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6:00 a.m. comes really early around here. My day begins with coffee and then my feet hit the ground running until I fall into bed at night around 11:00 p.m. Because of being so busy with blogging, taking care of the house, and homeschooling our daughter, I simply don’t have time to stop and make a healthy breakfast.
Okay ladies — I am totally preaching to the choir on this one — because I need this post as MUCH as you do. As you know, I work from home as a blogger and writer. Last year, I did that on top of working for someone else online and it really caused me a TON of stress that almost cost me my health. I took some steps to help me balance things out, so I thought I would share with you how to balance your work at home life too.
This morning I woke up to a winter snow storm like no other. We have gotten about 3 inches of sleet with a potential 6-10 inches of snow being dumped on that. In fact — as of right now, it is coming down so hard, I can’t even see the school across the street. It’s days like this that make the perfect day for writing. BUT — my trying to be a perfect blogger messes all that up.
This week, my very first post has been published on the Type-A Parent Blog. I shared 11 places bloggers can make money online. This was super fun to write!
Thank you to Elite Flyers for providing my amazing business cards for the Type A Conference that I attended last week. No other compensation was provided.
I attended my first ever blogging conference last weekend. I am not going to lie — I was scared out of pants. I had no clue what to expect, I only knew a handful of people there, and it was the first time that I had ever really talked to clients and brands face to face. Thankfully, I had some really cool business cards to pass out, because those are really what broke the ice and made the conversation flow easily.
Atlanta was amazing. I’ve driven through there before, but nothing could compare to actually being there. I ate some amazing food, met some new people, found new blogging friends, and had a great time. This however, is what I woke up to every single morning, and it is simply beautiful.
I am SO pumped about this upcoming weekend. I have never been to a blogging conference before, so when a friend asked if anyone wanted to buy her ticket to Type A, I said YES!!! So — Thursday, I am jumping on a plane and heading to Atlanta to join old friends that I have never met before, and to meet new friends and learn all I can about blogging.