This month I started a special programme for starting mum bloggers. Mum bloggers have become an increasingly popular group over the past few years. In fact, I’ve been working with them more and more often, too. And I started to wonder: what does attract mums to blogging and social media? In a nutshell, there are a few reasons to it. I asked a few of them what those reasons are and here’s what they said.
I have been working from home since I started writing for an online magazine when I was 16. Since then, home office is basically all I’ve ever known. I occasionally work from coworking centres and more often from coffee shops, but it’s still the same. There’s no boss who will make you work on time. As a personal […]
Have you ever listened closely to what you say to others and to yourself? The words that you use may be more important than you think in achieving your goals or even just living a day-to-day life. If you’re one of those who want to have results but they seem to be slipping away from you, then pay attention. Here are the five words you must remove from your dictionary if you want to have results.
I’ve been interviewed a couple of times for online magazines, students writing their thesis and entrepreneurs starting new projects. They keep asking me the same question – why is it so attractive for people to be a blogger? Why should I care to be one? Should I try to become one too? It looks like bloggers get to live a cool, fun and happy life. But is that really true?