How blogging helped me become the best of myself.
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How blogging helped me become the best of myself.

8th in the series of “Know your author” hosted by BlogChatter. This HalfMarathon has allowed me to get this series in Infront of my readers. As a blogger, I write on various topics but not on myself. Continue reading, how blogging helps me become the best version of myself.

Know your Author series:

  1. Blogging it is, why I chose blogging.
  2. Why Momlifeandlifestyle as my domain name.
  3. How I manage Kids and Blogging.
  4. Topics I cover on my blog, Momlifeandlifestyle.
  5. Why I write more about single mothers/single parents.
  6. My first eBook, Motherhood Talks
  7. How do other parent bloggers influence me.

Yes absolutely, blogging had helped me evolve! Right from the start. As I write mostly about parenting and kids, I have understood deeply what parenting is all about. Even if I am low sometimes, other blog posts are a boost up for me to have a reality check.

One thing that strikes me hard is when I was researching to write about tantrums and I have gone through a lot of information by other parent bloggers on how they deal with it. And I must say some of those tricks worked for me.

How blogging helped me become the best of myself.
How blogging helped me become the best of myself.

Researching about parenting, motherhood, toddlers, and mental health these have affected me. Blogging made me a better-known person of what I am in for with parenting. Blogging thought me patience while I research 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 one of us has our journey to do. Post-delivery anxiety was an issue for me few of the mental health blogs have helped me pave my way back.

Blogging is my “time off” of kids and other homely chores. It is a time that I have invested in myself. Blogging is my time to be me! This had made my thinking clearer, made me happier, made me a better version of myself.

Sadvika Kylash

This blog post is a part of BlogChatterHalfMarathon.

Also do check out my first eBook, Motherhood talks.

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A Blogging enthusiastic person. A mom of two girls. Love to journal my journey of Motherhood, Parenting and Lifestyle.

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