Tuesday, January 21, 2014

31 Days to a Family Closet AND 31 Days of Helping Other Bloggers

Do you know what is wonderful about good friends? You can always pick up right were you left off. And you? You are a good friend!

Have you made more progress on your family closet? Is your blog coming together the way you envisioned? 




Are you ready for your next task to complete your family closet? Great! Grab a sheet of paper and set your timer for 3 minutes. Without looking in your closets, dressers or any other storage spots write down all the categories represented in your wardrobe.

My list looks like this:

  • shirts
  • tank tops
  • socks and unmentionalbles
  • sweaters
  • pants
  • skirts
  • dresses
  • belts
  • shoes
  • scarves
  • hats
  • coats

This list will be used in the future to help you detirmine if items belong in your family closet or not.

This post is part of the 31 Days to a Family Closet series. If you have questions about your family closet leave a comment I would love to help!



If you are ready to receive some more help for your blog I need you to also grab a sheet of paper and set your timer for 5 minutes. We'll be daydreaming a bit so we get more time than the family closet folks. ;)

Take a moment and think about the blogs you love. What asspect draw you in? Are there features you dream of having? Now make a list of your top 10 features you want displayed on your blog.

My list looks like this (in no particular order):


  1. contact form
  2. clickable buttons for social media
  3. link page for friends' blogs
  4. interactive header
  5. about me page
  6. blog button
  7. popular posts
  8. email subscription
  9. pin it button
  10. instagram feed in sidebar

I will be taking you through these topics and more. What did I miss? What made it to your list?

 This post is part of the 31 Days of Helping Other Bloggers series. If you have questions about your blog leave a comment and I will see if I can help you!

Andi and Brad have been married since 2002. They have five squishers who keep them on their toes. She is a second generation home educator. In her spare time Andi creates and sells handmade goodies in her shop, Andi Gould Designs.

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