As I said up there ^ I made my blog to keep me busy while looking for a job and I'm glad I made one because it's made a huge difference. I have written about a lot of things from beauty, life and Fragile X which has been a big hit on my blog I'm glad I've shared my experiences, as I'd never thought about doing so.
I don't make money from my blog 1. I don't know how and 2. it would be to complicated as I'm on universal credit so I'm not sure how that would work and 3. It's still really just a hobby and I don't think I'd want to do it as a job right now. I'm pretty happy with my blog as I have managed to make improvements such as I recently added a navigation bar took me so long to figure that out! I've also added my social media platforms which I'm glad about.
I sometimes wish I had more followers but I try not to let it get to me and try not to think its about numbers but it is hard. I don't get a lot of comments either which also makes me wonder why I have a blog. I am trying to tell myself numbers aren't important as I enjoy writing about things regardless of how many followers I get.
I get my inspiration from other bloggers such as Brogan Tate, Grace Victory (my current faves) I always feel more motivated to get things done and be successful in life which I am aiming for. I do think that maybe one day I'd like to grow my blog and possibly earn money from it but for now I think it's alright how it is.
Since blogging I've started writing about more important subjects such as periods and relationships as these rarely get talked about. It's good to share my experiences and I hope that others relate too.
Writing about Fragile X has helped so many people as they can relate and I really like that I'm not alone.
I try to share my posts as and when I can, I made a Facebook page for it and at first I thought I'd delete it because I thought it was pointless. But I've kept it and so far it has 66 likes you can like it here www.facebook.com/sarahbobsblog
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