I’m a newbie blogger, a virgin.

I’ve read blogs, but to be perfectly honest, I haven’t read that many. And I haven’t subscribed to any. I wish I could quote funny anecdotes by genius bloggers, but no, I’ve never followed.

That’s not to say I haven’t read them and become interested, touched, and inspired, it’s just always been a ‘once in a while’ thing.

But I like blogs. I feel blogs. I like that they’re unedited, real, and only read if people are sucked in, intrigued, and stimulated.

It means you, the blogger, can be yourself (if you don’t start thinking too hard about the fame you could achieve if you created a following of millions), and just talk, write, say, do, whatever the fuck you want. Isn’t that what’s missing from today’s real world? Turn on the tv, flip the page in a magazine, and you’ve pushed away the human side of things, the humor, the sarcasm, the compassion, the love, replaced by fashion, business, stardom, and bullshit. A blog is one person’s view of the world, and that’s what makes it so unique, so quaint, and so damn refreshing.

2 thoughts on “The Virgin Blogger

  1. Hi! I’m absolutely loving your blog. You have great pictures and interesting stories and info, and Denmark is now on my bucket list. I know others would be interested in your posts, too. One way to give them better access to your blog is by making your categories less specific. Labeling them Life, Travel, Photography, and Food will put your blog on more WP pages, and then more people can see your work. You put a lot of effort into your posts, so your work should be rewarded (in my humble opinion).

    1. Hey! I’m sorry for the late reply, I’ve been out tasting and travelling in Southeast Asia and hence have been nowhere near a computer for almost a month. I want to thank you for taking the time to write down suggestions to how I could get more readers / followers, I really really appreciate it!! Thanks so much, Ill have a new post or two up very soon (look forward to an entry about the various chips of Thailand πŸ˜‰ ). Maria

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