Well, The Christopher Collective has been live for a quarter of a year now. I’ve learned a lot in that time about the ever-changing blogging industry. In my fourth month of blogging, most of my time was tied up, and I haven’t been able to focus at all on The Christopher Collective.
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August, my fourth month of blogging, was a crazy month. On July 29th, Brett’s birthday, we landed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was a long flight, one that I was dreading. Costa Rica was never meant to be home forever, at least at this point in our lives. We have commitments in Canada, and we knew we had to head back and start taking care of some things.
This post is about blogging though, so let’s get to that.
Coming back to Canada opens a lot of doors for The Christopher Collective. I turned down many collaborative opportunities while in Costa Rica, simply because products could not be shipped to where we were staying. There were a lot of resources that I could not access while in Costa Rica, some of which would have been very lucrative to have from the
Then there is the internet. I cannot begin to describe how amazing it is to have WORKING INTERNET when you need it! The internet at our place in Costa Rica was horrible, and I was lucky to get any work done! Something so simple as the internet was taken for granted, and we are so fortunate to have it again!
As you can see, through all of the chaos, I was able to muster up two posts. One of which you should
Just like July, Pinterest has kept The Christopher Collective afloat.
Numbers have stayed the same for my fourth month of blogging, which is all thanks
My number one goal for the rest of this year is to finish up that e-book/ course! It boggles my mind with the
So I apologize for the lack of information these monthly reviews have been providing. I promise that is going to change! Here’s to a fresh start!