Belgian blogger & business nerd
dedicated to helping you
find your true passion
and share the crap out of it
Hey you! I know you.
You have a passion.
You’re a creator.
You have big goals.
You’re a BLOGGER.
You love to share your gift, your life and your dreams with the world.
Your blog is your personal creative outlet, your happy place. You want nothing more than to create amazing content for your audience.
But you feel like your readers are only Facebook friends and bloggers whose blogs you commented on. You’re having so much trouble growing your tribe!
You’re spending all your time Googling for tips to improve your blog but ending up getting frustrated.
And then there’s the tech… WordPress, Squarespace? Landing pages? Lead magnets? Email list? And how on earth do you integrate those into your website? Just the thought of it is giving you a headache.
Every once in a while you get an email from a brand wanting to work with you and you get all excited (like I’m a pro blogger now!), until they hear about your traffic stats… RADIO SILENCE.
Your ultimate goal is to monetize your blog, work for yourself and create so much value for your readers. But this is a far, far away dream.
I get it! I WAS YOU.
I’m here to snap you out of it and help you start being successful NOW.
- I will show you how to set up a beautiful blog that shows the real and authentic you.
- I know you can create killer content and grow an engaged audience that is looking forward to hearing from you.
- I will help you monetize your blog so you can finally have the freedom to pursue your passions.
Over the past 5 years, I’ve set up and grown 4 different blogs: from fashion, to food, to lifestyle and sports.
With every new blog I created I would learn new things, but fail yet again at something else. I learnt so much, but whenever my passions changed I felt like it was time to start a new blog and abandon the old one.
A couple of months before I ended my last blog, I started working in my new job which was taking up a lot of hours. I felt like I just couldn’t find the time to blog anymore.
But couldn’t I? I was still watching Netflix and vlogs every night.
I did have the time. I was just self-sabotaging like crazy.
My subconsciousness was looking for reasons to quit so I wouldn’t be able to fail.
Even though my blogs were growing quickly, I felt this huge fear I might not make it as a pro blogger.
The idea of putting myself out there and really trying just completely paralyzed me.
So when I decided I was done with my last blog, I told my boyfriend about my decision, hoping he would support me. Instead, he just sat there and rolled his eyes.
That’s just what you do. You never finish your projects, you’re a quitter.