Well today is one year since I published my first blog post on Stamp Me Some Love. I am not new to blogging or website design, but it the 1st time that I have had follow through with content creation.
You see, I have been dabbling with website design for almost 20+ years. I started learning html way back in the 90's when website were first starting to make their way to the public's consciousness. You can read a blog post I wrote a while back on this 20 year journey.
History of Wanting in the Game
And after may attempts of getting a sustained presence online, I always seemed to flounder. My biggest fear was that I would not have any to say that anyone would be interested in. And creating written content has always been a weakness for me. Or at least what I thought the type of written content I would need to provide.
I mean I have always been good at writing letters to friends and family… sometimes writing and re-writing letters to get just the right message across. I sometime will even keep my drafts of letters and look back at them from time to time. I know crazy huh?…
Making a Committment
When I started Stamp Me Some Love last year I made a commitment to myself to see this one through. I decided I needed to get serious about developing my content creation skills. And this included writing more.
I took a email master course a few months back. The main purpose of the course was how to build my email list, but what I didn't expect was a lightbulb moment. When I figured out that I should write blog posts as if I am writing to my friends… suddenly I felt like I had something to say.
I want to thank you. Thank you for giving me a voice and a way to express my passion for crafts. Thank you for your feedback and your interest in what I have to say. My goal is to deliver you inspiring ways to express yourself, whether that be through a handmade card or with your own blog. I'm here to help, so if you have a question… just ask!
My gift to you!
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Until we chat again….
Stamp Me Some Love