Sunday, 16 September 2018

A LITTLE CATCH UP + BLOGGER AUTHENTICITY CHAT

Hello, I cannot describe to you how good it feels to be back on my little space talking to you all again. If you're a content creator yourself then you'll sure know how I've been feeling and if not then expect it to come soon but I've learned to let it happen, I would never want to force content or feel like I'm only doing it because I have to and not because I want to. Just a little update for you as I haven't spoken to you in a while but my birthday was earlier on in the month and I had the nicest day with my Mum, we went for drinks at The Alchemist (which served the best cocktails ever!) they had two menus and one of the menus were called Theatrical, the cocktails did different things such as light up and let loads of smoke out which were really cool and then we went for a meal at Bodega which is a really place where they serve Mexican food in Birmingham (we ordered far too much but there was so many things we wanted to try!) and I'm now 21 - crazy.
During my time off from the internet I've had a little think and I've always wanted this platform to be somewhere I write about things that I want to write about but lately, and I'm going to be honest.. I haven't felt like this and it sucks. It sucks that the creator community has changed massively. People are doing things for the wrong reasons and people are doing everything they can just for views and it's a nasty place to be sometimes - obviously not everyone but I've saw so much online lately about 'shading' people and that's not what it should be about. I can only talk on my half when I say that I started this because I love it and I still love it but I'm not going to go through desperate measures, such as being horrible to someone just for the sake of some views because my authenticity is way more important to me.

This is just a little reminder and something that I felt like I really wanted to mention on this platform and already whilst writing this, I can feel a huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I'm going to continue doing what I'm doing and even if I got zero views, at least I still have my pride.

Also, if you are a content creator.. Keep your authenticity and don't feel like you have to knock people just for a pay check at the end of the month. Yes, the online community is changing a lot but be real to yourself and your audience because essentially they have got you where you are today and they deserve more than you just being horrible to someone so you can live your life. The people that watch or read your content should be enjoying your content because they're watching you and not a show for money.

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