Recently, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Vicki Bates from the Social Media Club about my experiences as a mom blogger.
The article opens with the astonishing fact that there are 3.9 million mothers who blog in the United States alone. Incidentally, after doing just a bit of math, I calculated that 3.9 million reflects nearly the exact number of minutes that I've been a mother, being that I came on the job seven-and-a-half years ago.
But to look at this figure in another way, if we considered each individual American mom blogger as an equal unit of time (one minute flat), my story would represent just 60 seconds out of a seven-and-a-half year narrative of motherhood blogging.
At this point, you might be scratching head and thinking, It's good you don't teach math. I'd agree.
Still, given the myriad of voices who represent the mom blog genre, I feel honored to have been asked to share my perspective.
Let me voice my thanks to Vicki Bates and the Social Media Club for the opportunity, and please feel free to read the full interview here.