When can I call myself a blogger?


I met up with someone recently, who I hadn’t seen for some time. We chatted about our children and caught up. And then we got onto the subject of work. I asked her how hers was going – to which she told me she was still where she was, and that she’d been promoted. I congratulated her. I then proceeded to tell her that I hadn’t returned to work after the birth of my twins.

“But you’re a blogger now aren’t you? I read your blog.” she said.

Awkward silence – and a bit of embarrassment on my part.

Since then, I’ve been thinking about that conversation a lot. Am I really a blogger now? I haven’t considered it as my ‘job’. More of a hobby – with benefits. But should I be introducing myself as a stay-at-home-Mum AND parenting blogger to people that ask what I do for a living nowadays?

I’m not so sure.

I have always felt a bit uncomfortable giving myself that label – of blogger – for I haven’t felt as though I have got there…yet. Not properly earned that title.

But what does it mean to ‘get there’. And who decides? And when will I know? Do you suddenly wake up one morning as a blogger?

When I started out blogging, I had NO IDEA what I was doing. I set up a WordPress.com, free blog with no research at all. Probably as a bit of escapism from my role as Mummy, and definitely to fuel a passion for writing. And once I discovered Twitter, other bloggers, other blogs and this whole, new, online world…I realised that there was far more to it than just publishing your writing. (If you want it, that is).

And so here I am – 14 months later and doing OK. I’d say. For I publish posts. Review products, days out, holidays. Am a brand ambassador. I receive money for sponsored posts. And I have secured a part-time blogging & social media management job as a result of my blog. So surely that qualifies me being able to say I am a blogger?


It’s not like other jobs though. ‘Real’ ones, where you go for a job interview, get the job, receive your contract, start on day one and then you’re an official Accountant, or a Nurse. With blogging it feels a bit different.

A hobby. That I started. That is going well. And becoming something else.

So – when can you call yourself a blogger?

Honestly? Well you’re a blogger the moment you start a blog and publish a post really aren’t you? That’s it right there. Pure and simple. The rest of the role is all down to what you want out of it, and your own personal aims and goals. Because, despite there being thousands and thousands of us, each individual person has their own reason for doing it and their own wants and needs from it.

And as for going pro; being a pro-blogger – well I guess most would say it is when you monetise your blog, i.e. you earn from it. Well again, whatever that figure may be would vary from person to person. There are the people who are delighted to earn a little extra cash here and there, right through to those earning a very decent living from it.

Blogging & me?…

Well I’m going to see where this amazing experience continues to takes me and try not to overthink it all too much. Because as long as I continue to thoroughly enjoy it, get fantastic opportunities and carry on making amazing friends from it, then that’ll do me very nicely, thank you.

Oh, and if anyone does ask me what I do for a living (from now on), then I will be telling them that I am a devoted and happy stay-at-home-Mum as well as a very proud blogger too.

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  1. June 10, 2015 / 9:36 pm

    Oh Jess, I think this is one of my favourite posts. You’re so right though, when can you actually call yourself a blogger? I always say to people… Oh and I write a blog…. I think I should just say … And I’m a blogger…. Yeah, come on, let’s say that from now on, xx
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    • June 10, 2015 / 9:44 pm

      Thanks love. I know, I just haven’t felt right saying that “I am a blogger” openly to people, when indeed we are! Silly really but I know a lot of people feel the same – maybe we should be confident and be very proud of how hard we work!!!!! xx

  2. June 10, 2015 / 10:25 pm

    I actually just wrote about going ‘pro’ soon – I think it’s ok to say that when you begin to monitise your site. For me, I want to be able to be proud of my site so have decided to be brave and just come right out and say – I’m an online writer, or blogger (clearly, I still have issues with the word and term blogger / not sure why?!) great post x

    • June 12, 2015 / 1:09 pm

      I dont blame you – and congratulate you on achieving this. Maybe we just aren’t great at celebrating our own successes? But I am going to believe in my own writing from now on and be proud of what I have achieved. Off to read your post 🙂 xx
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  3. June 10, 2015 / 11:06 pm

    Jess fantastic post, I see you a fantastic talented blogger, but its weird I totally get what you mean as I dot feel I am a blogger yet either. I love it and like you an enjoying some benefits so therefore must be I love your blog it is something to truly be proud of x
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    • June 12, 2015 / 1:16 pm

      Thanks Sarah – you totally ARE a blogger. And amazing one at that. Look what you’ve achieved in such a short space. Love reading your blog, your adventures and all about your family. I’m in awe of you. Jess xx
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    • June 12, 2015 / 1:19 pm

