You've always been able to make friends easily and you authentically care about people. You have no problem sharing your personal stories, struggles and experiences when it comes to your blog, family and/or business and that makes it easy for people to feel connected to you.
WHY it matters to your business and/or blog: Since you often write in a casual and personal way and/or conduct business in this way too, it will be important for you to remember to include some kind of lesson or "takeaway" into your blog posts and/or business.
In this way, your readers or clients will come away feeling like your post or services benefited them in a long-lasting way. In turn, they'll build a strong bond and trust with you and your brand and they will keep coming back for more.
When it comes to the 'gram, you don't spend countless hours trying to perfect the color scheme of your feed, the flow of the photos and you definitely don't have time to curate the perfect flatlays. Let's face it: ain't nobody got time for that with kiddos running around and having to do all the things all the time.
Instead, you pride yourself in sharing the real, #unfiltered moments of your life--the good, the bad and the adorable.
Life on your feed is the real deal and your followers love you for that. Your hair is rarely perfectly coiffed, your kids may have food all over their faces and your life is simply not insta-perfect. But at the end of the day, your photos are the most organic and when it comes to documenting all the chaos and living to tell the tale, you've got this.
WHY it matters to your Business and/or Blog: Since your natural inclination is to share real snapshots of your life, it's important for you to continue to infuse as much of "you" in your posts and/or your business as you can. Your captions can showcase your personality as well as your own experiences, stories and struggles when it comes to surviving mom life. Your followers will see themselves in you and you will create an especially strong bond with them if you continue to be yourself.