I really related to this! I have always seemed to be a good source of information for my friends. Even if I don’t have an answer, depending on the topic, I will find out whatever you need to know 😜. Since I have embraced my natural hair, in the past 5 years I have accumulated tons of valuable info, websites, products and tips & tricks. Why not share?? I only consider myself an expert on my own hair, but I have put in the time (plus trial and error, the worst part). Not to mention, hair is not the only thing I am well at or enthusiastic about.
My mission is bigger than writing and this is just the start. Even though the word ‘blogger’ is the technical term for a person writing posts and publishing them, I don’t FEEL like a “blogger”. Does that make sense?
With all that said, I’m more of the go-to friend versus a blogger. #iamnotablogger
Thanks to The Royal Coil, I found some inspiration today 🙂
I’m not a blogger. Although I have tried so hard to be one. I have tried to consistently come up with reasons why readers should visit my blog – reasons that fit into neat little lists that make supposedly attention-grabbing headline. But nah. I haven’t been able to do it. I can’t seem to find the consistency for it. I haven’t been able to find the rhythm to my writing in the past year. I write out of passion or at least interest or humor. It feels impossible to blog when I feel like I have to. And when you’re a blogger (that writes posts), you have to.
I’m not a blogger. I don’t have good fashion pics, and I don’t have artistically photographed images of my perfectly decorated desks with accessories from Ross and Home Goods and Kate Spade and whatnot. (Not to say that I wouldn’t want one…
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