A Wanna-be Bibster

Before I get into the actual blog, I want to preface it. This is not a How To Blog.

I’m a wanna-be just like you, and trust me, I’m not going to tell you how to live your life. I’m still trying to figure that out myself! This blog is simply to share what worked for me and what didn’t. After that, you’re on your own, kid. 

On to the post!

A few months ago, I had one of my earth shattering ideas. BABY BIBS. Baby bibs with animal faces on them, to be more specific.

Before I continue, let me tell you something about myself. When I get an idea in my head, there’s no stopping me. I get 100 percent invested, usually within 10 minutes or so of coming up with the idea, to the point where I’m planning out business names, setting aside money in a saving account for potential expenses, and researching competitors.

This happens almost once a month… Total Wanna-Be entrepreneur. *Sigh*

Back to the bibs- and my potential company, Bibster. (Yeah… my non-existent company has a name…).

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A Wanna-be Everything

This is my first blog post EVER. I’m 25 years old, its 2017, and I’ve never written a blog. Anyone else think this is a major flaw in my previous education? With that in mind, this could be rough, kids. Or it could be incredibly inspiring and moving and help me gain hundreds of followers, awards, and fame in the blog world on day one. Who knows?

Like I said in my bio, I am NOT a professional blogger. So I’m going to shoot for somewhere in between incredibly inspiring and rough, but just in case it’s on the lower end, thank you in advance for hanging with me.

I’m starting this blog to connect with all of the normal, average, every day, regular people out there. There has got to be someone else who has as many Pinterest Fails, DIY disasters, half-finished projects, average dinners, exercise junkie dreams, and empty storage containers purchased to organize and better their life as I do. Now don’t get me wrong, I have mad respect for the people that can pull off being a Pinterest Star.

I’m just not one of them.

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