Since the New Year’s Resolution Fever is not over yet, I still see a lot of posts regarding blogging goals, what they want to do, what they want to achieve this year and so on and so forth.
For me, my only goal is to post daily. That’s it. Really.
Professional Bloggers often give advises such as know your niche market, content and consistency is important and of course, focus on your what your blog is all about. Travel, Foodie, Photography, DIYs, Poetry and a lot of other things to blog about but its always good to choose one main topic and work your way around it. And this is how you’ll get solid audience. Readers with same interests as you.
And that’s my problem. I’m so random. I don’t have just one thing or idea or topic to blog about.
My blog isn’t literally broken. Its just that the ideas or posts or topics are so random that they don’t fit each other. Just like shattered glasses on the floor. They all came from one huge glass but the small pieces won’t fit with each other anymore to make that glass whole again.
Every blogger has a reason as to why they write. As for me, when I started this blog, I had no clue what to write. I’m not a writer anyway. A bad essayist. Funnily enough, I kept on writing. And I keep on writing because I want to. I write what I want and however I want. And that’s why this blog is broken.
Broken because it is full of different thoughts and ideas that doesn’t seek anyone’s approval, that doesn’t seek a niche market. Broken because it is not limited to one thing but extends to different horizons. Broken because it resonates thousands of different thoughts and feelings.
Surely every blogger would want to have high volume of visitors or followers or audience, however you may want to call them. Some would want to monetize their blogging, and some I don’t know what else would they want.
Of course, who wouldn’t want to reap some rewards? Well, good for them. As for me, all I want now is just to be broken. Beautifully broken.
So whatever I may write, I’ll just let it be. I’m random. I know. And maybe, it’s not a problem after all.
So, where do broken blogs go?
Day 8: Project 366 | Where do broken blogs go?