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How The Hell Do You Become A Blogger?


his is a question that bloggers get asked all the time. The thing with blogging success is that it looks totally accidental and luck based, when in actual fact it rarely is. When I started blogging back in 2007 I didn’t have a freaking clue what I was doing which incidentally has made me a fairly decent blogger. If there’s a thing you can do wrong on the internet, I’ve done it. Consider me your Internet Crash Test Dummy. I’ve made all the mistakes so you don’t have to!

After running a super successful (and bloody good fun!) Blogonomics workshop in Canberra last year at The Maker’s Hub (pictured above – adorbs right?) I grabbed my mate Christina from Hair Romance and asked her if she’d like to be my blogging wife and run some workshops together and she said yes so we started Little Blog Big and it’s been out of control amazing so far.

We’ve now run workshops in Melbourne in March 2015…

and October 2015…

Sydney in April…

and Adelaide in June…

And we’ve got three workshops coming up in November 2015 –

Saturday 7th November in Brisbane with our special guest presenter Nikki Parkinson-Hubbard from Styling You

Saturday 14th November in Canberra at WOTSO Workspace

Saturday 28th November in Sydney at WOTSO Workspace 

If you’re frustrated by your blogging or small business journey, we can totally empathise. Feeling burned out. Disillusioned. Wondering how the hell other bloggers and business owners have the time to do all the stuff they do.

Wanting to find your own road map.

We have GPS, darlings… hitch a ride with us! This workshop is a must-attend for any blogger, small business owner or solo creative who finds the internet and social media a bit scary. We can totally get you on the right track. Promise. Book now – you never have to apologise for investing in yourself and your business.

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Are you a blogger or small business owner? Leave a link to your blog in the comments – I’d love to pop over and say hello!


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