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The Blogging Diaries is a series that chronicles my successes and challenges of blogging. Wins, losses, spending, and insecurities – they are all found here!

The Blogging Diaries: 2018 Successes and Mistakes

Hi everyone, And thanks for sticking with me through this blogging journey. I’ve made it to the year blogging! If you aren’t familiar with my Blogging Diaries series, it’s where I take a step back and get real about the honest about running Millennial Life Admin. I try to be real in documenting my journey…

The Blogging Diaries: 5 Things I’m Doing Differently To Maintain My Blog

If you read my last post about how I’ve consequently failed at my last 3 blogging attempts last week, then you would have seen the embarrassing screenshots and progress steps that I’ve taken to get to blog I am at today. If you missed it, I’d highly recommend reading it first to get some background on my blogging journey.

Consequently, it’s pretty safe to say that I’ve encountered a lot of obstacles as I’ve tried to start a blog. I’m sure there are many more to come but that’s what this series is for!

So these are the blogging challenges I’ve met so far and the things I’m committed to doing in order to change them:

The Blogging Diaries: 4th Time’s The Charm

Why, hello there!

This is a new series I will be starting on MLA about my personal development through my blogging journey. I am not one to start blog about blogging but one of my favourite bloggers, Sam Brown from Smart Twenties, talks about how blogging can be used as a tool for personal development – and I completely agree. Like any other new experience, it’s something that will change and evolve, and help me grow as a blogger and person.

Hi there!
My name is Kimberly and I'm from Vancouver, BC. I started MLA as a way to share and help millennials through adulthood and the whole adulting process.
In this blog, you'll find real and honest examples of how I'm navigating adulthood. I've read a lot of content about growing up, but I have found it hard to find real-life examples of how to apply this advice.
So I created MLA as a space to share all the lessons of becoming an adult - on a budget! I hope you find this helpful and feel free to keep in touch at kimberly[at]millenniallifeadmin.com.
Lastly, if you’re looking for ways to further connect, I hope you’ll consider joining the MLA Newsletter!
Talk soon!

 

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