started in October of 2014. I literally sat down one day…did a couple google searches about “starting a blog” and 5 minutes later I had a name and an account on WordPress. I even bought my domain name before I even published my first blog. I have been known to be impulsive. This also means that I had no clue as to what I was actually doing.
So there I was just tinkering away with my blog. Made quite a few blog posts, posted some photography, took a blogging 101 university class(which I learned a lot from), and was basically just doing everything by trial and error…with lots of errors. Then December rolled around and between getting ready for the holidays and my January/February “funk” I really didn’t do much with my blog. And the stats reminded me of that.
Then sometime in late February I decided it was time to rekindle my love affair with my blog.
Owing to the fact that I started my blog without a clue to what I was doing I did not make most of my social media accounts using Domesticated Momster. So last night I made an email account and a new twitter account using my blog name. I also made a new Pinterest and linked my blog Facebook page onto my home page. So if any of you have been following me on any of those social networks please follow my new ones.
Blogging is very time consuming. I am learning something new what seems like daily. Luckily I love to learn new stuff and thrive on making blogging fun and not a dreaded convention. The extraordinary people and charming blogs that I stumble upon along the way are delightedly just a bonus.