      Oh thanks lovely. Blogging has definitely given me one amazing thing so far – YOU! What an amazing, lovely friend to have made. I’m very, very lucky to know you and your family. xx
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  4. June 11, 2015 / 8:08 am

    I love this post jess! I put something the other day on Instagram about my kids being a bloggers kids now. As soon as I hit ‘share’ I was immediately weirded out! I thought about deleting it because…well I’ve been at it 5 minutes how could I dare call myself a blogger?!?! But I suppose I am…I blog, that makes me a blogger surely?!?! If I worked in a restaurant I’d consider myself a waitress, whether I was 3 hours into my first shift or had been there ten years! So let’s say it loud and proud…but maybe il consider myself a trainee x
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    • June 12, 2015 / 1:24 pm

      I know. It’s something about that term – that a lot of us struggle with. Why?? I am definitely going to acknowledge myself as a real blogger now and be proud of it. You should too! We’re all fab really xx
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  5. Potty Mouthed Mummy
    June 11, 2015 / 9:14 am

    I think trying not to overthink it too much is definitely a great plan. I get terribly embarrassed when people from my day to day life comment about my blog in person, it can be a bit awkward but then usually they are a bit eye rolly and I downplay it. I find having a blog and having a child are both things you can’t really explain to someone else if they don’t have them. Fab post lovely xxx

    • June 12, 2015 / 1:29 pm

      Thanks lovely. I read your post about blogging recently and I really got it. I find the whole area of blogging so odd to explain and discuss sometimes…especially to non-blogging folk! Thanks for the comment, means a lot xx
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  6. June 11, 2015 / 10:47 am

    Love this post Jess, I often think the same. I always say I’m a stay at home mum and never tell people I have a blog, sometimes people look at me like I’m mad when I tell them so I tend to keep it quiet! I guess it is a job however you go about it. You are right too, as soon as you hit publish you are a blogger but it is odd when you start to call yourself that outside the blogging world! Almost like admitting a secret, haha! xxx
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    • June 12, 2015 / 1:35 pm

      It IS odd – and yet I don’t know why? If we were freelance writers we wouldn’t feel the same. Maybe it is something to do with the industry – but I am definitely going to be more confident about saying I am a blogger from now on for all the hard work I have put in! Thanks for the comment lovely xx
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  7. June 11, 2015 / 1:03 pm

    Love this post, just found your blog on Twitter and absolutely love it! I’m so with you on the trying not to overthink things too much (easy said than done!) but so long as you’re enjoying blogging, that’s all that matters 🙂


    • June 12, 2015 / 1:40 pm

      It really is. But you can get swept up in all of the other stuff – it’s hard not to. I do thoroughly enjoy it – way more than I ever thought I would and I cannot put it down. Jess x
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  8. Danika Leigh
    June 11, 2015 / 1:03 pm

    I love this post Jess! I’ve only just started my blog and completely agree, you are a blogger the moment you start. We all have our reasons (wether monetary or hobby) and either way, we’re all bloggers. I love writing, I love photography and I love other blogs… it was a natural progression.

    Amazing blog, Jess, can’t wait to see more posts 🙂

    Danika xx

    • June 12, 2015 / 1:47 pm

      Your comment is spot on. Some people are happy having it as a hobby and some are making it their career. Either way, we are all bloggers! Thanks for the comment x
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  9. June 11, 2015 / 2:05 pm

    I love this post! I used to get a little embarrassed calling myself a Blogger. Some people laugh or give me odd looks and others are really interested in what I do {many are just interested in the free things though, which is a shame!}.
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    • June 12, 2015 / 1:48 pm

      I know – and you should be a very proud blogger too! No idea why so many of us feel like this, but I know I am comfortable with my role now! xx
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  10. June 11, 2015 / 2:59 pm

    If you write, you’re a writer. So if you blog, you’re a blogger! And the great thing about blogging is that you can publish what you write, without waiting for someone else to do it.
    You’ve got a lot further in 14 months than I have and I do sometimes wonder what or why I’m doing this blogging lark. But then someone leaves an encouraging comment and there’s the reward, and the drug, that keeps me coming back to that login screen.
    I’m reading a book at the moment that says we should all just do what we love and see where it takes us. So it looks like you are doing just that. I’d love to have a part time job blogging and doing social media management – sounds like a great way to balance child care, earning money and writing for love. If you have any tips please drop me a line! 🙂

    • June 13, 2015 / 7:41 pm

      Thank you – some great advice. I love the flexibility and freedom blogging gives me, as well as loving the writing! I think you’re doing a great job! You seem like you are to me!! All I’d say is keep posting, keep sharing and keep enjoying it. It shines through so bright xx
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  11. June 11, 2015 / 5:32 pm

    This is such a great post.

