Utilizing My Tribe + 6 Reminders From Blogalicious Weekend

Blogalicious Miami Carnival

After almost four years since my first post, I attended my first blogger conference earlier this month. Since I wanted to network more in the lifestyle category for both blogs, I chose to attend Blogalicious Weekend. Blogalicious is an online community and annual conference celebrating the diversity in social media. This year’s theme was to Tribe Up and each session reminded me to utilize the tools I have and people I...

5 Easy Ways To Get Paid As a Blogger – Even With a Small Following

5 Ways To Get Paid As a Blogger

This post is not sponsored but contains some affiliate links Before my own platform, I started blogging back in 2004 on Xanga O_O. I had no clue I was even blogging at the time. I had a few friends on the platform and guess it was the “cool thing” to do as an 18-year old. Fast forward to almost 10 years later, I decided to document my natural hair journey and travels...

How I Manage Multiple Blogs When Working Full Time

How I Manage Multiple Blogs When Working Full Time

Happy 2016! If you didn’t know by now, I write on two platforms. I’ve been blogging on my own since 2013 and in the end of summer 2014, two friends and I launched Type 4 Naturals to document our natural hair journey and connect with women in the natural hair community interested in fitness, beauty, family, business and technology. Even though most tasks on my secondary platform are distributed between three...