Intentional Blogging 4: The Story of Fully Housewifed

So I’m back to my Intentional Blogging exercises. I stopped blogging after my finance blog series because I was bidding goodbye to a client and was completing my last set of tasks whilst packing our belongings for our move. For this one, I’m supposed to tell the story of how Fully Housewifed came about. I guess I haven’t really considered telling that story because I was worried it might bore my readers to death. But that’s the challenge in this one, actually — How to make your story capture the interest of your readers. The beginnings of the Housewife They […]

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Intentional Blogging #2: Finding Blog Focus for Fully Housewifed

Joining Jeff Goins’ Intentional Blogging Challenge was indeed a challenge. Narrowing your blog focus so that you can build on a more “focused” audience is difficult because sometimes, you just want to be able to talk about anything you want to talk about. I quit the first time but rejoined this year. I wasn’t ready about a lot of things when I joined last year, but I strongly feel that something needs to change in my blog. Jeff Goins is right. I need to shed off some things so that my blog has more focus. I went over this challenge’s […]

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Intentional Blogging #1: Why do I blog?

Why do I blog? I’m afraid to answer that question sometimes because I’m afraid of being┬álabeled a sell-out. Around here I hear a lot of talks about how a blog should be, and I understand, I really do. Why wouldn’t I? I started out with the same motivation and intention. But life moves, and my blog automatically moves along with me. When I started blogging, all I wanted was to talk about my son and my life with him. I was a stay-at-home mom and my life was basically made up of taking care of him, the laundry, dinners with […]

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