    Your blog was one of the first I came across and have followed ever since. You’ve provided me with lots of inspiration and support, so thank you!

    You should stand proud and call yourself a blogger. What you’ve achieved is brilliant and I’m certain that there will be more to come!
    Jem x
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    • June 13, 2015 / 7:44 pm

      Awww thanks lovely. It has been lovely to read your blog and watch it develop and grow. You’re my inspiration too 🙂 Jess x
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  12. June 11, 2015 / 7:16 pm

    Good post – very thought provoking!

    Blogging is a hobby but also gives us all opportunities we wouldn’t always have and it has enabled me freelance work too …

    But I wouldn’t say I was a pro
    Blogger ..,

    • June 13, 2015 / 7:47 pm

      I know – stating you are now a ‘pro-blogger’ is such a subjective area. Some would say there were because they’ve achieved their ambitions, and goals, and others wouldn’t even say they were even close! I am not a pro-blogger either – but loving being a blogger and enjoying this amazing experience so much xx
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  13. June 11, 2015 / 7:58 pm

    Great post! I would kind of like to call myself a blogger but I’m just a hobbyist. I feel so jealous of people who are making a career of it but I already have a career I love and I’m lucky to have that and a hobby like this. I don’t think you should feel shy about calling yourself as a blogger – reading your blog your are a great writer and your blog looks fantastic too. #brilliantblogposts
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    • June 13, 2015 / 7:49 pm

      Thanks very much. I would say keep going and if you want it as a career there is plenty of opportunity out there. I have watched other people ‘make-it’ and they work very, very hard. But the rewards can be amazing!! Go for it and enjoy the journey xx
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  14. June 11, 2015 / 8:31 pm

    Great post. I think there’s definitely a difference between thinking of yourself as a blogger in your own head, and actually telling people about doing it. I’m new to it all, and at the moment it’s a hobby for me which is becoming very addictive, very quickly. I’d love to think that in a year’s time I could call myself a proper blogger – whatever that is!

    • June 13, 2015 / 7:53 pm

      Oh I am sure you will. Your blog is addictive too 🙂 Thanks for the lovely comment and great to have met you through blogging x
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  15. June 11, 2015 / 9:36 pm

    This is definitely an interesting post. Its funny how we get a little weird when speaking to our ‘outside of blogging’ friends. I don’t really speak about my blog to friends, though my best friend commented on a post this morning. I do introduce myself as a blogger at events, but would I do this in the normal world ? Probably not. Very thought provoking Jess xx
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    • June 13, 2015 / 7:56 pm

      I know – I didn’t think so many people would agree with me, or feel the same. Thought it was just me! We’re all bloggers aren’t we? And fab ones too xx
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  16. June 11, 2015 / 10:20 pm

    This post is great Jess! I am so with Hayley though, nobody is my ‘real life’ knows that I am a blogger. I am too embarrassed to even think about it. A new colleague knows because he heard my phone pinging but I told him that I am anonymous so if I told him, I would have to shoot him ha! When do you come out as a blogger ha?! You are definitely a pro blogger though lovely xx
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    • June 13, 2015 / 7:58 pm

      Ha ha – love it. Maybe have a coming out party??! I just told everyone on Facebook and cringed as I watched people reading my blog! But, why hide it?? Be proud, you have one FAB blog lovely lady xxxx
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  17. June 11, 2015 / 10:27 pm

    Of course you are a blogger my love! I know what you mean though. It doesn’t seem like a proper job! I say it now as I am. I have no problem with calling myself a pro blogger as pro footballer wouldn’t have such an issue and neither would we, so why should blogging be any different. Great post hun xx
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    • June 13, 2015 / 8:00 pm

      And a fab pro-blogger you are!! You have achieved so much in such a short space of time. Amazing really. I’m in awe of how hard you work. Thanks for commenting xx
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  18. June 11, 2015 / 11:02 pm

    What a great post! I really enjoyed reading it. I understand what you say even though I’m just a newbie in this blogging world. But sometimes I wonder what will happen if this really kicks off and I become an official blogger, will I tell my friends and family about it? Well If I get where you are I will definitely call myself a blogger and be proud of it. xx
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  19. June 12, 2015 / 1:43 pm

    Very interesting! I guess if companies are contacting you asking you to review their products then they see you as a blogger, so you should too? I still see mine as a hobby but yours is very inspiring to see where it can take you xx

