Blogging is just like Project Runway; you can be in one day and out the next. You don’t get along with everyone in the room, some people are fake and some people are genuine. You find that some people have talent and others don’t and you find that some people take what you did and made it 100 percent better.
(picture snagged at TV Talk, pbpulse.com)
It’s hard to say what makes one blog better over another one. Some people work really hard at it and to others it just comes naturally. There are all kinds of categories for bloggers. They range from parenting to tech, fashion to food, and political to satire.
Bloggers are judged by professionals, stars and their peers. I bet Michael Kors himself has read an occasional blog. I would say that other bloggers are harder on bloggers than anyone else and with everything you are your own worst judge. We judge ourselves and feel that we must be failures because our stats aren’t high enough, or the Google machine won’t raise our page rank. I know I need to stop looking at my stats three or four times a day because ultimately it’s just a waste of time.
It’s a stressful, wonderful world where we all compete and write side by side.
I plan to be here for a long time, famous or not. But for now I leave you in the words of Heidi Klum.