Guest Post Questions

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1) What do you normally get up to on an average day? (Give us a brief description about yourself)

2) How do you feel about motherhood – what are your struggles and joys?

3) Tell us about your kid(s)

4). How did you start blogging?

5) Share with us a valuable blogging tip you’ve learnt. (or more)

6) If you make money from your blog, give us a breakdown on how you do it. Give us some of your methods on how to get started on this, or any tips or advice.

 

 

3 thoughts on “Guest Post Questions

  1. Olerato says:

    1) What do you normally get up to on an average day? (Give us a brief description about yourself)
    I am a working mom so for me my typical day normally is spent in a boardroom and going back and forth to meetings. This is what I call my 9 – 5 job. Then of course when that is over, I start my 6 pm – pm job which includes playing tea time with my daughter, cooking up for my partner and just 10making sure that our house doesn’t fall apart :).

    2) How do you feel about motherhood – what are your struggles and joys?
    I’ve been on this incredible motherhood journey for 3 years. To be honest it has been an emotional and yet exciting roller coaster ride. I enjoy motherhood more than I though I would but every once in a while i’d really appreciate a break. Unfortunately for me, there’s no village helping me raise my daughter. My Mom lives a whole province apart from us and it’s not as easy to just ask her to baby sit while a recharge. But with this being said, I wouldn’t change a thing about my motherhood journey thus far. All those little hugs, kisses, whining, and screams make it all worth it.

    3) Tell us about your kid(s)
    My little girl is 3 years old but very convinced that she’s actually older. I swear every picture of herself she sees, she calls it *Baby Kamo*. She’s got a very strong personality which and she’s also very stubborn. She enjoys baking, getting her hair done and dolled up, and loves reading book. She’s a total girly girl and Barbie’s biggest fan.

    4). How did you start blogging?
    Blogging has always been a parked idea in my head. I’m a person that enjoys writing about random things, and just generally writing things and my feelings down. Back in 2008 I started blogging but ended up quitting because I had no direction. i had no idea what I was doing and I just wasn’t motivated. But when little Kamo was born 2013 August, I had 4 months of maternity leave, a very sleepy newborn and way too much time on my hands and so I started coming up with a plan to start blogging. I didn’t physically start until 2015 but once i started, I didn’t look back.

    5) Share with us a valuable blogging tip you’ve learnt. (or more)
    Write down as many blog post ideas as possible. I find this to be very helpful for me especially during those days where it’s very difficult to find inspiration and there’s not a lot going on to blog about.

    6) If you make money from your blog, give us a breakdown on how you do it. Give us some of your methods on how to get started on this, or any tips or advice.
    I haven’t made money from my blog just yet so unfortunately I do not have any tips on this. But I am definitely will be on the lookout for the tips from other bloggers.

  2. Adrienne Bogatie says:

    I have 3 jobs! I work for an orthopedic surgeon, I am blogging and building my own business in meal planning and I have 4 teenagers.
    2) Motherhood for me is a struggle, I am not mother material, I didn’t really play with the kids, I don’t really like hugs and kisses or dirty hands. I am quite a carefree mom, I am happy for the kids to play in the mud, and climb the jungle, eat the dogs food, and as babies, I really didn’t follow much of the advice in the books.
    3) I have 4 amazing kids, My son is 20 this year, he is an IVF baby and the least difficult child, every mom should be blessed with a child like him.
    My oldest daughter is 17 and an extremely talented make up artist and an amazing artist. She is a kind and caring person.
    My middle daughter is 14, she is a miracle as we were told to terminate the pregnancy early on, she had hydrocephalus. She had a shunt inserted at 3 weeks and has never had a problem with in, in fact it has broken off and is lying dormant in her abdomen, where it will stay unless it begins to cause problems.
    My youngest daughter is 12, the sweetest little girl, all her siblings adore her. She is helpful around the house and is an animal lover, despite being bitten on the face when she was 5.
    5) Your blog evolves as you do, you may set out with one goal in mind and find that you have ended up with something very different.
    6) It is not my actual blog that makes money, but the workshops that have come from it. I mostly blog on meal and menu planning and now give workshops on this topic.

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