Hello, there! It’s a new month, a turning of seasons — and a new look for the blog as well. 

It’s been a little over two years that I began blogging and working from home. Both aspects provided a good theme for my blog, as well as provided a direction for its look and design. I started writing about tips and tricks I’d learned in the two years I’ve been a work at home mom. Because of the blog, I met many women both online and offline, who have been blessed (somehow!) by the posts that have been published here. I was afforded with many opportunities to write for other people, other blogs, and even PR firms and businesses, because of this platform. And as with life, I also had my share of mistakes and booboos in blogging, too. Nevertheless, it’s been a good year.

As I begin a new editorial year, I will still be writing about working from home and being a WAHM. That’s my life, and it’s been a good life. It’s not without its troubles and problems, mind you. But blogging has also helped me get through it all, and that’s why I’m revamping, with a new look and new theme.

And so, this July I present to you, “Dainty Mom: A Mom’s Bliss, Blogged.” For me, “a mom’s bliss” means one key thing: That everything on this blog is about how I make a life that works for me.

I will continue to blog about…

  • my life’s ups and downs as a wife and mom (Please don’t let the pretty layout of the blog make you think I’m little Ms. Perfect — I am the queen of foibles, trust me!)
  • the things I like, find interest in, or am curious about;
  • the different aspects of my life that make up “me,” whether it’s about working (from home, in my case), indulging in “me” time, making a home, loving my husband and son.

It’s a blog about everything that matters to me. After all, blogging is and should be a place where you enjoy being you. There’s no right way to blog. There’s no correct way to be a work at home mom, working mom, or what-have-you kind of mom. But that’s why blogging is so wonderful because you are the only version of you out there. Whether you make your blog your playground, your platform, even your business, remember to blog because it makes you happy!

What’s your bliss? Tell me about it!