  20. June 12, 2015 / 3:15 pm

    Your a brilliant blogger Jess and should deb proud to say it when people ask me what I do I say i sort of write this thing online about myself and family life and don’t make much sense of it people must think I’m mad haha 😛
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    • June 13, 2015 / 1:10 pm

      Thanks Amy – you too. You’re amazing fitting a blog in around your girls! Thanks for the lovely comment xx

  21. June 13, 2015 / 1:29 pm

    Loved this. Such a good question. People can be really judgey about what you call yourself! I’d love to call myself a writer…. That’s like my “blogger” taboo. Weirdly I think it’s ok to say I’m a blogger but maybe because I don’t expect anyone to think that’s my job. (They all know I have a dull as dishwater job). But I feel if I said I was a writer I’d get shot down in flames for being so arrogant! Ha! However if you get money from your blog then you can definitely say you’re a blogger and that’s your job!

    Another weird thing is seeing Jess written everywhere! I don’t know many other Jess’s! 🙂
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    • June 13, 2015 / 7:25 pm

      Ha ha I know – Jess is one great name!! Thanks for the fab comments and you’re right. Although blogging is like being a writer so I’ll take that too xx

  22. June 13, 2015 / 11:21 pm

    I love this and you know my thoughts, you blog, you’re a blogger and I’m all about becoming/being what you tell the universe/people you are. You are a blogger, a brilliant one at that too. Thanks for linking up x
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  23. Ellie Mulligan
    June 14, 2015 / 6:34 am

    Well I would def say you are a blogger and thats your job! xx

    • June 14, 2015 / 9:08 am

      Well it doesn’t pay all that well ha ha but it’s far more interesting and I love it more than my last job!!!!!! And it’s SO flexile. Total perfection xx

  24. Betty and the Bumps
    June 14, 2015 / 6:41 am

    I’m always MORTIFIED if anybody mentions my blog (like when my husband told the guy in PC World that one of the reasons we use a laptop regularly is for my blog or when I was at a meeting and my colleague said “Maybe you should speak to somebody about it then rather than writing about it on your blog) and I don’t know why I get so embarrassed? Maybe it seems a bit vain? Anyway, I never bring up my blog and I don’t even know if my own Dad knows I have one! But if I were making money from it, that would be a whole different story. Because that would seem like more than a “little hobby” (not my words!). I think anybody who is making money from blogging is surely a blogger but at the same time anybody who writes and shares and connects is a blogger too. But this is definitely an interesting subject! x

    • June 15, 2015 / 8:07 pm

      I know. And so many of us feel the same about it! Weird or what?? Not sure why when we all work so hard and have such talent for it. I’ve definitely felt embarrassed about talking about and changed the subject sometimes! Your blog is AMAZING and nothing to cover up there…it’s fab xx
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  25. June 14, 2015 / 7:33 am

    You are so right. I haven’t referred to myself as a blogger, just that I write a blog. But we are indeed all bloggers! I think I’ve written enough posts over the last year to call myself a blogger. I guess I’m now a mum, event manager and blogger! It’s no wonder I’m busy! #sundaystars
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    • June 14, 2015 / 9:06 am

      I bet you are! You’ve done so well and your blog is fab – like you 🙂 Thanks for the comment xx

  26. June 14, 2015 / 9:08 am

    I’ve been wondering exactly the same thing. I’m just about to leave my job and have set up a small business but in honesty Ill tend to spend more time on my blog so that makes me ablog get, right? There’s no bench Mark for the pro blogger title so as long as you’re making money I guess you’re a pro blogger. #sundaysStars
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  27. June 14, 2015 / 9:25 am

    Yes. Not only don’t I call myself a blogger but I also belittle my blog when I am (reluctantly) talking to people about it. I’m terrible at being shy about my…achievements. Ugh, even typing the word ‘achievements’ there was hard.


  28. Emma's Mamma
    June 14, 2015 / 10:46 am

    Great post! It’s funny how unconventional jobs get belittled. I am an actress and unless I’ve recently starred in a huge film, some people don’t see it as a proper profession but more as a hobby. I imagine it’s the same for blogging. Well done, by the way, on all your achievements! Sounds like you’re doing great! xx #sundaystars

  29. June 14, 2015 / 1:23 pm

    Hadn’t really considered this issue as I’m very new to it! I think you can definitely call yourself a blogger when you are making money from it! #SundayStars
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  30. June 14, 2015 / 1:56 pm

    Such an interesting post – I agree, I think you are a blogger the minute you have your blog up and running, and rolling out content but I guess there are lots of different “levels” of blogger from novice to queen bee but so long as you are fulfilled in what you do that all that really counts 🙂 #SundayStars

  31. June 14, 2015 / 2:53 pm

    I always get weirdly uncomfortable talking to people in person about my blog. Maybe it’s because I’m a guy and it seems stranger to people. Three months in, I’m just now starting to think of myself as a “blogger”
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  32. June 14, 2015 / 8:18 pm

    I loved reading this post and thought ‘yep that’s me too.’ I usually say ‘I’ve been writing for the blog’…as if that explains everything… ‘The Blog’ is the being and I just work for it. It’s so silly because I agree with you – if we publish posts then we’re bloggers. That’s the bottom line isn’t it??

