Have you ever thought about starting your own blog or turning an existing blog into something more than just a hobby?

Blogging is a great way to channel your creativity and share your passion, talents and abilities with the world. It can also turn into a career, if you want it to, or just be a hobby and a way to connect with like-minded people.

If you’ve ever wanted to do this but haven’t been sure how my blog coaching sessions can help. I’m able to share the knowledge and insight I’ve gained from establishing and building my blog over the last four years. If there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s that anything in life is possible, so don’t let doubts or fears hold you back from doing something you really want to achieve.

Each coaching session is planned and structured to give you the information you need to start and develop your own blog, from choosing a site name right through to turning a blog into a source of income. Sessions are also informed by your needs and will be led by questions and information you need, not just what I think you need.

Coaching sessions are a positive, collaborative environment aimed at supporting creativity and passion.

Blog Coaching Session with Phoebe

A one-on-one session to give you the advice, support and information you need to develop your blog and have the courage to be creative. Each session can cover: 

  • how to start your own blog; choosing a name, platform and theme
  • understanding how to use social media properly
  • overcoming bloggers block and finding inspiration again
  • earning an income from your blog
  • deciding what to write about and finding your niche
  • growing your readership and becoming part of the blogging community
  • post frequency and quality of content
  • understanding your strengths and using them to your advantage
  • intuitive tips for finding what you love and feeling empowered to move forward

1-Hour (one-on-one) Blog Coaching Session.

Each session is held via Zoom or Skype. Sessions are available at negotiated times. Email [email protected] to book a date and time, then come back to purchase via PayPal. Alternatively, you can purchase via PayPal then email to book a date and time. You can also purchase a session as a gift for a friend or loved one. 


A session with Phoebe was the shot of inspiration I needed to seriously begin thinking about starting a new blog. Not only does Phoebe have a great deal of knowledge and ideas to share, but she’s also a fantastic sounding board to help confirm things I discovered or researched elsewhere, and to really help focus my own thinking on how and why to start blogging. There’s no better teacher than someone who has been there before and learned how to do things the hard way. Highly recommended.’

Chris R. 

I had so many questions beforehand and was so lost with my blogging; I had thought about giving it away many times. Phoebe really inspired me to carry on. Her practical advice was useful and she gave me a lot of things to think about. She helped me to see what questions to ask myself and, when I said I wasn’t sure what I was doing with my blog or where it would go, she provided real inspiration for me that I could lead the life I want doing something I love.

Jane S.

We were struggling with motivation, clarity and direction. We really felt Phoebe was a breath of fresh air in terms of genuine, honest and constructive feedback. We were able to connect with Phoebe immediately, which meant the conversation quickly flourished and the main issues troubling us were met head-on in a very short timeframe. Honestly, if we could, we’d do this weekly. An hour-and-a-half has passed since we ended our session and we haven’t stopped talking blog since it finished.

Bonnie O.

In one session she gave me all the information I needed to focus on to start my blog. I was inspired.

Jules B.

I left the session with much-needed inspiration and critique on how to build on my blog. Phoebe is a great coach, with real-world knowledge and is able to provide in-depth critique on how to manage your site.

Morgan C.

I had been blogging for a couple of years and had hit ‘bloggers block’. Blogging was no longer fun and I was beginning to stress myself out which was ironic as the whole reason I started to blog in the first place was to relieve my stress. I really took a lot out of Phoebe’s coaching session from simple hints and tips to full-blown light bulb moments.

Charmaine R.