Interview with self help and lifestyle Indiana blogger Nathaniel Guyer – BlogBarge

Hello Nathaniel Guyer! Thank you for joining us. Can you tell our readers about yourself and your blog?
Yes, I’m 30 years old. From Fort Wayne Indiana, I’ve been writing for years now, mostly short stories and children’s books. I’ve always wanted to become a blogger, and as of recently have I started my blog; BlogBarge. Helping readers with things ranging from mental health to how to start a business.

Describe how you first started blogging?
I decided to switch from my typical short stories and books. Because, I decided I wanted to help people who were struggling with the same things I do! Which is where I get most of my inspiration. Being able to help at least one person with my blogs. I feel is a job done.

What type of networking do you think is better to enhance your traffic to the blog?
I feel guest posting as well as networking with fellow bloggers is by far the best way to enhance traffic! Guest posting being number 1. Being that guest writers will promote their own articles to your site, in order to have their personal blog seen will greatly enhance traffic.

What would be your ideal working environment?
I would definitely say somewhere in nature, with my favorite music playing low in the background. If it’s winter time, I love writing in a dark room with low light and no noise.

What is your greatest achievement outside of blogging?
Easiest question, by far would say being a father. My kids saved me from a dark place when I was younger. Nothing makes me happier than being a great father to my children. Knowing I can support them and love them as they need.

What do you do in your spare time?
I love doing any sort of advocating with the environment! Being in nature, spending time with my family and anything entrepreneur related.

Is blogging your profession or just a hobby?
Right now, it is just a hobby. I have been writing for a long time. But, blogging I’ve only just recently started doing. Making it a profession is definitely a long term goal.

Where can readers find your blogs?
I have a blog site, that can be found at
Can also follow on my Instagram @BlogBarge