I love questions. I really do. It can be questions of any kind, I just like them because they provide me with information. But when questions get out of hand, they just annoy me.
People ask me why I do certain things. If you haven't noticed, my subtitle for my blog is "An unusual perspective on life". Why? You may ask. Well...
I wanted to start a blog because everyone else had one. But I've always been strictly against mainstream trends and suddenly, I was a part of the stream. I knew I wanted a blog because I like expressing myself in various ways and a blog was the perfect solution! But I have an urge to be different. Yep I'm one of those. But bare with me, okay. What is the point of doing the same things that others do? When I created my blog a lot of people had lifestyle blogs. They post about their favourite looks and what they did a certain day. I like reading a few of those, if they are interesting enough. Don't just have a blog to have a blog. If you have a lifestyle blog where you talk about your day, make it interesting. My life is sometimes so incredibly boring that if I would write a blog about it, I would have -200 followers or zombies as an audience. There would be no point of writing a blog post about a chill Sunday when my "chill day" consist of me sleeping, eating and watching Netflix. Nobody wants to read a long segment on how you did all of that.
I can accomplish my urge to be different by not doing what others do. I never post selfies on my Instagram because so many others do that (And because I can't take good selfies). I don't want to post something about my favourite outfit because it's not my thing. I do want to post stuff like perspective, thoughts and fun little stories. I want to have a point in what I type, I want it to affect someone.
At this point some of you may think that I'm just a kid and I don't know anything about life or that I don't have any experience in anything so how could I affect anyone? And my answer is: Just let me try okay? Give me a chance and you may be surprised.
Look, an unusual perspective ;D