August 12, 2021


by: admin


Tags: Blogging, helped


Categories: Parenting

How running a blog helped me change into the most effective of myself.

8th in the series of “Know your author” by BlogChatter. This half marathon made it possible for me to bring this series to my readers. As a blogger, I write about various topics, but not about myself. Read on for how blogging helps me become the best version of myself.

Do you know your author series:

  1. Blogging is the reason I chose blogging.
  2. Why Momlifeandlifestyle as my domain name.
  3. How I manage kids and blogging.
  4. Topics that I cover in my blog Momlifeandlifestyle.
  5. Why I write more about single parents / single parents.
  6. My first e-book, Maternity Talks
  7. How do other parent bloggers affect me?

Yes, absolutely, blogging has helped me develop! From the beginning. Since I mainly write about parenting and children, I have a deep understanding of what parenting is all about. Even if I’m low at times, other blog posts encourage me to do a reality check.

One thing that strikes me hard is when I was doing research to write about tantrums and I read a lot of information from other parent bloggers about how they deal with it. And I have to say, some of these tricks worked for me.

How blogging helped me become the best of meHow blogging helped me become the best of me

Research on parenting, motherhood, toddlers, and mental health influenced me. Blogging has made me a better known person for what I plan to do with parenting. While blogging, I thought I’d be patient as I researched and yes, it takes a lot of time.

It showed me the reality of parenting and it’s the same for everyone and it’s just that each of us has our journey ahead of us. Postpartum anxiety has been a problem for me, few mental health blogs have helped me pave my way back.

Blogging is my “time out” from children and other domestic chores. It’s a time I’ve invested in myself. Blogging is my time to be me! That made my thinking clearer, made me happier, made me a better version of myself.

Sadvika Kylash

This blog post is part of BlogChatterHalfMarathon.

Also check out my first eBook, Motherhood speaks.

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