It’s February already, how did that happen?!
After the success of my first video blog titled “Ask Miss Sue Flay Anything” back at the start of January, I’ve decided to keep it up and answer your burning questions in the flesh, it’s been great fun.
Thank you to everyone who got involved to ask me something, you’re all awesome!
Here’s a quick recap of the questions asked and the points discussed within this post:
Sheymouse asks what I think the best non-Wordpress blogging platform is and I’ve enjoyed a little waffle about my very first adventures into the world of blogs with “The Secluded Tea Party” – my very first blog when I started out blogging.
The lovely Virginie (a fellow Blogcademy London graduate!) asks me when I will be going to visit her in the North of France…. ERM how about right now please?! I am wanting to travel much more with my #80stays challenge!
Suzzy at Suzzy Smith Interiors is re-designing her website and wants to know if there’s such a thing as being “too wordy” on the actual site…. I share some advice.
I chat about why I like video blogging and suggest a few plans for the future of Miss Sue Flay!
A run down of the best spas in and around Cambridge, Essex, Norfolk & Suffolk has been suggested, so I share my top tips for spa days and breaks.
Janet at The Sweetie Factory shared with me that she wants to do Pinterest for business, most of her social media referrals come from Pinterest so she seems to think she needs to capitalise in this…yes she certainly does!!
Want to know my top 5 tips for any new bloggers?… Take a few minutes out to find out what I suggest.
My friend Mr Cake has asked me various questions, so there’s an entire section dedicated to this Cambridge-based baker and his nosey and Valentine-themed questions!
I talk about my goals for the next 3 years. This one got me thinking very hard indeed!
Lisa asks me to make some suggestions for a cosy weekend away… I find it hard to stop once I get started on these sort of queries… I’m enjoying my travels with my “Around The World In #80Stays” challenge!
So, please do pour yourself a good old cup of tea and watch the video, enjoy!
And don’t forget to ask me a question for the next edition of this video blog post in March…
Do leave a comment below and share your burning questions with me, I’d love to hear from you and help answer them where I can!
I’ve also been enjoying creating some new video blog topics, of which you can view more here.