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Backstage Pass with Audrey Canady

Blogging is not easy.  There are so many people out there ready to give advice.  On the other hand, there are very few people out there giving advice who have been able to stand the test of time.  Well, that just is not the case when it comes to Audrey! 

The fabulous Audrey Canady has been blogging since the days of MySpace.  Formerly known as Miss Moon of Miss Moon’s Musings, she has been going strong since 2009.  Being born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Audrey had plenty of inspirations.

After checking out Audrey Can, which has been going strong since 2014, you will notice she writes about various topics!  She enjoys writing about so many things, including her beautiful natural hair, but it is so hard for her to pick a favorite subject.  She compares her blog to gumbo; her topics are the perfect ingredients and the blogs themselves give you a perfect blend of everything she has to offer.  Want to talk about fashion?  Go to Audrey!  Are you interested in life in general?  Audrey has a post for you.  Trying to figure out what you should be listening to?  Audrey’s blog is the place to go!


 
Want to know an interesting fact?  Audrey loves Bollywood!  If you are not sure of what Bollywood is, it is the Hindi language film industry based in Mumbai, India.  Growing up, she used to love watching a show solely dedicated to playing musical numbers from Bollywood films.  It was the music that drew her to these films and she has been a fan since her childhood!
 
Although she has various interests, Audrey is also firm about doing one thing – Thursday Affirmations!  Every Thursday, she aims to spread positivity via her social networks by sharing positive and transformative affirmations all day long.  She thinks it is so important to spread positivity into the lives of others and she uses her platform to do so.

If you are a blogger, here is one thing Audrey wants you to know – you are enough!  The words you put on your paper or screen is enough!  Blog because you love to write and because you believe in what you do.  When following those rules, you cannot go wrong.     

Want to show Audrey some love?  Click here to follow this fabulous lady on Twitter! 

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