I’ve decided to take a little break from blogging for a few weeks to give myself a well deserved rest. Before I go though I need to round up for the May #MyGloriousGardens linky. I’m also excited that people are beginning to use the hashtag on Instagram too, so thank you everyone!
I’ve been Blogging for 18 months now and it’s good to reflect on the blog every 6 months or so. In doing so, I hope to create a better reading experience for people but also it is a good way to focus on what I want out of blogging and Oldhouseintheshires.
I hope you all had a super Easter weekend and enjoyed a restful time with your families. 🐣 I love that about this time of year, don’t you? Although the weather has not been kind, we have finished the wildlife pond, celebrated our daughters 18th and eaten far too much cake and chocolate!
I’m soooo excited as I’ve been asked to guest host for the #Dreamteam Linky! Whoop, Whoop!
If you don’t know this Linky then come along and take a look. It’s the first Linky that I joined when I started blogging and there are lots of great blog posts to read. As a linker, you get to join a super community of bloggers. So after linking up, sit back and read some amazing posts!
Any posts about gardens, gardening, garden visits, outdoor visits…basically anything related with Glorious places! The linky will run for the first 2 week of the month and then I post a round up post towards the end of the month. You can read the March Round up here.
If you are unsure how to link your post do read this post.
The Linky Rules
1. Link up to 3 posts when the party goes live at 8am on 1st April. It will be open for 2 weeks.
2. Tweet your post and tag oldhouseinthes1 for a retweet.
3. Read and comment on both of my posts and the post linked before yours.
4. Comment on as many other posts as you would like to to spread the linky love.
5. Add my badge to your post so I can see it on your post. This is below.
6. Come back at the end of the month to read my round up post.
That’s it! Time to get linking. Click on the INLINKZ button just below.
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You may have noticed that I have been quiet these last few days. That is because after 18 months, I decided to take the plunge and go self hosted.
A lot of people nowadays like to devote their time to gardening. If you don’t work outside, it’s a great use of your time, as it gets you outside to soak up the sun, and you learn a lot of new, practical skills in the process. It can also be quite a therapeutic hobby, and it can bring in a lot of food when you do it properly! Because of all this, it’s also an amazing business venture to go down, if you think you have the ability to craft a whole corporate persona out of it! Here’s some helpful tips for setting up a gardening business in your spare time, and how the online world can make even more out of it.
Read more “Putting Your Gardening Skills to Profitable Use.”
Oldhouseintheshires is one! I have been blogging for a whole year and I can’t believe that has gone so quickly!
Read more “5 lessons I have learnt in one year of blogging.”