In the spirit of inspiring more moms, I'm highlighting a different mompreneur and her story every Monday for the next few months.
These women are hardworking, amazing mommas who are balancing family life and creative business life. They are at varying levels of their blogging business. Some are just getting started. Some have been blogging for years.
Each mom offers a different perspective on what works (and doesn't work) for her when it comes to being a mompreneur.
Take a few minutes to read the mompreneur stories each week and find the inspiration you need to move forward with your own mompreneur journey! Be sure to check out the resources they recommend, take a closer look at their blogs, and signup for their mailing lists to keep in touch!
Interview with Layne, Blogger at Crafting a Beautiful Life
What do you blog about?
Crafting, DIY Lifestyle and Crafting Business.
How long have you been blogging and what made you decide to start a blog?
Two years. I felt like I had something to share with others.
How many children do you have? Ages? What do they think about you being a blogger?
Three kiddos–boy/girl twins who are 3 and a 1.5-year-old boy. I am not sure they even know I blog.
What's your favorite thing about blogging?
Watching the numbers grow, or getting feedback or comments.
What's your least favorite thing about blogging?
Editing–I am typo-prone.
What's your favorite blogging tool that you simply cannot go without and why?
PicMonkey for sure!
What's the best advice you would give to a mom looking to start her own mompreneur business?
Do your research, make a plan, and then go for it!
Just for fun: If you were a beverage, which beverage would you be?
Want to learn more about Layne?
- Visit her blog at Crafting a Beautiful Life
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