The first time I found out about Blogchatter A2Z Blogging Challenge was last year in March through Facebook. Shocking, right? But before that, I wasn’t much of a social media person. I had a FB account and a twitter account, which I never actually used.
But you can’t be a blogger without being active on social media, right? Duh! I wish I had realized it before. Although after that big realization, I rectified my mistake, and now I have a Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and a Twitter account.
Better late than never!
So, as I was saying, I got to know about A2Z through social media last year. But I thought, how can I come up with 26 posts to write in 26 days! That’s a big challenge. How am I going to find time with a 2.7-year-old trailing me all day? It was a good excuse. But, it was an excuse to not push me.
This year, nothing has changed much, I have a hyperactive 3.7 years old toddler who is going to be home all-day because of the school holidays in April. But if other Moms can do it, why couldn’t I try at least? That’s why I decided to participate in the Blogchatter A2Z challenge this year and push me out of my comfort zone.
I started my blogging journey after I became a mother. Motherhood gave me the inspiration to finally follow my heart and start blogging. Since my blog is all about mommies, my theme for BlogChatter A2Z 2020, is:
“A to Z of Surviving the first year of Motherhood”
Why this theme?
When a woman becomes a Mom, her whole life changes, she goes through so much in that first year, and though that time is as precious as it could be, it is also a roller coaster ride of hormonal up and downs, postpartum, insomnia, countless diapers changes, vaccinations, and so much more. It’s hard and overwhelming.
I hope by sharing my experiences, some funny and some emotional stories, and a whole lot of helpful tips, I would be able to help make that journey a little easier for moms and moms-to-be.
I am so excited to be part of Blogchatter A2Z. I hope to meet some new friends on this journey.
Stay tuned for some awesome mommying tips.
Happy Blogging People!