Blogging can launch the work you love: The Blissful Blogging Workshop


Two years ago, I held my first workshop in Kuppa Roastery. It was called "Write On, Mom," and it brought together 10 or so mommy bloggers for a writing workshop. My goal then was to teach some creative writing techniques to bloggers who wanted to tell better stories through their blog posts. Since then, I've had nine more workshops on blogging. I even got ... Continue Reading

Grace’s Bliss: The Launch of Grace Home


It's always great to see someone following their bliss, isn't it? Especially when that someone has always known what she wants and has gone for her dreams, without forgetting who she truly is and where she began. Today, the blissmaker I'm talking about is Grace Barbers-Baja, a.k.a, The Spoiled Mummy. She was one of my very first blog consulting clients, and ... Continue Reading

More a “live-er”, less a blogger

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Those of you who have attended my blogging workshops will know that I'm not obsessed with blogging "rules". If you look through my blog throughout the years, you'll find that I've tried everything from list posts, how-to's, tutorials and reviews, event posts, etc. I've written some pretty decent articles outside of my blog for other blogs, too, like ... Continue Reading

The receiving end

My messy desk. Piles of blogger stuff, products, files everywhere!

I'll be straight with you: I receive lots of products as a blogger. I'd say 90 percent of what I receive are things that people want me to try out: "Oh, we have a nice so-and-so that we feel would be perfect for this-and-that. Care for us to send it to you, pretty please?" The remaining percentage are from brands and businesses that I've partnered with in ... Continue Reading

How Blogging Changed The Woman In Me


 By Louise Fandino of Mommy Practicality I have already been fond of writing my thoughts and feelings long before The Backstreet Boys became popular.  Maybe it stemmed from having no sister to tell me daily adventures as a child.  Maybe when I was starting to have a crush I cannot contain my shiver-to-my-spine and butterfly-in-my-stomach feelings that I had ... Continue Reading