I need your Advice!!!

I think we could help out a fellow blogger with some questions, don’t you think so too? Let’s get that interview going… please comment on her blog. Comments here disabled.

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So, next week I’m going to be interviewing a National Guard, any questions you can come up with or would liked asked and I can get the answer??

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Share Your World – 2016: Week 30

There’s one thing I learned in my life prior to being a SAHM: It’s really hard to come up with good questions for others. You need to make them interesting to be answered and also for others to read or hear the answers. The questions you ask should make the other person reveal a little bit about themselves. So when you watch or listen to an interview and shake your head because you actually wonder why someone would ask such a stupid question, stop for a minute and think about what you would do. What would you ask? Especially if the person is one of the celebrities asked a million questions all the time. Chances are that there is just nothing new you can ask them.

So I applaud Cee for coming up with fun questions for her Share Your World Challenge over and over again.

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Do You Have Questions?

I’ve seen a post on The Swedish Kiwi recently and liked the idea. Our little Kiwi bird asked her followers to ask her questions. Questions she would answer in a post. From what I know she just wrote the fourth post about it. I’m going to steel this idea (hope you don’t mind, Swedish Kiwi…). I think it’s a brilliant idea.

So go for it, ask me a question (or more) in the comments and I will answer them in a post at some point next week. Share the post if you like to get bloggers involved that don’t know my blog yet.

Let’s do it, let’s play the game, let’s Q&A… 🙂

Flipping The Tables – Or Interviewing The Interviewer

When David Howell from Brews And Views approached me a little while ago and asked me if he could interview me for his feature Interviews I had two things in my mind. First of all I felt really honored to become a part of a great group of bloggers he had already interviewed and then there was this second thought. Why not interview the interviewer for a change?

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