I thought it was Easy!
Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken.— Oscar Wilde.
I am a single mother of five children, with a bachelor in Applied Behavioral Science. My goal has always been to become a Psychologist, and even though I am 10 classes away from that, I decided to take a break and do something else I have a passion for, writing.
So, here I am starting a blog and never in a million years would I have thought it would be so complicated to sit and write down things that interest me, or even the situations in life I feel I have all the answers for, hilarious right.
Never fear, I did what we all do when journeying into something foreign to us, I Googled it. There is some excellent information on the web about blogging. However, two people that grasped my attention the greatest are Jessica Knapp and Michael Pozdnev. So much information was provided, and through their guidance, I am here on the journey of reaching an even greater spectrum of the world than I would if I was a psychologist.
The first article I read BloggingBasics101.com was straightforward and user-friendly for me as a beginner. Jessica even explained the many different websites you can explore for a startup. The second article, after only skimming through others I looked up, was How to Write Your First Blog Post (16,000- word Guide + Expert Tips). It blew my mind how much information was put into the article, so I bookmarked both pieces as I journey off.
Topics of discussion will be on a variety of things, and of course, they reach all age groups because what better way to stay connected if we are all on different pages. But, what better guidance than that of your loyal followers right.
I look forward to your feedback.