Do you love blogging half as much as I do?
Having kept a blog since 2006, I’ve found it killed many Mama Bliss birds with one “Publish Now” stone.
It’s served as a baby journal because Sweet Baby Jesus knows that I could never actually keep an actual, hard copy one (as crafty as I am I never got into scrap booking).
It’s documented the journey of our move to the big city to the little country town and our homesteading attempt – the strawbale house, cows, chickens, wiener dog and all.
Writing in my blog at least once a week (for a few years there, it was more like a few times a week) helped me find clarity in what I deemed the front and center of my growing mama heart; my merging and morphing passions.
As the fears and challenges of mothering cropped up, blogging helped to bring tools and re-frames to my awareness that helped me not only push through these struggles, but thrive because of them. And blogging allowed me to share my experiences so I could help another mama in my tribe try the same strategies and see if they might serve her.
And I made so many connections with like-minded moms out there; those who get what it’s like to be a sensitive, creative soul who is adjusting to her heart crawling or walking around out there in the vast world.
We were all learning to let go, learning to choose love over fear.
It’s hard to give blogging up! And there’s never any need to really. But what’s especially awesome is the deep blessing that I’ve found a way to incorporate this great passion of mine into a way to earn an income from home, continue serving from my most highest self, and continue extending past my comfort level.
Craig climbs mountains. I blog for biz. Hear me roar!
Want to do the same? I can help with that. Fo’ sure.
First, be sure to join me for my free ecourse, Money Bliss, where I share my story how I turned this little mama blog into a little mama biz and offer some ideas on how you can get started doing the same.
Check in to see if you got them WAHM (Work At Home Mom) rebel tendencies. Here are some signs this might be the path for you:
Don’t get overwhelmed by the big picture. Take it one year at a time:
Share your blog-to-biz dream with your partner by *gasp* talking to them! Here are some tips:
And the share the love with a follow-up to that conversation:
Working one-on-one with your readers is the most organic, swiftest way to begin earning an income from your blogging ways. Check out how becoming a coach is just as natural as giving birth: