I can't help and look at Facebook and be a bit jealous of my friends in Boston. That looks damn nice, folks! I could use some of that sunshine.
I am at work and desperately waiting for my birthday gift to myself to arrive. That would make the day less dull. Or extremely dull if it doesn't fit, which is a pretty high chance. One has to take risks and ensure there is a good return policy, possums.
I mean, it apparently ships from the London area, why the hell hasn't it arrived when I bought it on Friday. The tracking number isn't helpful either, because it's not tracking... "Please come back later" is not telling me what I want to hear.
Dum du dum da.
Some of the fellow bloggers I read get to review such cool stuff. How do you get to do that? Oh wait, you need a ton of readers and that takes time to built. I get it, I get it. I read a post the other day on a different blog about how to built a successful brand. One "Advice" was to really know what your blog is about. So really narrow in on a topic or area.....and then I thought to myself that that is simply not me. I can't just limit my blog to blogging about fashion, or body image or travel or what not. That's too one-dimensional and I do admire people that do it, but the people I enjoy reading the most have variety in their posts and you feel you get to know them a little, not just their wardrobe.
So. While I would really like to do some fun stuff with blogging, my biggest goal would be to get some new readers and get people to comment. :) It will take time. My very first blog, Fabulously Out There, did have a ton of readers, but that was in the trailblazing years of early blogging.
I digress. At the end of the day I blog because it is an o