Blogging has been a constant focus of this semester for me… primarily because I’ve started this blog and have really worked at making it my own, and making it something I can be proud of.
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So, as you may or may not know, this blog was partially an “assignment” for my Social Media in Public Relations class. However, I don’t view it as much as an “assignment,” but rather a challenge. I’ve always been interested in blogging, but I’ve never quite figured out how to fit it in my life. Or how to blog about something that people, other than my close friends & family, actually care to read on a regular basis. Or — bum bum bum! — how to pick a solid topic.
If you know me relatively well, or even have just known me for a short time, you also may or may not know that I am TERRIBLE with decisions. It’s a problem. With that, comes the difficulty of deciding on a cohesive and copacetic topic for this (what I hope to be) very lovely blog of mine. And yes, this deciding of a topic was an “assignment…”
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There always comes that time for the first post. There’s always that struggle of oh, what do I say? Do I say, “WOO FIRST POST,” and leave it at that, or do I post something thoughtful and awesome that shows how much of a creative and deep-thinker I am? Do I post something about myself? Do I post something random, or something that will be similar to what the posts to come will be like? Well, I have no idea what to post, either. It’s best to use the band-aid method, though, and just get-it-over-with!
And, honestly, I’m not sure if I’d be able to post anything like what other posts will be like. Because, honestly, I’m not sure what they’ll be like. They will, most likely, incorporate that of news, pop culture, the entertainment industry, the music industry, photography, travel, social media, interesting and thought-provoking subjects, and everything in between. I simply cannot promise you one thing, because I can only promise you everything.