The Last 6 Questions for Morgan Prince

Here we are back again for to answer another six questions, so let's get on with it shall we?

What kind of job would you like to have?

If I had to go out to work I think doing what I used to (secretary) is what I'd want. However if I didn't have to go out to work then blogging for my job would be amazing. To be able to earn a liveable wage and still be at home for my boys would be the perfect job.

Interview with Pro-Blogger Katie Portman

To finish my series of interviews I have a very talented lady answering my questions. Katie Portman, who writes at Pouting in Heels, is someone I have admired for a long time. I remember back in 2014 reading, and watching, her post Ridiculously simple tips to improve your writing and it stuck with me.

At the time I didn't realise who she was or what a fabulous blogger she was but her advice helped me lots and it's a post I'll never forget. 

Katie is an inspiration and as well as being a fabulous blogger she is a lovely person who constantly encourages us all to be proud of ourselves. 

Enough from me, let's listen to what Katie has to say.

More Questions for Morgan Prince

More questions to answer, I hope these answers give you a little insight into the kind of person I am.

More Questions for Morgan Prince | Morgan's Milieu: Three boys walking through Walt Disney World
I love these three!

What would you like to invent to make life better?

The cure for self-doubt.

The self-doubt demon likes to attack when we are vulnerable and if I could find the cure for that it would be awesome. Just think of the people I could help!

Interview with Pro-Blogger Amy Treasure

Please welcome Amy Treasure, who writes at Mr and Mrs T Plus Three, a lifestyle, parenting, and food blog.

I haven't known about Amy's blog for that long but have enjoyed reading lots of posts, one of my favourites being Seizing the day and why my husband calls me 'Lucky', it was inspirational.

I was delighted when Amy accepted my request for an interview and I'm happy to share it with you now.

Another 6 Questions for Morgan Prince

I love answering these questions and I hope you've enjoyed reading my answers so far. There's another two of these to come so plenty more to learn about me. 

So let's get on with this week's questions shall we?

What talents do you have? (Don't be modest)

This is tough, I'm not good at not being modest.   ;)

I'm pretty good at drawing, I need to have something in front of me to copy but I can do that fairly competently and I'm quite proud of my Stitch drawing I did a while back. 

Writing. I'm not the best but I do love it and will continue into my older years.

I touch-type and can do that quite fast. It's probably the best thing I ever learned in college.

Interview with Pro-Blogger Nicola Thomas

With interview number four brings a blogger I've known and loved reading posts from for years, Nikki Thomas. 

Nikki blogs at Stressy Mummy and always manages to impart wisdom or have me giggling or laughing along.

6 Questions to Get to Know Morgan Prince

I hope you're enjoying my series of questions, they're quite fun to answer.

Here's another six for you...

What are the 3 top qualities that draw you to someone new?

Okay, this is a tough one. My first thing would be a smile - whenever I meet someone new they have to smile, a lot. A person who smiles lots is happy and content, someone who is open to new friendships. 

Non-judgemental, I can't stand women who gossip about others or complain because this person looks better than them. There's too much negativity in the world - stop it. 

Kind. Anyone who lends a helping hand when someone needs it is okay in my book. An open and caring heart is so important.

Interview with Pro-Blogger Michelle Reeves

Please welcome Michelle Reeves, someone I've admired from afar for a while. She writes at Bod for Tea, and I recently stumbled upon her linky #sharethejoy. I've enjoyed reading the many posts that are linked up.

Why did you start blogging?

In 2008 my husband and I left behind everything we knew and loved in the UK - including my successful career in Internet Marketing - for a three year adventure in China. I started blogging there as part of my therapy for Post Natal Depression after the conception and traumatic birth of our daughter in 2009. We arrived back in the UK two years later and to my surprise and delight continued to flourish growing a global readership.