That subtitle sounds a little snotty, eh? Not trying to, I promise. I just recently noticed, today actually, how much I haven’t been using my blog. I am missing it, actually. I didn’t realize how much until I received a message about renewing my personal subscription.
I had the battle a battle going on in my head. It pretty much when like Kronk and his angel and devil.
Renew or Don’t Renew.
As you can tell, I’ve renewed it again. Which I believe is a good thing.
For a while this blog was all about:
- Taking my videos and writing a blog post on them.
- Taking pictures and reviewing other’s subscription boxes.
- Posting one chapter a week of my WIP.
- Posting my Cozy Escape Newsletter monthly.
I never really thought about what I wanted my blog site to be about. I have almost 200 people following my blog. But why do you follow it? Honestly, I’m asking. Why did you click the follow button?
Did you click it because you love my Cozy Mystery material? Because I reviewed boxes? Because you were going through all of the new posts on WordPress and you clicked follow on a following spree?! I totally get it. I do that too!
What I am really getting at is what would you, as the follower like to see more of? I don’t get a lot of comments, likes, or much traffic on this site.
- Is it not user friendly enough?
- Would you like to see the page more streamlined?
- What content do you come here for?
- Why do you follow blogs?
Please let me know in the comments below or even message me. I think I am going to redesign this blog again and see if it works more in my favor.
What I’m thinking…
I’m thinking that this is going to be a place where I dive deeper into my reading, my life, and what I’m thinking about the world. No more reviewing other’s subscription boxes. No more restating really what I’ve already done in my videos on my booktube channel, but diving deeper where I can’t on my channel.
I want this blog to be a place where I feel as though I am giving myself some self care. Where I don’t feel stressed about what I say. Where I can go into more depth in my thoughts of things going on around me, in my reading, and in my life.
Until next time,