The honey bee, a vital pest of crops and flowers, is being targeted by the pesticide DDT and other insecticides.In recent years, bee populations in parts of the US and Europe have declined.These declines have been blamed on the effects of DDT, a class of chemicals banned by the World Health Organisation in 1985.Beekeeper Mike Brown, from the University of Minnesota, is one of those who has been wo...
I had just started blogging for Honeybear, the company I run with my husband, and had to write this post.
It’s been a long time coming.
When I started blogging I never really had any formal writing experience.
I’d started out doing short blog posts for the site and that was it.
Then, about a year ago, I discovered the world of blogging.
I was lucky enough to find a job with Honeybear as a copywriter and eventually my job was to write the company’s blog content for them.
Now, I’m a regular on the company blog, which is a full time job for me.
I love blogging.
It brings me joy.
I love seeing other people’s stories and seeing the world through their eyes.
But I also know that I can’t keep doing this forever.
And that’s okay.
I’m also working on a book, and it’s going to be a lot more fun to write than to keep up with all the changes in blogging.
In the meantime, I’ve been making a lot of changes.
I’ve taken out my copywriting software and have started to automate my process of finding content for the blog.
That means I can write articles with a little more confidence and a little less of the mental work that comes with it.
It also means I’ve found my writing voice.
As my husband and I sit around our kitchen table with our freshly baked cookies and we talk about all of the things we love about our house, my voice comes out.
It helps me write more engaging and entertaining posts.
I also love to write about my personal experiences with food and the world around us.
The more I write, the more I realize that if I’m ever going to write a good blog post, I have to be able to write it in a way that’s going for me and my interests.
I have an audience that wants to hear what I have in mind.
I don’t have to go for a lot from the start.
I think that’s what it’s all about, I guess.
I always love telling people what I’ve learned.
What are you doing for a living?
I’m a software engineer.
I work in the software industry.
Can you give me a bit of background on how you got started in the field?
When I was a kid, my mom was a homemaker.
She had her own business and my dad was a software developer.
My dad worked on computers and my mom worked on electronics.
When my dad went to college, he was teaching computer science.
After he got his PhD, he moved to Silicon Valley, got married, and then started a software company.
How did you get involved with blogging?
It started off as a hobby when I was in college.
I had a computer and a keyboard and a mouse.
I really enjoyed making and playing games with it and I did some programming.
When my dad retired and I was younger, I thought about starting my own blog and making money blogging.
Then I got a job at Honeybear in 2014 and started to write for the company.
What were the things that got you started?
The most important thing was my passion for making and sharing beautiful and fun stuff.
When we started, we were making blog posts about a hobby that we were passionate about.
I didn’t really have any formal experience, and so I decided to write my own content and do the best I could.
Is that how you’ve been able to keep your blog writing for so long?
Yes, it’s been about a decade and a half.
You’re not alone.
I hear all the time from people who have found success as a blogger.
Some have moved on to careers in other fields, and some are just happy to be doing it.
How have you found success?
There are a lot different reasons that I started writing my own posts.
One is because I wanted to write content that I felt passionate about and share it with others.
It was a little like my personal blog.
It had lots of photos, lots of video, and I had lots to say.
Then I got to work at HoneyBear and my job became to write blog posts.
So I was able to get more of the content that we wanted to share out there, but I also had to do the writing.
Why are you writing more?
As I’ve written more content, I started to realize that I didn-need to make the content more than I already did.
I needed to make it fun.
Do you have a favorite blog post or post you’ve written?
Well, I don?t think I?ve ever written a post that I really love.
It might have been one of the first things I wrote about, but it was a blog post I really didn?t like.
Sometimes it?s a simple thing.