If you’ve been with me since the beginning, you’ll know I used to be crap at keeping a blog. But for the past few months I’ve really been getting sucked into this cyberworld, and now I can’t really imagine my life without. I’m constantly seeing things in my everyday life that make me think ‘I should really blog about that’.

Here’s my problem: I kind of feel like my blog is getting boring. I seem to have a pretty regular schedule of posts (Quirky Crafts challenge, reading suggestions, book review and art journal friday) and I feel like I need to mix it up a bit…

I’ve had a few ideas… I could share some of my (slightly eccentric) recipes, some of my sources of arty inspiration, more about me as a person, maybe start posting some of the art I did when I was still too scared to put it online. What do you think? Are there things you’re getting bored of? Are there things that you love? Be honest. Be brutal.

D x


4 thoughts on “Blogging

  1. I used to keep separate blogs for different aspects of my life thinking that my sewing friends wouldn’t want to read about my kids, say. But have found that I have a lot more readers of my current blog, which is just about whatever I’m thinking about or interested in. So, I think you should just blog about whatever the hell you like. It makes for a more authentic voice. And it’s less of a drag. So whether that be recipes, or art, or personal stuff – if it fires you up, then you will write interesting stuff, and people will listen/read.
    That’s what I think. But for the record, I don’t think your blog was getting boring anyway 😉

    • Thanks, that’s sweet. Sometimes I just wonder why anyone would want to read any of this stuff… I think you’re right about combining different interests in your blog… it definitely makes for more interesting reading!

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