Meet Tina from Hummus Mama
1. How long have you been blogging?
I have been blogging since 2011.
2. What do you blog about?
Hummus Mama, dip into my life with Tina Saib, is a lifestyle blog. I blog about about my everyday life and what is happening in the moment. From theatre performances, travels, to my tween’s dilemna, to the latest beauty finds, I like to share my point of view. I like to inspire my readers. And I love talking up my hometown in Raleigh.
3. Why did you start blogging?
I started blogging as a creative outlet. I have always enjoyed writing from the heart. My friends also kept telling me that I always seem to be in the know about the latest and greatest and that I should blog to let everyone know!
4. What is your FAVORITE post you’ve ever written (you can pick 2)?
My favorite post is when I wrote about my favorite dessert shop in the old city of Jerusalem, called Zalatimos. It brings so much memories. It is a hole in the wall, that is beside the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Most people find it accidentally. And even when you look for it, you miss it. My blog post has helped many travelers find this gem.
5. What blog do you love?
I love the blog I Heart Organizing. It is so inspiring to see how to organize everything in your life. I do not like clutter, and this site keeps me wanting to organize my home.
6. What is your biggest piece of advice for other bloggers?
You need to discover your Why. Why are you blogging? Is it a creative outlet? To make an income? To supplement your main business? Once you know your why, then you can blog with intention.
7. What are you looking forward to for you as a blogger in the upcoming months (conferences, big blog release, book release, publishing, community, redesign, new content, etc)?
I am really excited about all the networking events that to meet other bloggers in my community. I am also working soon on a redesign on my site to incorporate a business venture that I have to as Independent Specialist with a skincare line called Ever.
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