Blogger Spotlight is a fun series that I thought would fun to do. In this Blogger Spotlight is a lifestyle blogger, Kim from Life can be Toff. Feel free to check out her blog and social media.
- Can you tell us a little about yourself and your blog?
I’m Kim, I’m rapidly approaching my mid 30’s (but don’t tell anyone) and I near Tetbury which is almost in the heart of the Cotswolds, England with my two Staffordshire Bull Terriers, Maddie and Kira. My blog is Life can be Toff and is a lifestyle blog about my life in the Cotswold country including horse riding, enjoying nice cars and tasty food. I enjoy visiting stately homes, woodlands and parks, as well as tea rooms and other food places and I enjoy blogging about them and sharing interesting places with my readers in the hope it inspires them to visit.
- What are your favorite kinds of blog posts to write on your blog? I enjoy sharing the wonderful places that the South West of England has to offer – so I really enjoy doing posts on places to visit and things to do – plus the added fact I get to enjoy those places too.
- What post of yours are you the most proud of and why? The post I’m most proud of is my Handmade Christmas Gift Guide – I wanted to highlight all the handmade gifts people offer that you can’t find on the High Street. I wanted to emphasise the importance of supporting your local craft makers and shops and I think that I got that across in my post.
- What is one quote that you live by and why? “What will be will be” – I’m a strong believer in fate and that what happens, happens for a reason, even the sh*t stuff!
- What is one piece of advice you would give to someone wanting to start their very own blog? Write what you’re passionate about. It doesn’t matter if you don’t post 3 blog posts a week if what you’re writing is just drivel – people will relate more to the things you’re passionate about and fewer, good quality, written pieces will get you noticed more. Don’t give up if it doesn’t hit the big time straight away, over a year in, I’m still building my following. Blogging can be a slow burner, but if you enjoy what you do – it won’t matter how many people read it, but that you are sharing your thoughts.