This week I interviewed Sheri from The Non Toxic Mom.com. Her blog is a helpful tool for any parent who wishes to learn how to create a chemical-free environment for their children. Scroll down for my exclusive interview with Sheri.
HM: Where are you from?
HM: When did you start blogging?
Sheri: About 6 weeks ago.
HM: Why do you blog?
Sheri: I blog because I want to share thoughts and tips about how to raise kids non-toxic kids in our increasingly toxic world. I like to share my views in a humorous way when I can. Blogging has been a great outlet for me; it’s helped me to feel less alone.
HM: What is your blog about?
Sheri: My blog is about my efforts to keep my kids chemical free, the challenges I encounter, the defenses and explanations I constantly have to give, the frustrations I often feel, and celebrations of small achievements.
HM: What are your ultimate goals for your blog?
Sheri: I want to develop a fan base and connect like-minded people.
HM: What do you want your readers to get out of your blog?
Sheri: I want to increase awareness. I want people to read my blog, get a good laugh, learn something new, feel less alone, and perhaps start thinking about food, kids, and life in a new way. I’d love to inspire change.
HM: What do you do to get your readers to keep coming back?
Sheri: I use lots of personal anecdotes and experiences; stuff I think people can relate to. I try to offer suggestions without preaching. I use humor when I can. Mostly, I try to make it interesting!
HM: Do you have any advice for other bloggers?
Sheri: I’m still learning, but I would say that if you are thinking of starting a blog, and you have doubts, just GO FOR IT! It’s really fun!
HM: What is one thing that I did not cover in these set of questions?
Sheri: What helpful advice have I received about blogging? Linking to other blogs to increase traffic on mine.
You can visit Sheri at The Non Toxic Mom.com