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Delve Into Me: A Close Look At The Bloggers You Love (002)

The fantastic Celia gave me the wonderful opportunity of interviewing her. Learn about her below. :)



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Please introduce yourself, and tell us a little bit more about you and your blog.

Hi! My name is Celia. Brunette, brown eyes, and bangs. Blogger, writer, friend, artist, actor. My dream is to be on Disney channel. I'm a minimalist. I love food, my bff's, music, and pizza.

My blog [CECE] I where I post my art, writings, and life.

When did you start your blogging journey and why?

I started blogging Aug. 2010, when I was ten years old. My sisters and I started a little blog called “the Smithcreek Gang”.

My next blog was started in 2011, with my BFF’s Anna and Hannah. At the time we loved to bake cupcakes, and had a club called the Cupcake Cousins. We decided to start a blog, and of course it has called “The Cupcake Cousins”.

About 2012, I started my own blog. The names changed many time, as I enjoy change.

What's the most challenging aspect of blogging for you?

I would say the most challenging thing is actually posting! Sometimes it’s hard to come up with good content. Also I find it hard to stick to a blog name, and design.

Do you have any blogging rituals (like following a strict schedule or making sure to procrastinate by going on Pinterest first, etc.)?

When I blog, my earbuds are always in. I sometimes keep a list of things I have to do, and I cross them off as I finish them. If I’m going to be writing, I usually look through my story inspiration board of pinterest.

What's your number one blogging tip?

Sometimes it’s good to have a simple blog name, something short that you love.

Besides blogging, what other hobbies to you enjoy participating in? Which are you most passionate about?

I love drawing, writing, and hanging out with my friends. I really LOVE acting!

(Due to the title of my blog, I feel like I should ask:) Do you feel like you know yourself?

I would say I know myself pretty well. It’s hard to really know yourself. I feel like sometimes other people know you better than you know yourself. I think knowing yourself is surrounding yourself with people who love you, like your family and friends. And just being happy with yourself.

So yeah, I would say I know myself.

// Visit her blog here.

Comments

  1. Wow! Great question Rose, and great answers Celia! ;) I find that I'm a bit like you, I can't seem to settle on a blog name, though I don't really like change.
    I also did an interview with Jordy from Hidden, if you would like to check it out over at my blog. Aliah :) <3

    thisandthatbyaliah.blogspot.com

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  2. I love it when you bring people over here to be interviewed! It's great, your questions were perfect, and Celia's answers were amazing. Lovely xxx.

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