The Remarkable Blogger Tag

The Remarkable Blogger Tag

Thanks so much for tagging me, E.G. Bella! I love these questions.

Something Unique About Me

I have curly hair, and how curly it gets depends exactly on how I treat it on wash day. In some ways, I never know what I’m going to get, but lately I’ve got a routine down that makes it verrrrry big and I feel like a super cool sheep/Riversong/tough fictional character.

The Questions

If you could live in any type of home, anywhere in the world, where would you go and what house would you choose? (Like a treehouse in New York or something!).

Oh, wow. So I do wish to be a rather strange, homebody of an author living in the English countryside, but I’d also take a small house up in PNW since it has pretty similar weather. 😉

What is your biggest pet peeve?

Right now, it’s people using theology as an excuse to hurt other people. 👀

What would you tell the you that started your blog if you could go back to that day?

Lol, I’d tell her her posting schedule is too intense (five posts a week, really?!), but also that was pretty fun, so I think I’d just let her do what she was doing. 😉

Is there one song out there that you think everybody should listen to? 

Yessssss. The Rain Keeps Falling by Andrew Peterson is such a beautiful picture of communing with God. ❤

If there were no limits in life for a day, what would you do first and last?

Ohhh. MWAHAHAHA. I would finish all my writing projects and publish them, climb a rolling library ladder, and eat anything I wanted. 😍👏

Have you set yourself any challenges for the year?

In a way no, but also, yes? It’s a challenge that’s slowly developed into goals, but I’m challenging myself to get my mental health in hand and also be patient with myself. We’ve got a lot of years to undo and redo. 😉

How many blog posts have you written so far?

I’m at 778 published! Wowza. Here’s to even more!

Does your blog have a niche or no?

It does somewhat, but quite less than when I first started it. I’m enjoying the flexibility right now, but I am glad I have central goals in mind.

Do you have any advice for helping a blogger get out of a writer’s rut?

Allow yourself a hiatus, think about and do other things, and fill your creative tank back up. Also, I recommend having some “easy” posts on hand, whether that’s a photo dump, blog tag, or review repost, just so you can keep up a consistent schedule but give yourself a break. 😉


If you would like to be tagged, consider yourself tagged! 😉

11 thoughts on “The Remarkable Blogger Tag

    1. Aww, thank you! Oh, dear, haha. Mine used to be wavy like that (and went more curly in the last couple years), so I know the struggle. I’m thinking maybe a cold water rinse at the end of washing, some light leave-in conditioner, wide tooth combing and hand scrunching would be a good place to start.

      Ooo, enjoy!

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      1. My waves seem to have gotten a little more prominent (read: frizzier) in the last few years, so maybe they’re evolving too. Thanks so much for the tips! The only one of these I actually do is the cold rinse if I’m not feeling too lazy, lol. I’m going to try these and see what happens!

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  1. Thank you so much for hopping in on this, Kate! i loved reading your answers! 🙂 And I can totally relate about the curly hair, and not knowing what you’re going to get after each washing. It’s like a wild card, haha. Your hair is beautiful!

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  2. Such a fun post!!! 😀 Ah, yes, I’d love to be an author living in the English countryside too! (Well, theoretically I would – in real life, I wouldn’t want to move to a different country. *laughs*)

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