In Kid Blogger Network we run a monthly project for pairing up to be blogging buddies for a month.
I have previously worked with Helen on various projects and blog hops she hosted and I always enjoyed cooperating with her. Her creativity is amazing and I always enjoy her posts, photography and the way her blogs are designed in general.
The month of February and the beginning od March were a little strange and busy: Chinese New Year holidays, all three kids getting sick after being back to school… Needless to say, this, plus some Internet connection problems, kept me away from being actively involved into 2 blogging buddy projects.
However, today I am very happy to share with you some information about Helen and introduce some of her best posts to you!
Helene and I sort of interviewed each other and here are the questions and answers that will give you a little insight her personality! Don’t forget to read her About page to learn more about who she is and how she came about blogging!
Varya: What moved you to start your blog?
Helen: Encouragement from another blogger and I wanted to record and share everything I was doing at home with my young daughter aka Peakles. After about a year I started to realise I wanted to blog about other things that were not within the Peakle Pie niche – hence I started Witty Hoots.
V: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
H: Hopefully still blogging! I want to write fiction books, some e-books and an online baby signing course.
V: Do you ever regret starting a blog?
H: No! I wish I had begun blogging years ago! I have met or worked with some fabulous people and made some good friends too. I have gained some great skills and I am constantly trying to improve my writing, photography and social media skills.
V: What would you be doing professionally if you were not blogging?
H: I’m not too sure, probably running my own business or writing a book!
V: What advice would you give to someone who was wanting to start a blog?
H: To write from the heart and to find their own unique voice, don’t try to copy what everyone else is doing and to join a blogging community that they can trust.
These are some of Helen’s best posts and projects: