Today, we have an exciting member interview with Tammi Young of French Robin. She lives Northern California with her husband and 3 of our 4 children.
Tammi and her husband have always been small business owners; their latest venture is an internet service provider company. To help her balance the tech, she started making jewelry, beading, studying photography and blogging.
And, she loves each one of her creative outlets. And will often move from one project to the next, like most of the creative individuals do. 😉
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French Robin Blog – Where Creativity Turns Into Lovely Things
What do you blog about?
About 2 years. I started to help support my Etsy shop. It has evolved into something more over time. I like sharing information and teaching others how to do things.
What is your favorite part of blogging?
What is the hardest part about blogging for you?
Graphic creation and image selection – consumes most of my time.
Who is your favorite blogger and why?
Darren Rowse of ProBlogger – love his podcasts!
What do you do for fun when you aren’t blogging?
Making jewelry & photography
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Tell us one fun fact about yourself.
I wanted to become an actress. Instead, I became and accountant… Irony
What did you do before you began blogging? What skills do you have?
I own an internet service company with my husband. And, I am the CFO. I have mad computer skills, and I’m never afraid to try something new. Plus, I love adventure and don’t hesitate to dive right in.
Have you been published anywhere else either online or in print?
The SITS Girls (I am a community lead), Midlife Blvd., Willow House Magazine (I was an editor during 2015).
What do you hope to achieve with your blog and online presence?
Grow my audience, write more, and share creative ideas.
Head on over to French Robin and check out Tami’s beautiful blog. Till next time – Haley