30-Day Blogging Challenge

30-Day Blogging Challenge | Growing Up Herbal | I'm doing a 30-day blogging challenge to push myself to write and share more. I hope you'll follow along!

I think it’s good to step out of your comfort zone from time to time, and it seems like I’m doing a lot of that these days. I’m not quite sure why that is, but I do know that I have a tendency to get bored when things stay the same for too long. Maybe that’s why there are periods in my life where I “uproot” so to speak and make a lot of big changes in my life. It keeps things interesting, and it grows me in an uncomfortable sort of way.

So, speaking of challenging things that push me out of my comfort zone… I’ve decided to do a little 30-day blogging challenge.

I’ve never done one before because it never seemed like a good fit for Growing Up Herbal. In the past, this blog has been more of an educational blog, and my posts tend to be kind of long (Sorry. I like to talk.). However, as my vision for this little piece of the World Wide Web shifts, I’m trying to branch out, try new things, and make this blog more of what I want it to be… more of a blog that I’d like to read myself.

All that to say, I feel that this may be a good time to do a 30-day blog challenge, and I hope you don’t mind the more frequent posting. This blog exists because of you so I want this to be something you’d enjoy as much as I would.

I’d love it if you’d let me know if there’s anything in particular you’d like to see on the blog during this 30-day blogging challenge. Do you have any questions you’d like me to answer? Are you curious about how I do something? Is there a recipe or a DIY you’d like to see? Are you interested in learning more about a certain topic? I’d love to get your opinions. Tell me what you’re interested in right now, and I’ll do my best to sprinkle some of that in over the course of the next month!
  1. Likhitha says:

    I would like to know, how to eliminate graininess in the balms especially when Shea butter is used. The lip balms or the normal salves that I make using shea butter turns grainy after few days. Though the grains melt in contact with the skin, but are undesirable. I have tried tempering the butter, and quick cooling in the freezer, all such sort which are alredy there in web. But no success in any of the attempts. 🙁 Please help me resolve this issue.

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