Nå er det lenge siden sist. Jeg har kommet hjem fra Riga, og har begynt å jobbe igjen. Litt hardt var det, men det er godt å tjene inn brukte penger! For noen dager siden ble det lansert en sunn fornuft plakat med råd til bloggere. Fikk først høre om dette når jeg så på en av videoene til Grimcorn, og tenkte at dette burde nå ut til flere. Formålet til plakaten er å bevisstgjøre bloggernes påvirkningskraft, og forhindre utvikling av spiseforstyrrelser. En god sak 💙
Guidelines for bloggers in Norway:
1. Avoid sharing how much you weigh, your BMI, how many calories you eat, and body measurements. Remember you got young readers/viewers who are comparing themselves to you.
2. Avoid being too definite when you write about negative or positive sides of food or a lifestyle. Remember you're talking from your own experiences and you're not qualified. What is good for you is not necessarily good for others.
3. Photoshop can be used to ajust light and colors, but avoid editing your body size or shape.
4. Feel free to share food- and exercise inspiration, but remember to point out who it's meant for, not everyone runs at the same speed, weigh the same or don't need to change anything about their activity. Remember you don't have any control on who reads what you are posting online. Even though you got a target group of readers/viewers you also got younger, older, healthier and sicker people viewing your content.
5. Rather focus on the enjoyment of exercise instead of how far and fast you run. Remember you don't need to update everytime you exercise. If you are posting a workout schedule, remember to say who it's for and who shouldn't be following it.
6. When you are writing about food, feel free to post photos of making the food and the whole meal, but be cautious if you post your portion size, especially if it's a small portion. Tell them if you served yourself more times.
7. Feel free to write about clothing, but avoid sharing your clothing sizes. Remember your viewers/readers don't know you in real life, and are only guessing if your bodies are similar or not. If you get questions on a size, answer rather if the piece of clothing feels smaller or bigger than normal sizes.
8. Be cautious of the total amount of photos you post where your body is in focus. Body in a bikini is natural on a beach, but be cautious in other situations. Feel free to show what's happening behind the scenes and post realistic photos of yourself.
9. Be cautious when you share information about your own cosmetic surgeries.
10. If you get contacted by readers/viewers who are feeling ill or going through a tough time, redirect them to qualified people.
// Hente fra Grimcorn
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