Now that it’s been over a week since I’ve written anything, I feel like I have so much to share! But not all right now.
Right now I want to mention a few fun things that might be of interest.
(This is not an affiliate link. By being on the launch team, I was given special sneak peeks into the site.)
I don’t know if you’ve heard about it, but there’s a great new site out there! The amazing Kat from Inspired to Action has a brand new site dedicated to helping bloggers better learn their craft. She has an impressive line-up of interviews with well-known, and not-so-well-known, bloggers who will share their tips, tricks, and stories. Here is what Kat says,
This isn’t a how to blog. This is a story blog. Each interview will tell the stories of bloggers who have had various kinds and degrees of success. This isn’t a blog about “big” bloggers. It’s about bloggers who have something to teach and have made an impact in others’ lives.
We can learn so much from other people’s stories. It’s my sincere hope that each post here at How They Blog will inspire you, teach you and help you grow significantly as a blogger.
She also has a series of “Coffee Talk Classes” coming soon. These will be audio and video classes taught by experienced bloggers with printables and homework, and everything! The first one, coming in May, will be Time Management for Bloggers.
Right now, if you subscribe by email to How They Blog, you can download a free weekly blog planner. Very cool.
(This is not an affiliate link, but I do have one for the main TTD convention over in the sidebar.)
You may have heard about the Teach Them Diligently homeschool conventions, but the Marketplace is something new! Each Marketplace is a smaller, day-and-a-half convention with speakers, curriculum vendors, and workshops. And, Marketplaces are in 9 different cities across the country, so it’s very possible that one is not too far from you.
This is the video that my oldest made (with help from her sister and friend) for 7CoolHomeschoolers this week. It’s just too fun!
Enjoy the rest of your weekend.