It’s been a few weeks since I moved the Blogstar blog from wordpress.com to wordpress.org and I am so pleased I did. It wasn’t hard, I migrated it over myself after the fancy people from Leap Design gave it a new coat of paint, and I am now set to make it as big or [...]
I have fallen in love with these letter lights from Collier West in Brooklyn. I always thought a candle was enough to cast a pretty glow across the keyboard but this is so much brighter! Wouldn’t you love to see your blog’s name up in lights?
My Life As A Blog Guest Post By … Blogger: Natalie Holbrook Blog: Nat The Fat Rat Twitter: @natthefatrat My life as a blogger began in Brooklyn one warm September afternoon, after I had narrowly (and quite bravely, it must be said) survived a very ridiculous shopping trip to the Brooklyn Target. I [...]
My Life As A Blog Guest Post By … Blogger: Mara Kofoed Blog: A Blog About Love Twitter: @ablogaboutlove I’m on a mission, and I couldn’t be happier about it. I always wanted to tap into my life’s “mission”. I always envied people who knew what they wanted to do and gave their [...]
My Life As A Blog Guest Post By … Blogger: Stacy Morrison Blog: Filling In The Blanks Twitter: @bklynstacy Silence. That was the most powerful moment in my blogging life, by far. I started blogging in 2006 as part of my work running Redbook magazine and its website. I instantly loved the conversations I [...]
Here’s the thing about books. They don’t really sell themselves. People do. So rather than rely only on the author to get out and about spruiking his or her book (and not all authors are actually good at this bit) a little support from fans online can make a lot of people happy, including [...]
My Life As A Blog Guest Post By . . . Blogger: Jordan Ferney Blog: ohhappyday.com Twitter: @jordanferney When I tell people I’m a professional blogger I still cringe a little. Not just because of their puzzled reaction but also it sounds so ridiculous. You don’t need a degree to be [...]
My Life As A Blog Guest Post By . . . Blogger: Sharon Beesley Blog: NYC Taught Me Twitter: @sharonbeesley I will always remember that cafe in Paris. The tables were small. I was facing the wall, and my friend Jordan Ferney sat across from me with views of the restaurant. [...]