Charlia Moulton-Campbell Charlia Moulton-Campbell is a mom, wife, teacher and author. She is first, the mommy of a 14-year-old daughter and 9-year-old twin boys, wife to the greatest dad, a teacher in her twelfth year of teaching and a writer at heart. Charlia received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of West Indies, Jamaica: A Master’s in Education from Brooklyn College in the city of New York and a Master of Education: Leadership for Educational Change-Advanced from Bank Street College in the city of New York. Charlia is very passionate about educating minds through reading and writing. Charlia provides academic, social and emotional support for young girls in her school through a Girls Group. She currently shares most of her writing through her blog, writerylymom.org and through greeting cards with her poetry. Contact Charlia Follow Charlia on Social Media Facebook: Charlia Moulton-Campbell IG: @writerlyvisions Blog: writerlymom.org
Fear– I feared starting and failing. I feared what people would say. Me- super mom of a teenage daughter and twin boys, wife to a husband with one of the toughest jobs known and teacher to third graders! I must admit, my first blog entry has been ready for almost a year, just sitting in my google drive. FYI, this is not the entry I had intended to use, but I believed that I needed to share this story. If you want to take a leap of faith…just do it!
Time– I felt like I was always busy and always putting my blog goals off. But in reality I am indeed very busy with my family and working. I have come to understand that the importance of balancing responsibilities and time is pivotal in my journey. I believe I am in a better place with balancing life as it comes. The journey continues.
Over-researching– I became the researching guru of blogging. Everytime I told myself I was ready to begin my blog, I found some information that ‘needed more research.’ This trend became habitual and contributed to numerous delays in the process. I guess I was trying to find another excuse!
Too many questions– Would it affect my name as a future published writer? Would I be still taken seriously? Then after researching many well published bloggers my questions changed to -Am I blog material? How do I maintain the integrity of my blog? How will I attract my target audience?
Finding a specific niche- I have so many things I want to write about, so many things to say. This made it very difficult for me to identify my niche at first. I decided to ‘keep it real.’ My intentions are to share my experiences as a mom, wife and teacher with you. Enjoy the ride.
I am a mom, wife, teacher and author armored with passion as I journey through life. I love hard, commit head on and live by integrity. I am by no means perfect, but believe only in embracing positivity and open honesty.
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