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For the last couple of months I’ve been reading several apologies from bloggers who didn’t have the time to write a post everyday… It is a very common thing, i have noticed, but I would like with this post to send a message to all my fellow bloggers that feel the stress and the pressure to publish once daily and if they don’t, they think they’re failing in some way… not at all!
My point is, although there are very gifted people that have the capability, energy and wit to write very insightful posts on a daily basis, such people as Susanna Lau from Style Bubble or Diane Pernet from A Shaded View on Fashion, this is not the norm. It is an extra-ordinary thing that can’t make you feel bad, stressed or inferior if your pace needs to be slower.
Leisurely rhythm gives you perspective to think an idea over and to develop your own creativity.
It’s important to digest a thought instead of just giving it away half digested. Big thinkers take time to process and develop and idea, and even the fashion blogger Queen par excelance, Cathy Horyn, doesn’t give away a daily post… she takes her own time to write and to think what she wants to say, so don’t feel bad.
Fast food is unhealthy for a reason…
I personally like, and love for this matter, fashion bloggers that take their time to live before talking about it in their blogs. I like bloggers who experience and “cook” an idea or an opinion before bringing it to their blog. I like bloggers whose real life goes before their virtual one because the latter can lead you to copy-and-paste other people’s ideas; you need time to live your own feelings and experiences before hand.
This is the reason why i find amusing and inspiring to wait for new posts on blogs like Suzanna Mars’ Style Sauvage, Mike Huynh’s Cultures in Between or Search & Destroy because I know that while i wait, they’re living and thinking of great things to tell me a bit later…
Good magazines, the good ones I mean, like self service, purple, the purple journal or fantastic man, are quaterly or biannual; only crap magazines are weekly, and some monthly. It might be a reason for that. Information needs to be processed before being exposed.
So next time you’ve been absent from your blog for days or even weeks, don’t apologize; we know you’re living.
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