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Blogging is not only a long game but it’s also a challenging journey for everyone. The blogging world is constantly changing and there are a million-and-one resources out there.

To save you time, I’ve added some helpful resources and courses that I have personally used or taken unless otherwise noted (it’s been a LOT, lol). 

I cannot tell you how much time, energy, and money I have absolutely wasted on the wrong resources.

Let me save you from the same experiences!

Here is a blogging dictionary full of over 100 terms and vocabulary.

Make sure to check out the free resource library for getting organized and succeeding as a blogger for subscribers of BAM! Check out the FREE MyBlog workbook (printable AND fillable) to help you on your blogging journey!

While this mama has not taken these courses, these were highly suggested by other bloggers:

Free Courses



It stressful to think about how to protect yourself as a blogger. Below are some helpful resources to help:*

  • Mariam Tsaturyan created Freelance & Marketing to help bloggers and solopreneurs to start profitable online businesses. She came up with this idea after she had to close her law office and become a stay at home mom. Visit her template shop to get legal terms and policies to protect your website and hard work today here(I use her legal page templates)
  • Amira of ASelfGuru is also a lawyer and offers amazing legal templates for pretty much everything you need! I personally use her NDA and Independent Contractor Agreement templates. Check out her templates here.

*Bloggingaboutmomming.com does not provide a guarantee that the products offered by these legal sources meet all the requirements for every site. The products offered are “buy at your own risk” (yup that’s this mama covering her legal butt).

Free Resources

Here are some great resources (mostly free opt in printables):


Design Help

If you don’t have the time or the inclination to do design work for your blog, you can also hire or pay someone to help!

You can get help with your logo, site design, social images and whatever else you may need. Here are some sources (recommended by other bloggers):

Content Help

Need help creating content for your blog? Hire professional writers to fill your blog with researched articles:

Tech Support

Most bloggers lack the skills (or the time to learn) to troubleshoot issues with your site. Here are some ways to get the help you need:

  • Sarah Wall of XeraSupport can help you with most anything on your blog’s backend, including implementing GDPR requirements and troubleshooting issues. She specializes in tech support and website setup.
  • Fiverr offers technical support options. You hire someone to fix a specific issue on your site (and, hopefully, form a connection for future fixes).