Spotlight Saturday – Liz from Home with the Hummingbirds

Hello! I hope you’re having a beautiful day. ❤ I have had so much fun getting to better know all of the bloggers I’ve interviewed over the past few years. I hope you enjoy reading these posts as much as I enjoy creating them!

My words are in italics, and hers are in bold.


Spotlight Saturday #24

Hey guys! For this Spotlight Saturday interview, I’m happy to get to chat with a blogger I’ve known for quite a while now. She has a beautiful blog, and its name has a very cute bird in it: hummingbirds! Today, I’ll be interviewing Liz from Home with the Hummingbirds!

Good morning! As Maggie said before, I’m Liz and I blog at Home with the Hummingbirds. To be completely honest with you, I’ve never done anything quite like this before, but I’m excited!! 😁

Thank you for being here with us! My first questions for you are: what are some of your favorite things to do, and do you enjoy blogging about those things?

I love reading, writing, photography, playing piano, and going on adventures with my family. I also love learning all different kinds of things… more about God, school, and random facts. I don’t blog about learning or piano as much, though I do write bookish posts, share my photography and writing snippets, as well as include my experiences into all kinds of posts! 😀

That’s awesome! Ooh I also love playing the piano, but it’s been a while since I practiced. 😂 My next question for you is when did you decide to start your blog?

Aw! 😂 I first became interested in blogging early in the summer of 2017, but it took awhile for me to get the courage to ask my dad and set up my blog. 😆 I can’t believe it’s been nearly two years!!

That’s cool! I started my blog a bit earlier in 2017 😄 So, if someone was new to your blog, what are the top three posts you’d recommend that they read first?

Oh, cool!! 😁 That question was actually kind of hard for me. 😆 I had to get on my blog and look back through a bunch of old posts, but it was fun! 😛 Anyways, I’d say that they should read both of my Q&A posts… then they’ll probably know me better. 😉 After that, I recommend they read some of my fun bookish or writing posts. I looked through a bunch of those and found combination! It’s a short story I wrote for a writing contest about books and libraries. It was entertaining to read, although it could have been wrote better. Also it needs a title. 😆

Q&A’s are a lot of fun (and very informative)! I’ll definitely come by and read that short story for myself, as well. Here’s my next question: what is your best advice for someone who has just started blogging?

I hope you like it! 😉 My advice would be to read other blogs. Find bloggers like you. Find bloggers different from you. Learn from them! Even though I’ve been blogging for almost two years, I feel like I still have so much to learn and reading and making friends with other bloggers definitely helps with that. (At least it helps me. 😆)

That’s awesome advice, Liz! Community is definitely a huge part of blogging for me, as well. 😊💕 Thank you for doing this interview with me! I enjoyed reading all of your answers. Is there anything else you’d like to say before we go?

Thanks so much for asking me to do this, Maggie!! It was tons of fun! 😄 See you guys later! *makes dramatic exit*

Liz and I would love it if you could stop by her blog! ❤
She has been such a fun blogger to get to know.

10 replies on “Spotlight Saturday – Liz from Home with the Hummingbirds”

I love the name of your blog, Liz! And I really enjoy reading blog posts on books so I’ll be sure to come by and check out your site. 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Maggie!

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