To Write or Not to Write? – Topic Selections

In our Blogger Life II Series, I have covered topics such as collaborations tips, building a blogging tribe, and selecting social media platforms. Now it is time for the final topic in the series: topic selections.  Selecting the right topic is a major part of the writing process for any …

Socially Connected- Choosing the Right Social Media Platforms

Image Credit: Pixabay Social Media is pretty much everywhere you look these days. It’s hard to keep track of all the latest platforms.  We use it for many different reasons from reconnecting with loved ones, meeting new people, to promoting our businesses or jobs.  While some still do not see …

It Takes a Village-Benefits of Building a Blogging Tribe

Let’s be honest the blogging world can be a bit overwhelming whether you are a newbie or more seasoned blogger.  In my own blogging experience, I have found it extremely helpful to have a blogging tribe. You know a group of fellow bloggers. you can turn to when you need …

Make an Entrance- Tips for Attending a Fashion Event

Image Credit: Red Carpet Fashion             You are invited to attend your first major fashion event. First, congratulations, Next, your mind is filled with a million things to do. What should I wear? Do I take a notebook? Should I use a camera or cell phone for pictures?  Take a …

Blogging on a Budget – Budget-friendly tips for your blog

Image Credit: ClipArtPanda & Canva After the response to Humble Beginnings: A guide for new bloggers & Lock and Key: Protecting your work and brand online we are back with the third installment in our “The Blogger Life” series.  This time around it’s all about maintaining your blog on a …

Lock and Key: Protecting Your Work and Brand Online

Image credit: SweetClipArt andCanva Last year, I shared advice for bloggers who are new to the blogging world from my fellow bloggers. This time around, I want to discuss protecting your brand. You have built your blog and brand, but is your work protected.  If you haven’t thought about it …