Daily Momtivity is a parenting and lifestyle blog created by two friends. I love their tagline, “Created by moms, for moms.” Moms know best, right?
Some of their popular posts include Making Sick Kids Feel Better, Saving Big With Huggies at The Family Dollar Store, and Toy Organization (Less is Best). Shannon from Daily Momtivity is our member interview for today. Let’s see what Shannon has to tell us about her blogging journey thus far.
How long have you been blogging? What motivated you to start blogging?
I blog with my friend, Nicole. We started a little over a year ago. We’ve been friends since middle school and we always wanted to do something together. We finally decided to blog together and the rest is history 🙂
What is your favorite part of blogging?
My favorite part is connecting with people all over the world! There are so many great bloggers. I have learned so much.
What is the hardest part about blogging for you?
I think the hardest part is keeping up! It seems like things are constantly changing. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and small in this big blogging world. I’m a busy working mom with young kids so it’s hard to find the time to do everything!!
Who is your favorite blogger and why?
I have many favorites but the first real blogger I started following is Kelly from Kelly’s Korner. She’s a mommy blogger who seems like a real person. She’s honest about real life things and I think that’s great. She does not blog for show!
What do you do for fun when you aren’t blogging?
When I’m not blogging I’m doing something fun with my kids. They are young and life goes by so fast. I try and spend quality time with them and soak in all their sweetness. I love taking pictures (a hobby!) I also love reality TV, a little too much!
Tell us one fun fact about yourself.
One fun fact is that I live in the same area I grew up in. Just a few neighborhoods away. The grocery store I shop at is where I shopped when I was little. It’s a little surreal sometimes! Some of my daughter’s friends are now living in houses of friends I had growing up. It’ a little deja vu 🙂