    • June 16, 2015 / 1:57 pm

      Ha ha – love that you refer to it as ‘the blog’ and that you work for it. Which of course it is! But of course we are all bloggers. Can’t believe the amount of people who feel the same about being a little awkward about it all. Jess x
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  33. June 14, 2015 / 9:37 pm

    Love this post Jess.

    I think technically anyone who blogs is a blogger, but it’s a bit different explaining that (and what a blogger is and does to many people outside the community).
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    • June 16, 2015 / 1:52 pm

      Yes you’re right – maybe it is something that feels different when discussing it outside the blogging community? Anyone who blogs is definitely a blogger and should be very proud of it too xx
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  34. Kellie Kearney
    June 15, 2015 / 12:25 pm

    I haven’t monetized my blog but it is the making at the moment. I suppose the jump to becoming a pro-blogger scare me as I struggle already sometimes to keep my blog updated and fresh. Great post Jess1

  35. June 15, 2015 / 4:58 pm

    I love the point that once you write a post and click post that makes you a blogger! I agree. I don’t think I’ll ever be a pro-blogger but I would still say I’m a blogger and hope to be one for a while. It’s fun and the community is fab! xx #sundaystars
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  36. June 15, 2015 / 11:08 pm

    A lovely post, and you’re right. You’re a blogger from the moment you hit publish on that very first post. A lot of the time we can get lost in the ‘why am I doing this?’, and lose sight of what we really wanted to achieve. Stats, ratings, PR opportunities, they’re all lovely but they’re not everything. First and foremost you need a love of blogging. And from reading this post I can tell that’s what you have. I love the ending to this post. I look forward to reading more of your posts. I’ve discovered your blog through the #brilliantblogposts linky. Thanks for sharing. xx

    • June 16, 2015 / 10:39 am

      Thank you so much. You do have to love writing and creating because it is so time costuming – so the love and passion for writing I have always keeps me going and draws me back! Thanks for the lovely comment, x

  37. June 16, 2015 / 9:23 am

    I think you more than qualify to call yourself a blogger. You clearly put lots of time an effort into everything you do so go out and be proud of what you have accomplished #SundayStars
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  38. June 16, 2015 / 9:33 pm

    Great post Jess. I hate labels. I have so many labels that I don’t want them to detract from the fact that I am me. I think I am happier with “I write a blog”.
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  39. June 18, 2015 / 2:19 am

    You’re more than qualified to call yourself a blogger – and a fabulous one at that 🙂 you might not have interviewed for the ‘job’ but by putting out posts, you’re opening yourself up to being interviewed by your readers every day – and they will either come back or not – and of course they will! Mim x #sundaystars

    • June 18, 2015 / 9:43 am

      Oh thanks lovely that is so sweet and thanks for the lovely comment xx

  40. June 23, 2015 / 1:21 pm

    Hello Jess what a great post. Everything
    You discussed with regards to calling yourself a blogger resonates with me soooo much! Like you I never really thought of myself as a blogger as such because it’s my hobby with a few extra perks at the moment. But reading his definitely reaffirms to me well, actually, I am a blogger. So thank you for a great post! And it was absolutely lovely to meet you. Xxx

    • June 23, 2015 / 4:03 pm

      Oh you too! I hope you had a fab time. You are a blogger, and you have a fab blog at that too! Be proud lovely lady xx

  41. July 2, 2015 / 9:51 pm

    I LOVE this post! I think it is one of the best posts you have ever read and it is definitely one that I assosciate with hugely. I am not sure that I can call myself a proper blogger. I feel like I am just bluffing my way through it all. But this post has made me proud of my writing and I am going to call myself a blogger. Hugs Mrs H xxxx
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    • July 3, 2015 / 4:21 pm

      Wow such a compliment coming from you, thanks lovely lady. I really have felt like this for some time. Your blog is so inspiring and so lovely that you are most definitely one blogger!! 🙂 Hugs xx

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