15 Unmistakable Traits of Confident Mom Bloggers

Self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings. - Samuel Johnson

Being a mom blogger is tough. We’re all so intimately connected through our blogging and social networks that we know the companies other moms are working with and for, the events they’re invited to, speaking gigs they receive, and products that get thrown their way. In the midst of all these opportunities it is extremely easy to allow self-doubt to creep in and your confidence to slink away when you haven’t yet attained these goals. I’m here to tell you that it is extremely paramount to keep your confidence brewing, even in the face of what may seem to be countless opportunities and connections passing you by.

I love watching moms who are not only amazing bloggers, but serious business women. Here are a few unmistakable traits I see over and over again in confident mom bloggers.

These mom bloggers are:

1. Hard workers

2. Willing to give and share

3. Serious about their blogs

4. Always reliable

5. Great writers

6. Creative

7. Willing to say “no” and refuse opportunities that don’t fit

8. Not afraid to ask questions and only work with companies who pitch opportunities that are in their best interest

9. Not afraid to be friendly

10. Thinkers outside of the box

11. Always thinking about “What’s Next?”

12. Open to suggestions and honest feedback

13. Willing to take risks

14. Gifted leaders and

15. Fast learners

If you want to eventually get where other mom bloggers are, sometimes it is simply useful to sit back and watch how they roll. You’d be surprised how much you’ll learn.

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Comment by Kelly Connor on September 18, 2013 at 12:24pm

I'm so proud to read this list because it depicts all the hard work we do very well! I like to think that I myself, fit this list as well as my fellow blogger friends. Thanks for putting this together!

Comment by Kendra Larios-Mendez on August 27, 2013 at 11:39am

I've noticed some of the same traits in the mom blogs that I follow. I've made some great friends just by sitting back, watching, reading, and allowing them to show me the ropes.

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