Interview with Dr. Dolly from “Traveling with Baby”
“Traveling with Baby”
I think a better question would be, “How do you keep from blogging?” because that’s truly what I struggle with. As I’m going through something memorable or fantastic event, I cannot help but think of the appropriate post verbage, title, and accompanying photos that would be so fantastic to document. Rather, I should sometimes just sit back and enjoy the moment. I love to blog. It’s better than a diary, although not quite as juicy for the readers. Writing has always been my way of organizing and working through difficult times, wonderful times, and keeping track of things I find important and memorable.
I began my first blog, Chiropractic Perspectives, in 2004 to chronicle events in my life as I went through chiropractic college.
pregnancy, parenting with my son, nutrition, baby and mommy health articles, freebies, and product reviews
Read other blogs, articles, books . . . anything and everything that interests you. Reading makes you a better writer. Also, realize that although you may want to blog about what interests you, someone, somewhere is reading that post. So, just keep in mind you do have a reader, and write to engage your reader.
Yes. The interactive aspect of blogging is what makes it so fun and interesting. And, it helps me become a better blogger.
Yes. That’s how my blog was originally launched, and I intended family and friends to be my initial readership. Yet, my readership exploded and I started receiving all sorts of e-mails with questions and comments which encouraged me to further develop my blog for those readers.
I blog at home, and only when Calvin’s napping or in bed for the night.
1 to 4+ hours per day , 4 to 6 days per week
God-given blessings and circumstances. Life lessons. Good food. Good books. My husband and my son. Friends. Beautiful music and beautiful paintings.
A work in progress is my doctor site: http://www.scoliosisdoc.com
My grad school blog, Chiropractic Perspectives