My blogging journey started a few years back but I felt something was amiss. What was it? Did I not enjoy writing? Was it a lack of readers or supporters? Was it getting all monotonous?

Well, I always enjoyed writing and I still do but turns out what I was missing was a blogger community. And if you are a blogger, you know what I am talking about!

I came across ‘Blogchatter’ this July through Twitter and participated in their campaign- Half Marathon. I am so thankful to them because I met some great blogging buddies and all those wonderful people are now my very best blogging friends, and I have learned so much from them.

Undoubtedly, if you are a blogger finding “your kind of people” who share your passion and support you through everything is totally the best thing you can do.

I participated in the ‘My Friend Alexa’ campaign from Blogchatter and absolutely loved it. My blog and I gained so much from this campaign. New friends, new learning, and new experiences made me a better blogger today.

My third campaign is ‘Dailychatter’ in which I am participating this month and though it’s not as easy as I thought as writing every day is tough.  Yes, it takes a lot of work, a lot of hours, and a lot of learning. But I am enjoying it.

Now I am participating in the ‘#Blogbuddy’ campaign and I am all excited to be a part of the rocking team #Blogtrotters. They are all awesome bloggers and I am sure we’ll get it all worked out and learn a lot along the way. Introducing to you our team-

*Chandni – The motivational leader

*Mithila- The cute blogger

*Shweta- The versatile blogger

*Simardeep- Writes direct dil se

*Garima- The mommy blogger

*Ajay- aka AK the quiet one

*Gauravi- Aka G the mysterious one

The description is from my interaction in the group from the last few days but all of them are awesome bloggers and I can’t wait to see where this blogging journey takes me with all these wonderful bloggers. I am so glad to find some super great blogging friends to support while I embark on this. 

Thrilled to be a part of group