Fact: I don't like coffee. I just like saying Coffee Clutch in my best and deepest New York accent. Considering I'm a New Yorker, I'm pretty freaking good at it. So I've got my tea and I hope you have your heated beverage of choice, because it's time to gab the day away.
Guys. I am tired. Seriously. SO EXHAUSTED. My blog is SO DEMANDING. It's all:
And I'm like:
|Justin Guarini Hair Guy was totes a choreographer on early SYTYCD|
I even have a set schedule. I know what I'm going to post every day (and I do post every day). And sometimes, if I'm really industrious, I can schedule a couple of posts in advance (I think my record is 5 or 6. I don't know how people manage to have a whole month done in advance, but basically I want to be you).
But is posting every day really necessary? I do it because I'm a newbie and I feel like my blog NEEDS the content. But when is enough content, enough content? When can I slow down?
Furthermore, features are fun, but are they really CONTENT? I feel like the ones I do are informative on both the "getting to know me" front AND the "here are the books I love/want" front, but are they really worth it?
|This is how I feel sometimes when it comes to blog content|
Now I know these are all very personal, individual questions and even though I'm TIREDTOWN and FEATURECONFUSED, I probably won't stop doing what I'm doing any time soon. My blog is, at its foundation, FOR ME, but I also like having followers and such (validation, I suppose), so I'll probably keep plugging away for a bit. I just feel like getting a glimpse into how other bloggers make their blogs so phenomenally stunning might help me in the future, y'know?
So if you guys don't mind, I'd like to use this week's discussion post to poll the audience: How many times a week do you post and why? How many features do you do? Which ones and why? Let me know in the comments below! Who knows? Something YOU say could help me shape the future of my blog!