It’s the time of the year in retrospect. Every cloud has a silver lining. At times you need to build a door for an opportunity to knock. Wrapping up twenty fifteen, I scrolled through my blog and it was clearly seen that I am at most, out of date or probably missing in action (guilty as charged) almost the whole year, yet before twenty fifteen ends, I stepped up my game and had my own site. I definitely know it wouldn’t be plain sailing. Not when you are catching 22 with higher priorities which means getting a degree with fresher commitments a.k.a org duties (now that sounds a little complicated).
Kicking off a queston; What do you actually get from posting in the blog sphere when it’s just a piece of space in a small box called “the internet”? Advertisements, sponsorship, you get to collaborate with some of your favorite brands? yes! you may do so, but doesn’t happens overnight. That happens when you invest your dedication and passion just like in any other art-related scheme. Just for a penny of your thoughts, being in the blog sphere does not work by keeping up with the Joneses or in layman’s terms, having a social achievement just because today, everyone’s jumping on the bandwagon and it’s on trend. It’s more than the hashtags and ootds and glamour pieces each may achieve. No, it doesn’t work that way. I think some people missed that point out. For the past years, I was in tumblr, moved to wordpress and now switched to my own domain, I’ve come to terms with the fact that the blog sphere serves to be a door for opportunities. An opportunity to put your mood and feelings into words called “blogging”. An opportunity to meet people with the same interests and binge-ing to spread the craft and positivity. An opportunity to make people read (not everyone loves reading), affect change and inspire. These are just plain examples that not everything are about the prestige.
As twenty sixteen’s fast approaching I am spilling some of the NY resolutions in relation to Street Session (it’s this blog in case you don’t know :)). For this, has always been my stress reliever and a container for my creative juices. I would at most, try my very best to keep everything up to date. After all, writing is fun (weather someone’s reading it or not) you get to know what you know and you don’t. And as I’ve maintained it with the style blog section, I prefer to have a style statement that does not cost an arm and a leg. You see, the style doesn’t need to be too costly to be high-fashion. It will be better if everything will be kept real (oh come on not everything in media is real but let’s still be) and simple. Oh, and in case you are still reading this, I can’t thank you enough! It’s almost new year’s eve and you still got time to read this? Oh stop giving me butterflies. That’s surreal. Thank you and I hope you had a good year and I am sure you are “going” to have a good year!